Heavy metals are everywhere – in the soil our food grows in, the water we drink, the materials our homes are built from, the medicine we’re prescribed, and even in the air we breathe. They’re unavoidable and, in the quantities we’re exposed to, they can be extremely damaging. In fact, they can affect how every enzyme and cell in our body works. Toxins like these can compromise the efficiency of all our systems and can have massive effects on us without our necessarily being able to pinpoint one clear cause.
Symptoms of heavy metal toxicity can be subtle and insidious, or clear and significant.
Some Common Metals and Where They’re Found
Cans, deodorants, tinfoil, baking powder, processed cheese, nasal spray, cosmetics, food additives, aspirin, batteries, and certain pots and pans.
Ceramics, cigarettes, e-cigarettes, plastic, black rubber, shellfish, soft drinks, kidneys and liver, fertilisers, fungicides, and your mobile phone.
Lead paint, lead pipes (and the water they carry), cigarettes, hair dye, food packaging, old toys, mobile phone, canned food, and bone broth.
Seafood (especially tuna), some dental fillings, mercurochrome, some skin ointments, tattoos, cosmetics, fabric softeners, batteries, nasal sprays, paints, some art supplies, and your mobile phone.
Copper pipes and the water that passes through them, certain birth control pills, fungicides, shellfish, tofu, nuts, seeds, avocados, wholegrains, chocolate, and tea.
Some of these heavy metals have some health benefits. In fact, they can even be necessary to our good health. However, they present many disadvantages too, and it’s important to be aware of their effects to identify the possible sources of some of your health issues.
They can be ingested, inhaled, and absorbed through your skin.
Negative Effects of Heavy Metals
The following symptoms are possible indicators of heavy metal toxicity (some are severe and others are mild):
Brain damage (heavy metal overload has been connected with autism)
Poor circulation, resulting in cold hands and feet
High blood pressure
Unexplained aches and pains
Numbness or tingling in your legs and/or arms
Nausea and cramping in the stomach
Digestive problems; like bloating, indigestion, diarrhoea, IBS, and a change in bowel movements
Frequent colds and flus
Metallic taste in your mouth
Unexplained mood swings and behavioural changes
Horizontal ridges or lines on your nails
Sore or receding gums
How is Heavy Metal Poisoning Diagnosed?
If you suspect you have heavy metal toxicity or the beginning of it, you could visit your healthcare practitioner. They might test your urine or blood, or x-ray you. Some common tests include:
A complete blood count
Function tests for your kidney and liver
Radiographs of the abdomen
In addition, your healthcare supporter should ask you about your environment, habits, diet, and any other aspect of your life that could contribute to your heavy metal levels. If you’re at dangerous levels because of ingesting or being exposed to massive amounts of heavy metals, you may need to get your stomach pumped. However, most treatments are less dramatic and invasive.
Reducing Heavy Metal Toxicity in Your Body
For a regular boost to thwart heavy metals in your body, include coriander, parsley, and chlorella (an algae) in your diet.
It is also essential to take proactive measures to detox on a daily basis. Nordens’ Rewind Toxin Removal System is a colourless, tasteless spray that is a powerful detoxifying agent. It can be used by people of all ages (including young children) and has been shown to have incredible results. Significantly, many parents have used this spray to help their little ones that are on the autism spectrum. Within days, they often show marked improvement in their verbalisation, motor skills, and emotional connections.
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