If you’ve found MCS-Aware then you’ve probably worked out that some of your symptoms are due to sensitivity reactions.
When I first developed Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), I started to react to all kinds of things: shampoo, perfumes, cleaning detergent, even plastic bags. I had no idea what was going on and no-one seemed able to help. I became increasingly ill and started to react to all foods, and even tap water. The electro-sensitivty came later – head pains, dizziness, palpitations and collapse when people around me used mobile phones or Wi-Fi. That’s when I started searching online and found there were other people suffering exactly the same symptoms. Back in 2005 there was no help or support for people with MCS in the UK, so out of frustration and anger I started the MCS-Aware support group. Thanks to our hard-working volunteers this has now become a registered charity.
If you’re struggling to live with sensitivities and intolerances then you’re in the right place. MCS-Aware aims to support you with information and education to make life easier so you can find out how to heal your immune and detoxification systems. Sign up for our free E-newsletter now and you’ll receive tips and strategies every 3 weeks. Don’t worry, we won’t pass any of your details to third parties. We will only use your email to send you the e-newsletter and relevant information, and you can unsubscribe at any time.
When you’re finally in touch with a community of people who are going through the same thing as you it can be really empowering. Now you’ve registered you can log in to our website forum to share stories and advice at any time. If you need more help then have a look at our magazine packed full of useful info to help you and published twice a year by email or post worldwide, .more here. As we’re funded by subscriptions and donations, you can rest assured that if you do subscribe to our support group or magazine you are also helping to keep the charity going!
I’m glad you found us. Have a look around the website and see how we can help you.
Nicki Greenham, founder MCS-Aware