Heavy Metal Poisoning Symptoms & Sources

Heavy Metal Poisoning Test

Our world is saturated with many types of toxins and poisons. When used by a perpetrator with ill intent many of these generate similar symptoms which the victim experiences. The question is how much, what type, how often, and what dosage did you receive? Also, how well can your metabolism fend off these toxins or poisons when they are at a toxic level and are adversely affecting your physiology?

Heavy metals, toxins or poisons can be a hazard to your health when ingested in excess or when given to you unknowingly by a perpetrator. The perpetrator may add the poison to your food or drink or may administer the poison to you by injection or inhalation. We offer heavy metal toxicity and Poison testing service to determine the level of toxicity in your body so that proper measures could be done as soon as possible.

Heavy metal poisoning symptoms & sources

Below is a list of some of the heavy metal (poison) sources to consider.

  • Mercury Poisoning

Sources: Damaged mercury thermometers, amalgam fillings, seafood, cosmetics, pesticides, paints, fungicides, fabric softeners, floor waxes/polish, laxatives, suppositories, tattoos, hair dyes.

Symptoms: Fatigue, muscle weakness, vertigo, high blood pressure, nervousness, numbness, tingling in hands or feet, chest pain, irregular heartbeat, gastric disturbances, chronic disturbances, hearing problems, shallow breathing, speech disorders, tremors, metallic taste in the mouth, parasites, frequent colds. forgetfulness, and others.

  • LEAD Poisoning

Sources: Dyes, gasoline, lead-based paint, lead plumbing, pottery, insecticides, tobacco smoke, textiles, scrap metal, auto exhaust, canned fruit juices, crayons, hair coloring, air pollution, mascara, lead smelting, and others.

Symptoms: Abdominal pain, aching muscles and bones, blue-black line appearing near gums, clumsiness, confusion, constipation/diarrhea, headaches, high blood pressure, insomnia, drowsiness, weight loss, metallic taste an more.

  • Aluminum Poison

Sources: Soft drink cans, cookware, cheeses, baking powder, deodorants, white flour, tap water, stomach antacids, toothpaste, aluminum foil, auto exhaust, beer, cigarette filters, artificial food coloring, milk products, vaccinations and more.

Symptoms: Constipation, hyperactivity, allergies, memory problems, ulcers, and more.

  • Arsenic Poisoning

Sources: Tap water, coffee, industrial pollution, auto exhaust, pesticides, herbicides, household detergents, air pollution, seafood, well water, wine, and more.

Symptoms: Abdominal pain, confusion, constipation/diarrhea, dizziness, drowsiness, edema, hair loss, headaches, appetite loss, extremity nerve pain, sore throat, general weakness, and more.

  • Cadmium Poisoning

Sources: Cigarette tobacco, coffee, gasoline, steel cooking pans, tap water, metal pipes, rubber, fertilizer, dental alloys, batteries, candy, cereals, colas, fungicides, refined grains, plastics, marijuana, evaporated milk, motor oil, oysters, paint, pesticides, processed foods, soft drinks, pharmaceutical and recreational drugs, and more.

Symptoms: Headaches, heart problems, anemia, hypertension, and more.

  • Copper Poisoning

Sources: Mineral supplements, hard water, hot tubs, swimming pools chemicals, cookware, birth control and other estrogen medications, copper IUD’s, dental materials, brackets and jewelry, cooking utensils, piping/plumbing, fungicides, industrial emissions, insecticides, oysters, chocolate, refrigerator icemakers, some city water, well water, and more.

Symptoms: Anemia, bitter taste, deposits in the eye, depression, diarrhea, digestive disorders, eczema, excitability, hardening of the skin, high blood pressure, hyperactivity, insomnia, nasal irritation, nausea, and more.

Other poisons and there are many, many, not discussed here might include

Anti-Freeze, Cyanide, Strychnine many of the cleaners, solvents, and drain cleaner products found under your sink or in the garage.

Most of these toxic metals or combinations can be used in excess when administered by a third party perpetrator. Typical symptoms the victim may endure might include headaches, nausea, vomiting, hair loss, general system slowdown, complexion changes, weakness, mental amnesia, memory loss, vision complications, sex drive loss, and many more. I’m certain you can add a few of your own.