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Jenny in MI
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Can anyone please help me understand why the mall makes me so dizzy, lightheaded, and brain foggy?

Immediately when I walk in the mall from the fresh outdoors I feel the urge to run right back outside. The feeling is so awful I can hardly focus on looking at clothes. I have terrible symptoms.

The mall has new carpet... I want to know if I will ever be free of these environmental symptoms? I never had this problem before Lyme Disease!

Please tell me why this happens. Will it go away after more months of doxy?

Thanks! =)

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Doomer
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Your other thread on the same topic has excellent answers.

your other post see here

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Littlesprout
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Sounds like MCS, the fumes coming off the new clothes, etc..............
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MCS
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lymeHerx001
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Same here. I have MCS and I am sensitive to EMFs.

Happens to our very sensitive nervous systems.

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