What is Mercury Poisoning?
Mercury poisoning occurs when there is exposure to a large amount of mercury or when small amounts of exposure over a period of time causes mercury to accumulate in the body leading to noticeable problems.
Symptoms of Mercury Poisoning
Mercury is a soft tissue seeker. Therefore, mercury spreads out all over the body entering the soft tissue organs. For example, mercury will get stored in your soft tissue organs like your heart, brain, muscles, liver and kidneys. Eventually, the mercury will begin irritating the organs. The organs irritated the most will determine the expression of symptoms.
Mercury and Your Heart
Mercury has serious affect on the heart. If the body is storing large amounts of mercury in the heart, it will cause enlargement of the heart. Then, the heart may struggle to function. Mercury poisoning can cause symptoms such as high blood pressure where the top number (systolic blood pressure) is raised significantly but the bottom number (diastolic blood pressure) is normal. READ MORE ON THIS TOPIC
Mercury and Your Brain
Unfortunately, mercury can have serious affects on your brain as well. It can cause symptoms such as migraine headaches or symptoms identical to autism, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Disease. READ MORE AND SEE VIDEOS ON THIS TOPIC
Mercury and Your Kidneys
The kidneys are responsible for helping to clear mercury from your body. As the kidneys are trying to remove the mercury from your body, the mercury can build up and irritate them causing them to fail. With time, a physician may diagnose kidney (renal) failure. READ MORE AND SEE VIDEOS ON THIS TOPIC
Mercury and Your Baby
The placental barrier does not prevent the crossing of mercury into the womb. Once in the womb, mercury harms the developing baby. We can now attribute various birth defects to mercury poisoning of the baby while in the womb. READ MORE ON THIS TOPIC
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