I wandered over here from the CFIDS forum, and thought I'd add my two cents.
Since you're noticing a change in your symptoms following a move to a different home, there is a possibility of a chemical sensitivity in your Clearwater home. (And the fact that you notice it "every time" is interesting.) Formaldehyde is a likely culprit. Formaldehyde is known as a "potent sensitizer," and an important trigger in autoimmune disease. It is found wherever glues and polyurethane foams are used, and wrinkle-free fabrics such as those used in upholstery. Construction materials include aspenite and particle board.
I've written more over in the CFIDS forum. Best wishes, and I hope you get it figured out!
Post Edited (bcfromfl) : 2/4/2017 12:40:28 AM (GMT-7)