Archive for April, 2017

postheadericon Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) no longer is an enigma in our society. Unfortunately, more and more people have it in some form or another as many in the health care industry are accepting it as a concrete diagnosis. What is it? MCS is defined as a multi-system disorder usually brought on by toxic exposure to a chemical or chemicals. The exposure can be acute, i.e. a large amount of a toxin over a short period (hours to days) or it can be long-term, a low-level exposure over a period of weeks, months or years.

An example of an acute exposure is a chemical spill and an example of a long-term exposure is a person living in a house that has been tented to kill termites and gets progressively sick.

MCS over the long haul depletes an individual’s nutritional stores and causes problems in many different systems and organs in the body. Hence the term multi-system disorder. The person becomes sensitized to the particular chemical. With repeated exposure, the sensitivity increases. 5f-mn-18 Also, there is what is called a spreading effect where the individual is bothered by many more different chemicals. As this happens, more body systems become involved. MCS almost always effects the Central Nervous System.

According to the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) the diagnosis, treatment, and etiologic assessment of MCS had remained a troublesome medical and social concern for individuals, physicians, government and organizations. Also, according to the ACOEM, the condition was first described in 1952 and has since amassed over 20 different names, including “environmental illness”, “total allergy syndrome”, “20th Century disease” and “Chemical Aids”. My personal favorite is 20th Century disease.

In my mind, this name is totally appropriate since our society’s quest to preserve everything from food to building materials has created this mess.

ACEOM recognizes that there is a lack of scientific research about MCS. However, they support tentative conclusions about MCS. These conclusions are: 1) that there is no immunologic basis for MCS. 2) that there is an overlap between MCS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and other historic non-specific condition.

An article by Japanese physicians from the University of Tokyo School of Medicine is pretty much in agreement with the statement of the ACOEM. Baisky AJ,Borus from the Division of Psychiatry at Birgham and Womens Hospital in Boston Massachusetts in an article titled Functional Somatic Syndrome which is another way of saying MCS states that even though physical causes may ultimately be found in patients with MCS, the suffering of these patients is exacerbated by a self perpetuating, self-validating cycle in which common endemic, somatic symptoms are incorrectly attributed to serious abnormality reinforcing the persons belief that he/she has a serious illness. In other words, although there may be just medical cause for this condition, much of the symptoms are psychological. I am in total disagreement with this statement as I believe and will try to prove to all that MCS is a toxic reaction to chemicals that creates abnormal physiological function in the body.

postheadericon Plexus’ Sonya Dudley Showcases Secrets On Business Owning

While becoming an inspirational seminar host, life coach, and experienced multi-level marketing legacy, Mrs. Sonya L. Dudley has actually developed a keen capability to assist others to achieve their complete potential. Her YouTube channel features a variety of videos that are developed to help watchers in changing their lives for the better.

Among her most popular videos on her YouTube channel is entitled “How To Have Focus In Your Business”. In the video, Sonya initially explains juggling numerous tasks at the same time, a vital element of running one’s own organization. Utilizing the example of the futility of attempting to ride 2 horses at the same time, she colorfully explains how tough it can be to bring the required focus to more than one business venture at a time. Lots of business owners deal with comparable situations as they release and grow multiple organizations. The hidden point is that in order to reach the levels of success a person desires from their organization operation, it is crucial to put aside interruptions and concentrate on one procedure at a time.

Picture, for example, that a person has several various sales operations. In the procedure of aiming to offer among products or services used by one of the ventures, Sonya believes that potential consumers might resent that the sales representative has many other things going on in the background. That prospective customer may subconsciously believe that if this specific services or product is so special, then why does the salesperson have other ventures to address?

From business operator’s point of view, managing the needs of several businesses along with the daily issues about family, house life, and other everyday jobs can cause a loss of focus. In her experience as a magnate and motivational public speaker, Sonya knows that in order to accomplish success in a business, the operations of that specific company need to be the sole focus. Effective business owners across the country understand that the very best method towards business success is to focus on one operation at a time, growing it and assisting it to broaden prior to moving onto the next endeavor. This is in some cases described as “serial entrepreneurship”, and is the principle of applying one’s efforts to one task at a time.

Many individuals have the ability to balance the demands of numerous company operations, nevertheless. In truth, Sonya has done simply that in her career as a Diamond Ambassador for Plexus Worldwide and as a coach and instructor for The John Maxwell Team. In her deal with Plexus, Sonya manages a group of over 33,000 business partners in the United States as well as in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. A good amount of her time is invested engaging with staff members, customers, and other brand name ambassadors. Clearly, this can create obstacles, because she needs to likewise take a trip the nation as a popular motivational speaker for The John Maxwell Team.

Dudley understands that the stabilizing act she has actually discovered to be comfortable managing is not for everyone; clever company owner is best served by staying with a single task at a time to make it the very best it can be before tackling the next service venture. Learn more about her ventures at