The Dangers of Heavy Metals

The Dangers of Heavy Metals

Suffering from brain-fog, irritability, cardiovascular disease or depression? If so, you may be contending with heavy metal poisoning.

You may be unaware but Heavy Metals can be seriously impacting your health. Present in contaminated food, industrial and medical waste and beauty products as well as environmental pollutants, heavy metals are a major part of daily life and wreck havoc on our minds and well-being.

Below we will mention the problems associated with heavy metal toxicity and how you can remove this problem:

HEAVY METALS DESTROY MENTAL HEALTH, LEAD TO DEPRESSION

Neurological disorders – Alzheimer’s, ADHD, autism, aggression, epilepsy, memory loss, developmental delays, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, insomnia and migraines all have roots in heavy metal toxicity.

HEAVY METALS DRAIN YOUR ENERGY AND MAKE YOU TIRED

The toxic metals lead, mercury, and arsenic are the top 3 toxins having the most adverse health effects on the public based on toxicity.  Large numbers of people have been found to have allergic conditions and immune reactive autoimmune conditions due to the toxic metals, especially inorganic mercury and nickel. These metals have also been found to diminish the cellular ATP energy function and be related to chronic fatigue.

HEAVY METALS DESTROY YOUR BRAIN

Studies have found that heavy metals such as mercury, cadmium, lead, aluminum, and tin affect chemical synaptic transmission in the brain and the peripheral and central nervous system. They also have been found to disrupt brain and cellular calcium levels that significantly affect many body functions, such as cognitive development.

HEAVY METALS CAUSE ANXIETY AND PUT YOU IN A BAD MOOD

Lead is a well-known and -researched neurotoxin that has been scientifically associated with major depression and anxiety disorders. It seems inescapable that, if the lead content in your blood is elevated, you will suffer with cognitive disorders and mood disturbance.

HEAVY METALS LOWER YOUR IMMUNITY

Certain heavy metals have been reported to seriously affect the immune system potentially resulting in a broad range of harmful health effects.  Reported alterations in immune cell function include a variety of affected mechanisms.

Thereby, depending on the particular metal, its concentration, route and duration of exposure, and biologic availability, the net outcome may be either immunosuppression or stimulation of immune cell activity.

Since the key importance of the immune system is protection of the host against pathogenic agents, an impaired immune competence inevitably increases the susceptibility to invading pathogens.

HEAVY METALS CAUSE PHYSICAL PAIN, SLEEP PROBLEMS, HEADACHES

Long-term exposure to low levels of heavy metals, however, can result in an accumulation of these toxins in your body. We use the term “biotoxicity” to refer to the build-up of toxins in your body tissues that cause digestive problems and joint pain, and we use the word “neurotoxicity” to refer the toxins in your nervous system that cause neurological disorders, including headaches, sleep disturbances, depression, and cognitive difficulties.

If you are suffering from any ailment and nothing seems to work, you may be shocked to see how miraculously, overnight you can begin to feel better again after getting rid of toxic heavy metals.

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Suffering from brain-fog, irritability, cardiovascular disease or depression? If so, you may be contending with heavy metal poisoning