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Chronic Inflammatory response syndrome is a mutisystem, multisymptom illness centered around exaggerated unrelenting activation of the innate immune system (in the genetically susceptible who have been exposed to biotoxins) leading to widespread effects throughout the body and brain.

How do you know if you have CIRS?


The prevalence of CIRS is quite high. About 22-24% of the population has the genetic susceptibility to develop this condition and it often presents with a multisystem, multisymptom illness.  Many patients have been misdiagnosed with a multitude of different illness, when in reality, their root cause illness is actually CIRS.


The vast majority of patient's innate immune system becomes activated by biotoxins produced by microbes found in water damaged buildings but can also be triggered by viruses like Covid as well as tick-borne infections, such as lyme and even brown recluse spider bites. There are numerous other triggers but once activated most patient's will have the same constellation of symptoms, often over 20.

With advancements in medical technology paved by peer-reviewd published literature we are in the age of being able to not only diagnose and treat this disease, but finally cure this often debilitating illness.

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If you have been told you have...

Dementia, parkinsons, multiple sclerosis, ALS, cognitive decline, tremor, other neurodegenerative disorders, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, lyme disease, chronic lyme disease, post covid syndrome (covid longhaulers syndrome), fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, ADD, ADHD, depression, anxiety, suicidality, rageful episodes, other psychiatric disorders, insomnia, postural orthostatic tachycardic syndrome (POTS disease), adrenal fatigue, IBS, mast cell activation syndrome, systemic exertion intolerance disease, multiple chemical sensitivity, chronic migraines, pulmonary hypertension etc


Then you may have CIRS.

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