Anyone else in an apartment building with neighbors spraying chemical air fresheners and smoking away? I had a neighbor under my apartment spray an air freshener today that burned my eyes, skin and throat and lungs all day. I had to go to the management office and beg them to make it stop. And they said they would call the tenant and tell them to stop it. This is someone who smokes and has just started to hide their smoking with sprays because smoking is being officially banned in the building as of June. Their smoke has been making me sick for a long time, too. Why isn't there housing for MCS people, and CFIDS/ME people? We need special consideration. I can't be around air fresheners, second hand smoke, and people's perfumed laundry detergent. We should have some kind of clean air/chemical free housing. I'm getting worse with it, not better. It triggers asthma attacks in me and all kinds of symptoms. I can't afford to move and I have no where to move to. And I've gotten nasty responses from healthy people when I've brought this up about the sprays and smoke. Like they say how dare I tell someone they can't spray an air freshener or smoke in their own home. Well how dare someone do something that gets into my body and makes me sick. They shouldn't be allowed to do anything that gets into our bodies or our homes. It's no fun to have burning eyes, burning nasal passages, and burning skin all day. Or last week, when they sprayed a different one that almost sent me to the hospital twice from the asthma attacks. And when they aren't doing this, they have this smokefest days and nights where they will chainsmoke for hours on end, filling my entire apartment with it and making me really sick. At least that's getting banned this year. I wish they would give us a place to live without this stuff. I want to be with others like me who understand. Not with people who think it's just fine to poison others.