Multiple Chemical Sensitivities Recovery Stories:
Patients tell how they recovered from environmental illness!

Most people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS) are frustrated with not being believed about their symptoms or triggers from chemical smells and exposures.  It can be very lonely, so listening to others experience with environmental illness can be a big relief.

But many of the stories are not uplifting and that's where these stories are different.  These stories don't just focus on what it is like to live with MCS, how people cope with the practical difficulties and frustration with family, friends and even health professionals, but it focusses on how people found their way to overcome MCS and recover their health.

Of course, MCS recovery stories are all different and people have different diagnosis along with their MCS.

Whilst I myself didn't experience MCS, one of the most deflating things was not hearing other people recover from this group of illness.  Hence I wanted to collect and share all kinds of Recovery Stories to give hope to people still suffering with this illness.

If you know someone who has recovered from Multiple Chemical Sensitivities or Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS or POTS, please ask them to contact me to share their story or if you yourself have recovered from Fibromyalgia, please contact me directly here.

Besides MCS recovery stories, I also share stories of recovery from ME/CFS, PVFS, POTS, Fibromyalgia and other similar syndromes.  You can see the full list of recovery interviews and recovery stories.

Best wishes,



Please note that the people sharing their stories here have gone through their own journey of recovery from Fibromyalgia independently from the author of this website and related content. They are simply offer the experience of their fibromyalgia recovery story and are not responsible for, nor are they endorsing the content on this website or other related products. Similarly, we do not take responsibility for the content on their respective sites or products and make no implied endorsement.

Julia’s Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Recovery Success Story using ANS REWIRE
Julia shares her Multiple Chemical Sensitivities Recovery story after 22 years of illness. This interview is in 2 parts and goes into diet for MCS and brain training for MCS recovery using ANS REWIRE.
Kristin recovers from 6 years of illness with ME/CFS POTS & MCS as well as PTSD and Bulimia
This is the first recovery story shared on the podcast. Kristin shares her MECFS, POTS and MCS recovery story in this fascinating detailed interview and talks about the treatments she tried, the ups and downs, her relapses and the constant expansion of diagnoses and symptoms. We delve into how she changed her approach to also recover from Bulimia and PTSD and end the cycle of relapse and remission.
Colin’s recovery from long-term ME/CFS & MCS using the ANS REWIRE program
Colin tells his story of recovery from long-term ME/CFS & MCS using ANS REWIRE.
3 Decades of MECFS, Fibromyalgia, MCS and Chronic Lyme end ‘Shockingly Fast’
During 3 decades of illness with ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia, MCS and Chronic Lyme, Claudia becomes intimately involved with advocacy work when she gets a strange facebook request about a book talking of 'recovery' - what happened next left her feeling shocked and a little confused.
From bedridden with Fibromyalgia & CFS & MCS to fully well
Peter shares how he recovered from a decade of CFS, Fibromyalgia, and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities in a period of 12 months of using the ANS REWIRE program.
“There is no Cure for Fibromyaliga” – An Inspiring Interview about Recovery from MCS, CFS & FMS
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Pat Gurnick Learned How To Get Well From CFS, Fibromyalgia and MCS
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