Increased limbic system symptomatology and sensitizability of young adults with chemical and noise sensitivities.

@article{Bell1995IncreasedLS,
  title={Increased limbic system symptomatology and sensitizability of young adults with chemical and noise sensitivities.},
  author={IrisR. Bell and Elizabeth E Hardin and Carol M. Baldwin and GaryE. Schwartz},
  journal={Environmental research},
  year={1995},
  volume={70 2},
  pages={
          84-97
        }
}
We previously hypothesized that individual differences in (a) limbic system reactivity and (b) central nervous system sensitizability underlie vulnerability to environmental stimuli, not only in the controversial clinical condition multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), but also in the general population. Earlier research has shown overlaps in the characteristics of persons who report noise and air pollutant sensitivities. This study assessed questionnaire responses of 897 young adult college… CONTINUE READING

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