Me again I do miss my perfume and deodorant any tips on how to smell nice. Other than soap and water....
So, having just looked, I am surprised that fragrances are not mentioned as triggers on the Asthma Uk website. My cousin's wife can be severe...
SLEEP, WELL MORE LIKE LACK OF
No matter what i have tried, perscribed, herbal over counter, sleep tea, LUSH sleep lotion which costs a bomb, candles, soft music, black out...
Recommendations for natural products
Hi, I'm trying to reduce my exposure to toxic products/endocrine disrupters so have stopped using plastic bottles, added a filter to my showe...
Perfumes & cleaning products
Good afternoon everyone, I am a diagnosed sufferer of PBC & I am beginning to get vibes from things I have read on this site & read on the in...
Chemicals in beauty products affecting hormones
I really don't want to scare people with this post, but... My colleague informed me about an app called ' think dirty ' basically it's an app...
Asthma friendly room fresheners?
Hi, my wife likes to use a room fragrance but I find that sprays and plug ins exacerbate my asthma....
Just Come across This - perfumes and photosensitive skins
Quite interesting. I don't bother with perfume any more, but this site often have offers on skincreams for those prone prone to rosacea....
Reactions to ??????? Anyone else ?
More and more I am having reactions to various things from metals to food, perfumes etc. I understand why, but Monday I had eaten things all ...
Changes in sense of smell
Hello all. Just wanted to see whether other people with lung conditions have experienced changes in their sense of smell as their lung issues...
Allergic to essential oils and fragrances.
The hardest thing to find is a conditioner that works for my coarse, dry, color-treated hair. Any recommendations?...
The Depression That Goes Along With Asthma
Every person with asthma has their good days and their bad days. Often enough my bad days are my worst days, I grow tired of struggling to br...
Eye and facial problems - CLL or something else?
I also got another check with my CLL specialist and my blood results are stable....
Hello all, I am fairly new here, building up courage to talk about this. Two months in from diagnosis, I have returned to work....
Advice from healthy person with PA
I joined this group months ago to see if I might learn anything in addition to what I spent years figuring out. From what I've seen many of y...
Since my first experience ever of ending up in hospital for some days with an asthma attack 15 months ago, I have been really in good form. T...
Breathing problems and family issues
Hi, I'm 34 and have had endo symptoms since I was 19, I was diagnosed with stage one endo in the pelvic region via laparoscopy when I was 25,...
Hello, just out of curiosity I wondered what beauty products everyone is using or has used during treatment. I know I have to use fragrance f...
When Migraines are not Migraines but Epilepsy
My Neurologist seems to think that I may have a form of Epilepsy which is hard to pinpoint since there are so many kinds of Epilepsy. I am st...
Little things for a an uplift
Hi everyone. Thought I would share a couple of things I'm enjoying lately....
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