What Is Heavy Metal Poisoning? Have You Been Affected?
Did you know that some “common” medical conditions that we experience today could be attributed to heavy metal toxicity?
Although not frequently talked about, heavy metal poisoning is not new, and you don’t necessarily have to work in a factory to be exposed to some of these heavy metals. Eating fish from water bodies with high levels of mercury, for example, could cause toxicity.
And let’s face it, we rarely question the state of the water we drink, much less the water we get our fish from?.
What Is Heavy Metal Poisoning?
Heavy metal poisoning occurs when we are exposed to certain harmful metals. These metals include cadmium, copper, iron, lead, mercury, zinc, arsenic, and more. Although we are exposed to these metals occasionally, at high levels they could cause a wide range of symptoms including:
- Abdominal Pain
- Kidney Damage
- Liver Damage
- Fluid In The Lungs
- Brain Fog
- Miscarriages/Premature Labor
As you can tell, the symptoms are varied. What you may experience might not be what the next person experiences. The severity also depends on the levels of metal that you have been exposed to.
Where Are Heavy Metal Poisoning Found?
Heavy Metal Poisoning can get into the body in different ways. That salad you’re eating could possibly be one of those ways. This is because a lot of our fruits and vegetables are grown with pesticides and fertilizers that contain these minerals.
Living in homes with high levels of lead-based paint, working in construction, drinking contaminated water, and living/working near hazardous waste sites are just some ways that people can get exposed.
As the world progressively relies on chemicals to achieve different results, we are getting exposed daily to these chemicals.
While in lower doses, it may not pose a threat to your health – it is of great concern!
What Can We Do About Heavy Metal Poisoning?
Chelation Therapy has been proven to be a great way to “detox” your body from these harmful metals.?
A chelating agent used in chelation therapy binds to these harmful metals and helps guide these metals out of the body. Both toxic and non-toxic metals are targeted.
By removing these metals, you greatly reduce their effects on inflammation, hormone regulation, cancer cell activation, immune system function, and heart function.
- Reversed Alzheimer’s Disease
- Has Anti-Aging Benefits
- Increases Energy
- Reduces Allergies
- Rejuvenates The Cardiovascular System
- Helps With Weight Maintenance
If you’ve been experiencing recurrent symptoms that you don’t have a definitive diagnosis on, then you might have heavy metal poisoning.
As mentioned, symptoms range from mild to severe. The earlier you are able to address some of your health concerns, the easier it is to treat, and the less likely you are to experience some of the harsher symptoms.
Schedule a consultation with us here and find out if you are suffering from heavy metal poisoning!
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