It is important for anyone undertaking this program of prevention to maintain a constructive point of view. These problems are predominantly physical and external in origin, yet to the extent that psychological factors come into play, it is important to maintain a positive attitude. The necessary changes in lifestyle should be made of one’s own [...]

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Plastic has become increasingly common, one might say all-pervasive, since the end of World War Two. The chemically susceptible person, however, should try to avoid unnecessary exposure to plastics wherever possible. The sources of plastics are explored in Chapter 6. As a simple preventive measure, one should go through one’s house and make all obvious [...]

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The term brain-fag is unfamiliar to most readers. Brain-fag refers to a particular aspect of the environmental disease problem and in fact characterizes the very serious minus-three level. Brain-fag is marked by confused thinking, moodiness, unexplained sadness, and apathy. Frequently, the individual with this phase of the problem cannot concentrate and may find it difficult [...]

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