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Heavy metals slowly accumulate in all our organs causing a myriad of symptoms from fatigue to cancer. They increase the production of free radicals in the body a million-fold, setting the stage for chronic disease and premature aging. Copper and nickel in plumbing, cadmium in cigarette smoke, arsenic in water, and mercury in dental fillings and vaccines all add up to an overload of toxic metals. They can also compete for essential minerals and cause severe deficiencies (eg. low zinc sets the stage for prostate cancer).

This site focuses on toxic metals obtained through the use of mercury dental amalgams. About 85 percent of our population, over 200 million people, have at least one of their cavities filled with an dental amalgam These amalgams are made up of approximately 50% mercury. The most dangerous route of mercury exposure is the inhalation of mercury vapor, which is especially released when a person chews gum, chews food, drinks a hot beverage and brushes teeth. Could it be that this exposure to mercury and other toxic metals is causing untold damage to our health? That is the question being debated in one of the greatest health controversies of our time.

Is this controversy worth your time researching? Consider the following list of some of the well known signs and symptoms of mercury vapor exposure and ask yourself if you can afford not to.

 

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
Anxiety/nervousness, often with difficulty in breathing
Restlessness
Exaggerated response to stimulation
Fearfulness
Emotional instability
Lack of self control, fits of anger, with violent, irrational behavior
Loss of self confidence
Indecision, shyness or timidity, being easily embarrassed
Loss of memory
Inability to concentrate
Lethargy/drowsiness
Insomnia, mental depression, despondency
Withdrawal
Suicidal tendencies
Manic-depression
Numbness and tingling of hands, feet, fingers, toes, or lips
Muscleweakness progressing to paralysis
Ataxia
Tremors/trembling of hands, feet, lips, eyelids, or tongue
Incoordination
Myoneural transmission failure resembling Myasthenia Gravis
HEAD, NECK, ORAL CAVITY DISORDERS
Motor neuron disease (ALS)
Multiple Sclerosis
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)
Leukoplakia
Stomatitis
Ulceration of gingiva, palate, tongue
Dizziness/acute, chronic vertigo
Ringing in the ears, hearing difficulties, speech and visual impairment
Glaucoma
Restricted, dim vision
CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS
Abnormal heart rhythm
Characteristic findings on EKG:
-abnormal changes in the S-T segment
-lower and broadened P wave
Unexplained, elevated serum triglyceride
Unexplained, elevated cholesterol
Abnormal blood pressure, either high or low
IMMUNOLOGIC EFFECTS
Repeated infections
Viral and fungal infections
Candida or other yeast infections
Microbacteria infections
Cancer
Auto immune disorders
Arthritis
Lupus erythematosus (LE)
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Scieroderma
Amytrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Hypothyroidism
SYSTEMIC EFFECTS
Chronic headaches
Allergies
Severe dermatitis
Unexplained reactivity
Thyroid disturbance
Subnormal body temperature
Cold, clammy skin, especially hands and feet
Excessive perspiration, with frequent night sweats
Unexplained sensory symptoms, including pain
Unexplained numbness, or burning sensations
Unexplained anemia
G-6-PD deficiency
Chronic kidney disease
Nephrotic syndrome
Receiving renal dialysis
Kidney infection
Adrenal disease
General fatigue
Loss of appetite/with or without weight loss
Loss of weight
Hypoglycemia