Ammonia in household items

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Avatar n tn I don't have allergies of any kind and I'm in excellent health and I can learn to live with the smell of fresh baked bread in my nostrils.. I mean it could be owrse.. still I think I should get someone to check this out especially as I read about Phantom smells being a possible side efect of brain tumors...
3060903 tn?1398568723 In fact, with plenty of everyday items you already have, you can clean most messes in a snap. Take furniture polish, for instance — it’s actually perfect for stainless steel surfaces covered in fingerprints! Read on to see other great cleaning hacks! No need for store bought chemicals to solve the problem of shower scum. All you need here is some citrus — squeeze over the effected area and rinse. Best of all, you can even pick how your bathroom will smell!
535822 tn?1443980380 For the first time with economy in my head I went into a 99 cents store, very busy very small aisles, but I was surprised at the items in there all for 99cents a pop. If you look around you can find expensive coffee, oils, spices, soups indeed a whole range of foods one could'nt afford in a regular store. I will be going in again as prices start to rise .try it .
Avatar m tn There is sugar in almost all foods, so what I would do is look at the ingredients label and make sure there is no more than 5-6 grams of sugar in a food product. I would also avoid all breaded items as they also help candida grow (e.g., chicken strips and chicken mcnuggets at McDonald's). Toxin Overload -- As I just mentioned candida causes a buildup of toxins in our systems. Toxins in the human body are most effectively killed by oxygen.
Avatar n tn At first I just really enjoyed the smell. For my household cleaning I use a 50-50 concoction of 91% rubbing alcohol and ammonia due to its disinfectant properties. I noticed that the smell is very strong but it didn't really bother me over time. I actually found myself cleaning everything with it eventually. I am in the health profession and we also use the SaniWipes. They are very strong and I use them to clean everything now.
Avatar n tn I'm sorry it's taken me so long to respond. I take baths in ammonia, borax and Dr. Bronners peppermint soap in my bath water. This has helped the most. I either steam iron or boil my clothes, towels and sheets. I drink a glass of red wine every night before going to bed. Theses are the things that have helped me get them down to almost nothing. I hope this helps. I've just opened a facebook page just for discussion on these bugs, life, support, etc. My name there is bugedout thugbugs.
Avatar f tn air and couldn't go back in. It was January, I was in my nightgown, standing in snow trying not to hurl. I ended up sitting in the car for about an hour until she aired her house out. And even then I could still smell it. I got dressed quickly and left. I never stayed at their house again after that when we visited. It was that powerful. I think there might be some sort of genetic link, my 4 year old daughter is the same way. She smells EVERYTHING. poor kid.
Avatar m tn Talking a shower give relief for about 10-15 minutes afterwords then its back. No changes in our household. same soaps, foods etc. In the past i have had what i term as restless leg syndrome all though i don't know anything about it. Its a feeling that when you are laying still, you need to constantly move one leg, or give it some kind of stimulation (constant movement, hanging it over the edge of the bed etc). As leaving it still is very uncomfortable but not painful.
472570 tn?1274689487 Then the unseen ones that seem to land on items, everywhere, like the computer mouse in the front room or any surface be it hard or soft like cloth. When I touch infested item I get stinging itch, sometimes it even feels like one large bite but I can't see any skin breakage or reaction but just intense itching. The water/vinegar spray sure helps when its bedtime and I spray my bedding, especially foot area.
Avatar m tn It can be your paranoia, durt, dust and that alot of things used in household cleanings, that gives u this sensation. To be really straight, he doesnt know what we are dealing with, because were dealing with something hes never dealt with, and much more if we cannot see them .( in alot of Blogs they call them like that "no see ums" or mistery bugs. Also he afirmes that if there is something here, that it wont harm me, jejejejjjje...
Avatar f tn Your whole family must have been infected. So every member in your household should adhere to these rules, and they should be treated with medication as well, because if you don't, something called ping-pong infection happens and the family members keep infecting each other.
Avatar n tn We are still having this problem now even though we dont live in the same household anymore. So this is not related to our living environment. I dont' even know whether I should check with a dermatologist? A psychologist (some doctors said it's psychosematic) Or a bug specialist... I am really leaning towards parasite now. But anyone's help will be greatly appreciated!!!
Avatar n tn Within a few minutes of entering a room, people begin coughing and/or sneezing.(By the way, it's always 2 coughs in a row.) I am not sick at all but everyone around me becomes sick upon meeting me. Doctors have told me that it's just allergy season, but this has been going on for a couple years! Besides the endless coughing and sneezing, other symptoms that people develop include: itching around the eyes and nose, acne (on face and neck), sores on the outer lips, and fatigue.
Avatar n tn my eye doctor told me it was due to mild allergies and prescribed eye drops which didnt help in the least so i turned to over the counter allergy medicine which hasn't helped either (so i dont think it's allergies) and in the last 3 weeks not only are my eyelids itchy but when i wake up in the morning my upper eye lids are bright red and swelled up so bad that its embarassing!!!!
Avatar f tn but sometimes straining to go to bathroom, belching and burping, white spots in stool and yesterday a little blood in the stool. At the time I met with the gastro doctor, was asked if I had blood in stool and I hadn't then. I spoke with someone in his office yesterday and told her about the blood and she said, oh that's not natural.......scared me to death as I had a friend who died of colon cancer six years ago...