Examination of toxins, heavy metals in the body.

Heavy metal level monitoring Toxic heavy metals can be examined in a variety of ways, such as blood, urine or sweat tests. It doesn’t take long and accurately analyzes the results.

8 heavy metals in the body
  1. Lead
  2. Mercury
  3. Nickel
  4. Chromium
  5. Cadmium
  6. Manganese
  7. Cobalt
  8. Arsenic (Arsenic)
In today’s society. There has been a lot of material and technological development, which has resulted in a more harmful environmental environment for health. In particular, the problem of toxic residues that our body may unknowingly get into. Especially toxins in heavy metals such as lead. Mercury, cadmium, arsenic and aluminum, among others. Little by little our bodies may get into it. At a smaller level, it may not have any effect on the body, but if the accumulation of heavy metals becomes more and more, it will affect the functioning of cells and organs of the body, including the heart and blood vessels. Brain, liver, kidneys, and endocrine glands Heavy metal toxins can enter a person’s body in the form of ingestion. Heavy metal poisoning can be either acute or chronically toxic.

Symptoms of suspected heavy metal poisoning

Common cases such as frequent headaches of unknown etiology, body pain, fatigue. Easy fatigue Numbness along the tips of the hands and toes, frequent cramps or rashes, allergies or urticaria, etc. If heavy metals accumulate in the body for long periods of time, they cause free radicals or oxidative stress that harms the cells of different parts of the body. Increases the risk of causing chronic diseases such as heart disease. Hypertension, Alzheimer’s disease, and cancer, etc.

Who is at risk of having heavy metal toxins left in the body?

These include those who live near industrial sites. Those who have activities outside the umbrella, those who like to eat out regularly. Those who like to color their hair, do manicures. Those who prefer to eat seafood that comes from contaminated sources of wastewater discharged from industrial plants. Those with amalgam fillings, and those who regularly eat fruits and vegetables that are contaminated with pesticides, for example. If you, the reader, doubt that there may be toxic residues, heavy metals. You can consult your doctor for the test. If the presence of toxic and heavy metal residues is detected, appropriate treatment will be carried out.

The body may receive heavy metals. Toxic metals From which way?

  • drinking water seafood Fruits & Vegetables
  • Air, such as industrial pollution Pollution from road transport

Examples of heavy metal substances found in everyday life

  • Aluminum is found in the soil. Airborne dust, drinking water, food, various containers, medicines, deodorants.
  • Arsenic Is a substance used in the agricultural industry and fabric dyeing.
  • Mercury is found mainly in sources where fuel is burned. Metals, cement factories or fillings
  • Lead Found in common industrial sources, it can contaminate soil, water, and air.
  • Cadmium Is found in zinc and lead mining sites. Common industrial sources, tobacco, cigarettes, plastics and rubber

Examination of toxic metals. Who is useful?

  • Those who experience physical disorders such as weight loss Hormonal disorders, fatigue, numb limbs, or anemia, these symptoms may be linked to the cause of excess toxins in the body.
  • Those in toxic environments or near factory sites
  • People who work or are in contact with substances, such as battery factories. Goldsmith, Welder
  • Those who regularly engage in outdoor activities
  • Those who regularly eat out
  • Those who color their hair, do manicures frequently.

Heavy metals, silent threats, bodily harm!!!

Heavy metals in the body are caused by the accumulation of certain metals, which the body receives through food, water, industrial chemicals, or other sources.

  • Aluminum affects the lungs, poisoning the nervous system, causing bone thinning. Risk of gastroenterology and lung cancer
  • Lead results in brain changes. Nervous system, soil, food, kidneys, liver and heart.
  • Mercury affects the nervous system, destroys brain tissue. It affects the control of the visual and visual systems.
  • Arsenic or cadmium affects the central nervous system. Gastrointestinal disorders Osteoporosis, headache, slow movement
  • Nickel skin disorders Allergy symptoms, rashes along the skin, irritation of the respiratory system.

Diet balance For holistic health, is your body getting enough nutrients?

Taking supplements that do not meet the body’s needs and many times is caused by heavy metal accumulation, which in addition to depressing the body’s immunity. These heavy metals also inhibit the absorption of minerals, causing the body to lack essential minerals such as zinc, copper, selenium. This results in chronic fatigue, impaired immunity, headaches, and chronic muscle aches.



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