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#1 2016-01-30 08:55:54

sittingtaoist
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From: Denmark
Registered: 2014-11-16
Posts: 43

Clothes sensitivity

Is clothes sensitivity a symptom of Aspbergers?

Just came upon this post
http://forums.phoenixrising.me/index.ph … vity.3941/
saying something i can relate to:

"On top of the long list of acronyms I am accruing I have also been diagnosed with Aspbergers, this seemed to be a big questions in the interview actually - did seams bother? was there certain fabrics I couldn't wear. oddly i don't sound as particular as everyone so far, won't wear jewellry or watch and always wear casual clothes, hate being cold, flat shoes...oh wait a minute perhaps I am LOL"

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#2 2016-08-11 02:59:42

zao
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Registered: 2016-08-09
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Re: Clothes sensitivity

Whenever I hold a bunch of change, it feels like the metals leeches into my skin. I'm quite alright with pure copper, iron, silver, gold, even aluminum, but white gold and alloys, they just don't feel right to me. I always wash store bought clothes before wearing them since the toxic junk that they spray on it creates an allergic reaction to my skin, causing a rash. I hate plastic clothing, polyesters and such. I think the plastic polymers creates a static charge which I could sense when touching it creates the unwanted "feel" to it. Those with toxins are more hypersensitive to the toxins in their environment as the body is in eternal alert mode, but because of the nano junk, it's hard to ever completely be freed from it all.

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#3 2016-08-11 08:38:06

Loohan
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Registered: 2014-10-31
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Re: Clothes sensitivity

sittingtaoist wrote:

Is clothes sensitivity a symptom of Aspbergers?

First i've seen of this post, as the forum's software is spotty regarding the New Posts feature.
I am not an expert on Asperger, but you don't have the vibe. I do, but do not have all the Aspie traits.
I am not sensitive to clothes.

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#4 2016-08-11 08:42:41

Loohan
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Re: Clothes sensitivity

zao wrote:

I always wash store bought clothes before wearing them since the toxic junk that they spray on it creates an allergic reaction to my skin, causing a rash.

All new clothing, sheets, towels, etc. should be washed. They come out of the factory coated with toxic sizing. In fact i have read that the toxic effluent of this stuff from clothes factories is wreaking havoc in the East.

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