Reviews 0 Description A wide variety of debilitating and supposedly incurable conditions may actually be due to chronic mercury poisoning. Mercury poisoning can be easily cured if it is recognized. These conditions are seldom cured because mercury poisoning is believed to be rare. It is not. It is quite common. Thus, many people suffer needlessly.
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Why worry about mercury poisoning? What mercury poisoning does to you Do you have it? How to diagnose mercury poisoning What to do about mercury poisoning What to take for mercury poisoning Descriptions of stuff you can take Materia medica Appendix Index Excerpt from the Book: Medicine, controversy and mercury This is not the first time in the history of modern medicine that a very obvious disease was belittled and ignored.
Until recently it was believed that ulcers were entirely psychosomatic. After years of intense criticism and ridicule — about 20 years after the research was published — it has finally been accepted that most ulcers are due to helicobacter pylorii infection which can be easily cured with appropriate antibiotic therapy. At least by the medical schools and licensing boards.
Yet it is still common to find physicians who still treat ulcers by prescribing acid suppressors — as if they resulted from too much stomach acid.
Cholesterol was held out as the root cause of atherosclerosis and coronary artery disease for about 30 years during which the correct evidence that elevated homocysteine played a major role was ridiculed and ignored. A housewife fell ill. Her arthritis and other symptoms were diagnosed as psychosomatic. When her husband and children came down with similar symptoms, this was regarded as some kind of projection of her psychosomatic complaint. She was eventually able to convince physicians that the only crazy thing was assuming that something psychosomatic could be contagious!
Chronic Fatigue Immune Deficiency Syndrome is still routinely considered a psychiatric disorder despite the repeated publication of physical and laboratory abnormalities always found in victims of it. The disease was promptly eliminated by changing the formulation of certain infant care products.
Excerpt from the Book: Mainstream versus alternative medicine It is common for two conflicting but legitimate segments of the medical community to be at odds as to the methods for diagnosing and treating certain conditions.
Where there is more than one recommended method of diagnosis or therapy and none of them are used exclusively and uniformly by all physicians, a physician is acting ethically and in accordance with the law if he uses one of these approved methods, even if it later turns out to be the wrong one. If you want another diagnosis or treatment plan, you have to find another physician who follows different methods of diagnosis and treatment for this kind of condition.
Excerpt from the Book: What mercury poisoning does to you In an overall lifestyle sense, the fact that symptoms come and go leads to the victim having periods of weeks to years of being highly functional and productive, interspersed with periods of being nonproductive and having a hard time getting anything done.
Life seems to progress in fits and starts. Great progress is made on projects which later get shelved for long periods. As the disease continues, the productive periods become shorter, fewer, and farther between. There are emotional changes in mercury poisoning.
Depression slowly sets in. Victims feel fatigued and listless. They lack motivation — even for crucial tasks. They lose interest in their surroundings and in their own life. They do not enjoy life, or experience happiness or joy. They experience constant fear e. They may be very tense. They feel hopeless. They have a sense of impending doom. Every small problem is discouraging. Minor difficulties seem overwhelming and insurmountable.
The altered emotional state of a mercury intoxicated person leads to impaired interpersonal relationships. They become increasingly irritable and sensitive, reacting strongly to relatively innocent remarks. They may not be able to take orders, instructions, or suggestions without losing their temper.
They resent criticism and may interpret innocent remarks critically. They may have an exaggerated response to stimulation and become fearful or anxious and nervous.
They may project their fears and anxieties onto others, making inappropriate criticisms or attacks. They become shy and avoid dealing with strangers. While timid, they may unexpectedly lose self control with strangers. They may wish to visit with friends and family extensively, often wishing to engage in long, repetitive conversations, then withdraw for prolonged periods of time.
They withdraw more and more from social contacts. Intelligence gradually deteriorates. Previously bright persons become dull and slow in thinking. They suffer from a progressive decline specifically affecting short term memory as well as the faculties for logical reasoning. Thus their ability to do things like balance the checkbook, do math, or play chess suffers. They lose the ability to concentrate. Memory problems may be more from distractability and inability to concentrate and pay enough attention to get things INTO their memory than an actual failure to remember things thus they may complain of memory problems but do well on memory tests.
They cease being motivated towards their work or other tasks. Thoughts become heavy, repetitive and pedantic. Creative thinking becomes progressively more difficult, eventually becoming impossible. They become unable to select the right words to convey their meaning, and make stylistic and grammatical errors.
Their ability to express themselves declines progressively. There is a distinctive cognitive symptom of being unable to think clearly without great effort. The best description for people who have not experienced it is of a hangover without pain. Dreaming may be in black and white. Early physical symptoms include dizziness, tinnitus ringing in the ears , insomnia, daytime drowsiness, loss of appetite, a tendency towards diarrhea — often alternating with constipation, cold hands and feet, a tendency towards sweating some people have the opposite symptom and do not sweat at all , flushing or reddening of the skin — particularly on the face and neck.
Some people blush frequently, but others do not blush at all. Asthma is a symptom of chronic mercury poisoning. Digestive disturbances are also common. This often becomes painful and annoying enough to keep the victim up at night.
Even after fungus and yeast infection has been eliminated hyperkeratosis, often with papular erythema and itching are common. The hair becomes thinner, dryer, duller, less strongly colored, slower growing, and more brittle. The biological clock is disturbed. Victims may become photophobic and find bright light uncomfortable and unpleasant.
There may be visual disturbances, including alterations in color perception leading to reduced sensitivity to the color red, or color blindness. The ability to focus on distant objects may be sporadically impaired. Peripheral vision may be reduced in the most severe cases. The hands and feet often become distinctly cold. This can occur suddenly and is most distinctive when combined with sweating.
Later in more severe poisoning they may also tingle or lose feeling. It also causes excessive salivation and unusually bad breath. Your enemy, mercury, captured a beachhead in your teeth and fortified it with amalgam. Then it launched an attack. House to house. Organ to organ. Cell to cell. Slowly capturing your body. You win the war with a surgical strike. Dental surgery. Drill out those fillings. Removing your amalgam declares an armistice. Fighting stops, but the mercury atoms are still dug in wherever they reached.
Chelation sends clean up squads off to round up the enemy and escort them out. Meanwhile the surviving cells in your body get to work and to repair the war damage. Supplementation is like disaster relief — it makes the process go a lot faster.
There are two goals to treatment. First, get rid of the mercury. Second, control symptoms so you can be comfortable and productive during the prolonged period when mercury is removed and healing takes place. In order to control your symptoms it is necessary to identify the metabolic defects mercury is causing for you.
In your ongoing battle to control symptoms while the mercury comes out and your body repairs all the damage, you need to take a straightforward, common sense approach. Know yourself. If you react to everything, go slow, start with small doses of things, be patient. Start with the problems that are causing other problems. If your digestion is not working, get your guts fixed up since this will take a load off your liver and let you get helpful supplements and medicines into you.
Make sure your hormones are working right. Treat your body, not numbers on a lab report. Solve the other troublesome problems, and find solutions that work for you.
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Why worry about mercury poisoning? What mercury poisoning does to you Do you have it? How to diagnose mercury poisoning What to do about mercury poisoning What to take for mercury poisoning Descriptions of stuff you can take Materia medica Appendix Index Excerpt from the Book: Medicine, controversy and mercury This is not the first time in the history of modern medicine that a very obvious disease was belittled and ignored. Until recently it was believed that ulcers were entirely psychosomatic. After years of intense criticism and ridicule — about 20 years after the research was published — it has finally been accepted that most ulcers are due to helicobacter pylorii infection which can be easily cured with appropriate antibiotic therapy. At least by the medical schools and licensing boards.
Amalgam Illness: Diagnosis and Treatment
Why worry about mercury poisoning? What mercury poisoning does to you Do you have it? How to diagnose mercury poisoning What to do about mercury poisoning What to take for mercury poisoning Descriptions of stuff you can take Materia medica Appendix Index Excerpt from the Book: Medicine, Controversy and Mercury This is not the first time in the history of modern medicine that a very obvious disease was belittled and ignored. Until recently it was believed that ulcers were entirely psychosomatic.
Thanks to a spontaneous conversation with our website designer who, unbeknownst to us, had fibromyalgia and recovered after having her amalgam a. Finally concluding that mercury leakage from amalgam fillings was the cause of our own health issues, we had them all replaced. The ironic part of this story is that we got into the natural-health field in order to solve the very same personal health problems that we later realized were caused by our dental fillings. Please take a moment to read our detailed story by clicking the link below. I immediately told my business partner Laura , "We have to get this book"! Having been through the mercury nightmare and discovering how prevalent it is, we strongly believe mercury exposure by amalgam fillings and vaccine preservatives Thimersol, etc.