Possible causes:

  • Cigarette smoke
  • Toner from Laser printers and photocopiers
  • Hair bleach, Hair color and permanent hair products
  • Jewelry, money (coins)
  • Rubbing off from chrome-nickel-stainless steel-pots and pans
  • Dental materials
  • Metal products in the industry, alloys
  • Industrial gases
  • Carbon and oil burning
  • Production or elimination from used nickel-cadmium batteries
  • Body-care and cosmetic products
  • Fungicide
  • Ceramic
  • Orthopedic and medical implants
  • Hardened fat and oil
  • Using an old chromium covered scissor

Possible consequences:

  • Allergies, asthma, skin inflammation
  • Disturbed brain circulation
  • Lung cancer, carcinomas of the sinus.

Measures:

  • Search for cause and avoid a new contamination
  • Intake of antioxidants
  • Supplementation of Vitamin C

Literature:

  • Daunderer, M.: Handbuch der Umweltgifte. Ecomed- Verlag, Landsberg (1990), Nickel III-3,Goyer, R.A. et al.: Metal toxicology. Academic Press, San Diego (CA, USA) 1995.
  • Neuburger, N. et al.: Kompendium Umweltmedizin. Medi Verlagsges., Hanburg (1996) 217-219
  • Sunderman, F.W.: Disorders of mineral Metabolism, Academic Press, (1981) Volt. 1, 201-232
  • Zelikoff, J.T., Thomas, P.T.: Immunotoxicology of environmental and occupational metals. Taylor & Francis, Longon (1998).

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