Toxic Metals 101 – Cadmium Toxicity

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Toxic Metals 101 – Cadmium Toxicity

48-Cadmium-Tile

 

(Lily Whitehawk for Total Health RESONANCE)

Symptoms of Cadmium toxicity:

*Fatigue

*Headache

*Dizziness

*Weakness

*Chills (acute exposure to fumes)

*Fever (acute exposure to fumes)

*Muscle aches (acute exposure to fumes)

*Emphysema

*Anemia

*Vomiting

*Kidney dysfunction and failure

*Gout

*Kidney stones

*Cancer, especially prostate cancer

*Neurological disorders

*Psychological disorders

*Decreased bone density

*Brittle bones

*Impaired sense of smell

*Dryness and irritation of the nose and throat

*Cough

*Chest pain

*Cancer

*Pain in the back and joints

 

Target areas:

*Lungs

*Liver

*Kidneys

*Musculo-skeletal system

 

Sources of Cadmium Toxicity:

*Electroplating

*Air, water and soil in industrialized areas

*Food grown in contaminated soil and water, especially rice

*Liver and kidneys of adult animals

*Cigarettes

*Air, water and soil around industrial waste sites and facilities

*Workplaces that make batteries, coatings or plastics

*Metal refining and smelting plants

*Artist paints and pastels

*Nickel cadmium batteries

*Phosphates in fertilizers as well as soil treated with these fertilizers

*Some jewelry

*Some decorative glass paint

 

Visit your wellness center or health care professional to find out if you have heavy metal toxicity. A good provider will test either your hair, blood or urine (or a combination of these three), as well as do an intake consisting of extensive questions and analysis of your symptoms and past environmental and health history.

 

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