Toxins in Every Day Household Products Anne Steinemann PhD. Radio Host, Lynn Argent of Living in a Chemical Soup.
“Fragranced consumer products seem to be a major source of problems and adverse affects… So, I wondered what was in all of these products, causing all of these adverse health affects. The health affects people have told me about were such things as headaches, breathing difficulties, dizziness, asthma attacks, seizures and even loss of consciousness. I’ve witnessed people lose consciousness and have seizures around exposures to things like air fresheners or dyer sheets” shares Dr. Steinemann.
Join her for a discussion about chemicals that create fragrances in everyday household and personal care products such as cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, fabric softener, dryer sheets, shampoo, soap, deodorant and more. A serious issue for those reporting adverse reactions (Environmental Illness, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Chemical Injury, Toxic Encephalopathy).
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