Toxins create deep physical and psychological impacts

Science has already identified that many issues that human beings go through, are due to toxic deposit in body. Here are few examples:

Brain Fog

Toxic Brain Encephalopathy or “Brain Fog” and ADA. “Toxic what? Encephalopathy (en sef al ah’ pathy) simply means something wrong with the brain. and toxic encephalopathy means a brain that is toxic or poisoned and does not function properly because of some environmental toxin or chemical.

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Blood Sugar & Toxins

Modern science has started understanding the relation between diabetes and toxins. The findings suggest that two environmental toxins, arsenic and dioxin (dibenzo-p-dioxins), may have some relationship to an increased risk for diabetes.

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Joint, abdominal pain, indigestion

Researchers have found that cause of muscular pain that we go through, even without a physically stressful day, is a result of accumulation of toxins. Toxins cause digestive disorder and make our body more toxic.

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Fatigue, loss of energy and stamina

Many doctors who work with chronically fatigued patients and those who work in the field of environmental medicine, agree that chemical exposure is a major contributor to fatigue and low vitality. For example, if you review.

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Sinus congestion, itchy eyes and throat

Inhaled substances may directly injure the pulmonary epithelium at various levels of the respiratory tract, leading to a wide range of disorders from tracheitis and bronchiolitis to pulmonary edema. They may also be absorbed, resulting in systemic toxicity.

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Vomiting and nausea

Infectious and toxic causes of nausea and vomiting are usually self-limiting. Nausea and vomiting caused by ingestion of a toxin such as the enterotoxin in staphylococcal food poisoning or the toxin produced by Bacillus cereus typically occur one to six hours after ingestion and last only 24 to 48 hours.

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Autoimmune Disease

possible associations include silica, mercury, cadmium, gold and L canavanine. Two recognised outbreaks include ‘toxic oil syndrome’ related to contaminated rape seed oil in Spain in 1981 and exposure to a contaminated environmental substance associated with an autoimmune attack on muscle tissue in 1989.

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Neurological Disorders

Though neurotoxins are often neurologically destructive, their ability to specifically target neural components is important in the study of nervous systems. Common examples of neurotoxins include lead, ethanol (drinking alcohol), glutamate, nitric oxide, botulinum toxin (e.g. Botox), tetanus toxin, and tetrodotoxin.

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Autoimmune Disease

possible associations include silica, mercury, cadmium, gold and L canavanine. Two recognised outbreaks include ‘toxic oil syndrome’ related to contaminated rape seed oil in Spain in 1981 and exposure to a contaminated environmental substance associated with an autoimmune attack on muscle tissue in 1989.

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Bi-polar disorder

“Our results indicate that the blood of BD patients is toxic to brain cells and affects the connectivity ability of neurons. Considering our previous knowledge on the association between mood episodes and blood toxicity,  

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Dementia

Toxic causes of dementia include exposure to heavy metals such as lead, mercury and aluminum as well as to carbon monoxide and solvents. Autoimmune conditions include such entities as multiple sclerosis, systemic lupus erythematosus, Behçet’s disease and Sjögren’s syndrome.

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Coated tongue

The rear one-third area of the tongue relates to the lower abdominal organs, such as the small intestine and colon. If this posterior part of the tongue is covered with coating, that is ama or toxins in the colon, indicating low colon energy. 

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Depression

Environmental toxins can produce many of these same symptoms. They also increase the risk of depression, suicide, ADHD, learning problems, memory problems, brain fog, autism, temper outbursts, psychotic behavior, and dementia.

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Frequent colds and flues

These toxins reduce the amount of cells capable of suppressing the immune response. So multi-resistant strains, which produce very high levels of enterotoxin, become even more dangerous. Staphylococcus aureus bacteria can cause numerous diseases, such as skin infections, pneumonia and blood poisoning (sepsis) 

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Metallic taste in mouth

Lead poisoning produces a metallic taste in the mouth, nausea, vomiting, diffuse abdominal pain, paresthesias, muscle weakness, and severe anemia with acute hemolytic crisis.

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Tingling in extremities

An example of toxic neuropathy is nerve pain, numbness or tingling and loss of function caused by handling certain chemicals. These might include cleaning fluid, beauty products or pest killers such as flea dip. Using or handling these products can cause toxic neuropathy.

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