I’ve heard of people having mercury poisoning and not knowing about it, but I never looked into it. Now I have.
It’s very possible that I could have it. You can have it too and not know it.
I’ll list the symptoms below but before I do let me ask you – do you have dental fillings?
If so, chances are that you have amalgam fillings in your mouth. Amalgam fillings are made from a mixture of metals (mercury, silver, tin, zinc, copper) and mercury makes up 50% of the filling content.
Chances are that mercury has been seeping into your system for the whole time you’ve had the fillings – that could be years or even decades!
It’s serious because the symptoms, when weighed individually, can easily be overlooked or mistaken for something else.
For example, if you’re irritable, moody, prone to depression, or indecisive, these could be the result of neurological disorder brought on by mercury-laced dental fillings, not a symptom of a ”personality disorder.” If you deal with allergies, high or low blood pressure, or halitosis, again, the cause can be mercury poisoning.
In addition, over the course of a lifetime mercury poisoning could cause serious neurological damage resulting in symptoms that collectively could be identified as multiple sclerosis.
Symptoms of Chronic Mercury Poisoning
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
- anxiety/nervousness, often with difficulty in breathing
- exaggerated response to stimulation
- emotional instability
-lack of self control
-fits of anger, with violent, irrational behavior
- loss of self confidence
- shyness or timidity, being easily embarrassed
- inability to concentrate
- mental depression, despondency
- suicidal tendencies
- manic depression
- numbness and tingling of hands, feet, fingers, toes, or lips
- muscle weakness progressing to paralysis
- tremors/trembling of hands, feet, lips, eyelids or tongue
- motor neuron disease (ALS)
HEAD, NECK, ORAL CAVITY DISORDERS
- bleeding gums
- alveolar bone loss
- loosening of teeth
- excessive salivation
- foul breath
- metallic taste
- burning sensation, with tingling of lips, face
- tissue pigmentation (amalgam tattoo of gums)
- stomatitis (sores in the mouth)
- ulceration of gingiva, palate, tongue
- dizziness/acute, chronic vertigo
- ringing in the ears / hearing difficulties
- speech and visual impairment
-restricted, dim vision
- food sensitivities, especially to milk and eggs
- abdominal cramps, colitis, diverticulitis or other G.I. complaint
- chronic diarrhea/constipation
- abnormal heart rhythm
- characteristic findings on EKG
-abnormal changes in the S-T segment and/or
-lower broadened P wave
- unexplained elevated serum triglyceride
- unexplained elevated cholesterol
- abnormal blood pressure, either high or low
- repeated infections
-viral and fungal
–candida and other yeast infections
- autoimmune disorder
-lupus erythematosus (LE)
-multiple sclerosis (MS)
-amyolateral sclerosis (ALS)
- chronic headaches
- severe dermatitis
- unexplained reactivity
- subnormal body temperature
- cold, clammy skin, especially hands and feet
- excessive perspiration, w/frequent night sweats
- unexplained sensory symptoms, including pain
- unexplained numbness or burning sensations
- unexplained anemia
- Chronic kidney disease
-receiving renal dialysis
- adrenal disease
- general fatigue
- loss of appetite/with or without weight loss
- loss of weight
The solution begins with removing the dentures as soon as possible and replacing them with non-amalgam fillings, like gold or ceramic.
Then, you’d have to undergo a detox to rid the body of all traces of mercury in your body.
I’ll share more as I learn more and go through my cleansing program.