Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome

Multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome includes a wide range of symptoms, which are link to their environment. It's also known as “environmental illness,” “sick building syndrome,” or “multiple chemical sensibility (MCS)”, “idiopathic environmental intolerance.”

The most common reported symptoms are: headache, fatigue, dizziness, nausea, congestion, itching, sneezing, sore throat, chest pain, changes in heart rhythm, breathing problems, muscle pain or stiffness, skin rash, diarrhea, bloating, gas, confusion, trouble concentrating, memory problems, and mood changes.


Possible triggers that set off people's symptoms vary a lot, too. They include tobacco smoke, auto exhaust, perfume, insecticide, new carpet, chlorine, and more.

A majority of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome patients experience allergic reactions to various substances. Sensitivities to mold, dust mites and grasses are common.

Patients also react to perfumes, scented products, cigarette smoke, household chemicals, car exhaust and diesel fumes, glues, inks and dyes.

Carmen Care Advanced Laser Therapy has created a comprehensive protocol for patients with MCS which includes Laser Energy Detoxification and photobiomodulation with significant clinical improvement.