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Therapy of MCS

The treatment of MCS is difficult and time-consuming, which is why some therapists have already thrown in the towel.

Avoid pollutants:

The most important thing for those affected is to avoid harmful substances. Nutritionally, natural organic foods without additives are important. Alcohol should be avoided, but the patients do this of their own accord because it is not well tolerated. The apartment should be set up to be low in pollutants. Floor coverings made of tiles and wall coverings made of natural materials or wallpaper with low-emission paint are best. I remember a patient who was also symptomatic on natural clay walls. It is advisable to renovate as little as possible and to choose low-emission furniture without formaldehyde and varnish. The surface may only be finished with a natural oil.

The choice of car also poses a problem. New cars have high emissions of plasticizers and other plastic substances. Therefore, a used car in which these substances are partially degraded is recommended. The patient with intolerance to clay walls told me on this subject that she had bought a used car in winter. When summer came with higher temperatures, higher emissions in the car were associated, which led to symptoms. So there is no panacea. Good ventilation in the car is only possible at higher temperatures. The emission of exhaust fumes, particulate matter, in city traffic or in traffic jams also puts a strain on patients.

 

Basically, a life in the country with less exposure to pollutants is to be preferred. However, masses of toxins are also released in industrial agriculture. There are some natural landscapes in Germany that are determined by forestry and animal husbandry. In principle, these areas are better suited for MCS patients, but there are also problems here, such as emissions from wood burning. In addition, not every MCS patient can simply choose his living space, because he is often tied to certain places due to family and work.

Toxic amalgam fillings should be removed by an experienced dentist with a good suction device. Nevertheless, increased mercury can be released and an effective chelation therapy is necessary to eliminate it.

Classic allopathic drugs should also be avoided. Unfortunately, this is often met with the ignorance of many doctors, who simply do not believe the patients when they report on their experiences with medication. As a naturopathic dentist once said at the naturopathic congress in Baden-Baden: "...and if the doctor is not capable enough to find the cause of the disease, then the patient has to be crazy!". The colleague speaks from my soul, because it is tragic that patients are labeled as mentally ill and have to go through a long ordeal until they finally come across a therapist who makes the right diagnosis. In MCS patients, this should take an average of 2 years.

 

Therapy using dietary supplements and medication:

In principle, therapy should not only focus on dietary supplements or medication, but on a fully-fledged organic diet.

Detoxification phase two can be supported by certain types of vegetables such as cress, broccoli, kohlrabi and Brussels sprouts. Curcumin from turmeric also provided good support.

Dietary supplements that can support the detoxification reactions are:

Glutathione, alpha lipoic acid, vitamins E, C, D, B2, B6, folic acid, coenzyme Q, omega-3 fatty acids, curcumin, selenium and the amino acids L-carnitine, glutamine, cysteine, glycine, taurine.

I have also had good experiences with chelation therapy, because here the basic load of heavy metals is reduced and this alone improves the detoxification mechanisms again. In addition, with the chelation therapy I have put together, the detoxification is also generally increased for non-metallic pollutants. A removal of any existing amalgam fillings is recommended in any case.       _cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

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