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This video looks at the seemly strange connection between carbon monoxide poisoning and a wide range of "symptoms", "effects",and "forces" that can [significantly] influence how a survivor feels, behaves, and functions.

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Carbon monoxide poisoning and its connection to

Carbon monoxide poisoning can affect many different areas of a survivors life. The ongoing effects of poisoning may be obvious but they can also be subtle and/or masked.

While the effects of poisoning may not always be clear they can still impact a survivors life.

This video looks at the seemly strange connection between poisoning and a wide range of "symptoms", "effects",and "forces" that can [significantly] influence how a survivor feels, behaves, and functions.

Carbon monoxide symptoms and effects such as:

  • memory problems
  • mental clarity / brain fog
  • fatigue / tiredness
  • concentration problems
  • depression / well being
  • blood sugar levels
  • food, chemical, and other sensory sensitivities

  • repetitive "sticky" thoughts
  • obsessive behavior
  • addiction
  • planning
  • organization
  • difficulty reading and/or writing

  • emotional intensity
  • mood stability
  • impulsivity / "blurt" factor
  • breathing and shortness of breath
  • ringing in the ears
  • candida/yeast/fungal infections
  • reduced tolerance to stress of all kinds
  • and others

"Forces" that can [significantly] affect how a survivor feels and functions after poisoning:

  • sleep
  • water/hydration
  • diet
  • supplementation
  • digestion

  • travel fatigue
  • mobile phones
  • electromagnetic fields
  • household and chemical exposure
  • exposure to toxins

  • physical stress
  • mental stress
  • relationship stress
  • career/work stress

 

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