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Below is a list of mercury poisoning symptoms for you to review so you can determine if this might be a problem for you.
Mental mercury poisoning symptoms can include:
Early physical mercury poisoning symptoms can include:
Organ health and mercury poisoning symptoms can include:
You can test thyroid function by taking your temperature in the morning before you get out of bed. Leave the thermometer in place for at least 5 minutes. If the temperature is less than 97.5 degrees, there are problems with the thyroid regardless of hormone tests. Another indicator for women is the blood color during menstruation. It should be bright red, brownish indicates low thyroid levels.
Overall, a person may have long periods of great productivity in their lives followed by periods of being nonproductive. As the poisoning progresses, these periods of productivity become shorter and fewer in-between as the poisoning sets in slowly and progresses through levels of increasing dysfunction.
Many of these mercury poisoning symptoms are just like chronic yeast or candida, and often the patients misdiagnose themselves. Unless of course she most definitely has a vaginal yeast infection. Candida and yeast will actually attach themselves to the mercury molecule and the accepted theory is excess yeast is an immune response to heavy metals. We know it also attaches itself to the iron molecule as well and uses it as a means of travel. It must be removed from the body because of this fact or you will not get well.
How Do We Get Poisoned With Mercury?
Most people associate mercury poisoning with the silver metal amalgam dental fillings that were in widespread use up until recently. These fillings are a very common source of mercury poisoning because many of them do leak, especially if they have been in your mouth for over 10 years.
Recently, a great amount of attention has been focused on autism
and the mercury found in vaccines and for good reason. Cases of autism
spiked, and have continued at almost epidemic rates since 1991, 2 years
after the introduction of the MMR vaccine and the usage of thimerosal
(mercury) as its preservative.
Thimerosal is used in the Flu vaccine as well.
Thimerosal was and is used in many products as a preservative. Antiseptic gels, contact lense solutions, hemorrhoid creams, lubricating gels and vaginal contraceptives.
Tuna, swordfish, shellfish, orange roughy, tilefish and shark are all loaded with high mercury levels.
Some other mercury poisoning sources are found in environmental air pollution or acid rain from coal fired power plant emissions, adhesives, talc and body powder, broken thermometers, cosmetics, all plastics, diuretics, fabric softeners, felt, floor waxes/polishes, fungicides, industrial wastes, laxatives, mercurochrome, photo-engraving, skin lightening cream, suppositories, wood preservatives, hair dyes, batteries, Preperation H, solvent-thinned paints, and latex paints. Fluorescent lights contain a high amount of mercury and if you are around one when the glass tube is broken, you may have breathed the resulting gas. Red ink used for tattoos contains mercury sulfide as the coloring agent.
Last but not least, in 2009 half of the samples tested of high fructose corn syrup contained mercury.
The point is, mercury exposure is a common occurrence for all of us.
Mercury Testing Webpage
This page talks about the options available for mercury testing if you wish to verify that this is a problem for you.
Mercury Poisoning Symptoms Treatment Webpage
You can find out how to treat high metal levels and candida yeast at the same time on this webpage.
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