Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivity.

Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivity
A Sufferer's Memoir
Author: Jerry Evans, 2010
Publisher: McFarland & Company, Inc.
ISBN: 978-0-7864-4770-1
Forward by William J. Rea, M.D.
Price: about $30.00
Rated: 5 stars on Amazon

This is an excellent, well-written history spanning some 10 years of an Ohio computer engineer's experiences of developing chemical sensitivity and then electrical sensitivity and then on into extreme hypersensitivities. It is a detailed account of the realities of suffering from an environmental illness (EI) - that is a reality for greater than 10 percent of our population.

The long-time EI sufferer might say "been there, done that," but will still find many useful tips on coping with the many and ongoing day to day challenges.

The newcomer to these illnesses will find a detailed accounting of what in store, many workaround solutions for coping, along with references to many useful resources.

The layman will find this book an eye opener to a part of our society that we try to pretend does not exist.

The person who says this health condition is "impossible" or has listened to the slander of "it's controversial" will learn otherwise in extensive detail.