Symptoms of Toxicity

  • depending on the level to which toxins have penetrated the body, symptoms may be superficial or deep, and reflect the body’s attempt to eliminate toxins.
  • symptoms of toxicity can include headaches, joint pain, fatigue, irritability, depression, mental confusion, digestive disturbances, cardiovascular irregularities, flu-like symptoms, or allergic reactions such as hives, runny nose, sneezing, and coughing.
  • long standing toxicity leads to serious illness such as autoimmune diseases, arthritis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease, heart disease and cancer.
  • toxins may generate free radicals, which cause cellular damage and inflammation; combine with and destroy enzymes; stagnate in tissues and interfere with circulation, causing high blood pressure; and thicken the blood, resulting in decreased oxygenation and distribution of nutrients. Toxins can block the transmission of nerve impulses, resulting in psychological disturbances and can interact with hormones, causing glandular imbalance.