Carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms
from multiple low level exposures
(chronic CO poisoning)
Carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms from multiple low level exposures are seldom caused by
consistent exposure to the same level of carbon monoxide in the air.
It is more likely that the level of carbon monoxide in the
air fluctuates depending on the season and as conditions in an environment vary.
This causes carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms from low-level exposures to fluctuate as the level of carbon
monoxide in the air varies.
Ongoing exposure to low-levels of carbon monoxide places a heavy burden on the cells throughout the body
(including the brain), impacting their vitality and [ongoing] ability to function properly.
The damage and severity from ongoing exposure has a compounding effect that makes [ongoing] carbon monoxide
poisoning symptoms progressively worse over time.
Ongoing exposure increases the likelihood of additional carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms and damage resulting in long term effects.
Low level carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms may include any combination of the following:
- Flu like symptoms
- Food poisoning like symptoms
- Unexplained nausea
- Chronic fatigue like symptoms
- Feeling of physical weakness
- Brain fog
- Problems focusing
- Disturbed sleep patterns
- Irritability/mood swings
- Impaired judgement
- Unexplained feelings of claustrophobia
- Difficult or shallow breathing
- Unexplained panic or anxiety
- Feeling chronically stressed and/or difficulties dealing with stress
- High pitch sound in ear(s)
- A more unusual carbon monoxide poisoning symptom is an unexplained sense of a presence or something is
watching. Many ghost houses have been found to have carbon monoxide leaks - usually from cracks/partial
blockages in old chimneys and faulty boilers.
- Sensitivities to sugar and simple carbohydrates
- Food and chemical sensitivities
- Changes to hearing, vision, smell, taste, and/or touch
- Hair loss / thinning
- Subtle and not-so-subtle personality changes
- Bizarre behavior(s)
- Flu like symptoms but not typically with sinus congestion
- Problems regulating temperature of hands and/or feet
- Pregnant women have a higher likelihood of miscarriage
- Potential developmental problems with children
Many carbon monoxide symptoms and effects are caused by low level brain damage, damage/disruption of the endocrine (regulatory) system, and cell damage.
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