Possible causes:

Food:

  • Fish, seafood, mushrooms (from the woods)

Industry and Environment:

Barometer, thermometer
Production of chlorox
Production of ink
Toner of laser printers and photocopiers
Fungicide (grains, fields, flowers)
Production of neon lights, paper, mirrors
Wood protection stainer
Industrial waste water, sludge
Tabacco
Air condition, filter
Crematorium
Chemical laboratories
Printers
Garbage plants
Textile printers
Softener
Dental offices

Found in:

Amalgams
Batteries, accumulators
Floor wax
Colours, tattoo colors, colors for leather
Felt materials and bandages
Ceramic
Preservatives (eye drops, liquid for contact lenses, nose drops)
Cosmetic, bleaching cream
Explosives, fireworks

Possible consequences:

 

Anaemia
Fear
Lack of appetite
Asthma, respiratory inflammation
Dried eyes
Immune disorders
High blood pressure
Candida infections
Depression
Abortions
Gastrointestinal disorders
Hear disorder
Joint pain
Weight loss
Equilibrium disorders
Heart disease
Immune weakness, infection attacks
Infertility
Itching
Concentration disorders
Headaches
Metal taste
Fatigue
MS, muscle weakness
Inflammation of the retina
Neurological disorders
Irritable bladder
Sight disorders
Increased saliva secretion
Speech disorders
Insomnia
Dizziness
Mood swings
Tremors
Nausea
Gum inflammations
Central nervous system disorders

Measures.

  • Removal of source
  • Selenium supplements
  • Zinc supplements, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and sulphur-containing amino acids like methionine, cysteine
  • Antioxidants
  • Lots of liquids, sweat (sauna) and sports

Literature:

  • Cuvin-Aralar, M. L., Furness, R.W.: mercury and selenium interaction: A review, Ecotoxicol, Environ. Safety 21 (1991) 348.
  • Daunderer, M.: Handbuch der Umweltgifte,. Ecomed-Verlag, Landsberg (1990)
  • Daunderer, M.: Besserung von Nerven- und Immunschäden nach Amalgamsanierung, Dtsch.Z.Biolog. Zahnmed. 6. (1990) 152.
  • Pleva, J.: Dental mercury: a public health hazard. Rev. Environ. Health 10 (1994) 1.
  • Ratcliffe, H.E. et al.: Human exposure to mercury: a critical assessment of the evidence of adverse health effects. J. Toxicol. Environ. Health 49 (1996) 221:
  • Schurgast, H.:, Quecksilber, Schweiz. Zschr. Ganzheitsmedizin, 2/1991, 363-370
  • Werbach, M.R.: Nutritional Influences on Illness, Third Line Press, Tarzana (CA, USA) 1988, 491.

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