Chemicals we work and clean with can cause p/a

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freezinginAK
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Date Joined Nov 2006
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   Posted 11/21/2006 11:57 PM (GMT -7)   
  I know that I have only been here a short time and but I feel that there are somethings that you should know about me.
1. That I allmost died from the paint chemicals that I worked with I was found passed out in my paint stall, I was pulled outside with all the fire dept. ppl around me I had on one of though's thing that make you breath manually when I came to and at that point I when't into my frist p/a I just freeked out and was in the ER for days, having tests after test and I had an mri on my brain that showed that my brain barrier was damaged and I hade cns damage as well from the chemical poisoning.
2. I have chemical sensitivity as well as an anxiety disorder I can never get rid of the inner shaking in my body from it, I do know the differants from the anxiety and the cns damage and now I'm going in for more testing for MS.
3. I now have type 2 diabetes as well for the past 3 years and in control of it so far.
4. I have lossed most of my fine motor skills from the chemicals that are so deadly in the long run.
 
 The problem is that most ppl don't know is that the chemicals in are world today even the most smallist amount of exposure can kill you (the cleaning products that we use and the perfume you ware are all killing us slowly) and if you look hard enough these same chemicals do cause anxiety and p/a for some, you can ask for an MSDA sheet from any store that deals with these products and know that these things are harming us in the long run. Just think how things will be in the next 20 years and for your kids and there kids, I do injoy that we are trying to help are selfs get rid of p/a but just look around and see what chemicals that you use around work and at the home and think are these things just a side affect from them.
 
I'm sorry that I had to do a little venting off but I feel that you really need to know this about chemical exposure.

Howlyncat
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   Posted 11/22/2006 6:11 AM (GMT -7)   
Thanks for sharing all this info
I too am well aware of all the problems with safety in workplace
chemicals cleaners paint ect
Am glad you shared with us
so sorry you are now paying such a high price for wanting to work and ended up with all these problems
Take care
Lyn
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