.@RNBreakfast There are some red 'chemophobia under a new guise' flags. Attributing lots of symptoms to scent is like wind turbine syndrome. 4 atbildes

Signe Dean
(24.01.2017 23:53:16)
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.@RNBreakfast There are some red 'chemophobia under a new guise' flags. Attributing lots of symptoms to scent is like wind turbine syndrome.
Signe Dean
(24.01.2017 23:54:49)
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.@RNBreakfast Just because some people get headaches and others get asthma, we can't just lump all reactions together and blame 'chemicals'.
Signe Dean
(24.01.2017 23:55:44)
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.@RNBreakfast The author also mentioned aromatherapy but didn't specify that it's almost exclusively done using natural essential oils.
Signe Dean
(24.01.2017 23:56:58)
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.@RNBreakfast And natural essential oils are really irritating substances, so not clear where that stands with the 'synthetic ingredients'.
Signe Dean
(25.01.2017 0:00:11)
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.@RNBreakfast And just to clarify, I'm not denying symptoms! I find the vast majority of perfumes disgusting; sometimes they give me asthma.