Aerotoxic Syndrome not recognised
Unfortunately, mainstream medicine still does not recognize the existence of Aerotoxic Syndrome, despite the often severe (including neurological) symptoms associated with it. As a result, many patients receive an incorrect diagnosis, such as Burnout, MS, or Parkinson’s. The prescribed medications for these conditions are entirely counterproductive since the issue is actually a poisoning problem. Medications for these diseases (which the patients do not actually have) add an extra burden to the immune system, which must break down these substances.
The body should be supported to maximize detoxification. It is much more logical to administer supplements, minerals, vitamins, and other nutrients that the body needs at that time. This is precisely what orthomolecular medicine focuses on.
However, for many people, it is most logical (and often mandatory) to first consult their general practitioner or company doctor when reporting sick. In such cases, we recommend bringing a copy of the FAA Quick Reference for Health Care Providers. This way, you can at least alert the doctor to the possible cause of your symptoms and the necessary tests to confirm it. This may help prevent a misdiagnosis.
Stichting Fly Aware offers the opportunity for an intake consultation with John Midavaine, who specializes in orthomolecular medicine. During this consultation, an assessment of your symptoms is made, you receive advice on dietary supplements, and a tailored treatment plan is created. If necessary, John may also refer you for supportive therapies, such as Neurofeedback.
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If you would like to schedule an appointment with Drs. John Midavaine or need more information, please fill out this contact form, and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible (within 3 days). For an appointment, you can also visit the website of the Lifestyle Medicine clinic led by John: Lifemedic.nl.
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