Heavy metal toxicity has proven to be a major threat and there are several health risks associated with it. The toxic effects of these metals, even though they do not have any biological role, remain present in some or the other form harmful for the human body and its proper functioning. They sometimes act as a pseudo element of the body while at certain times they may even interfere with metabolic processes. Few metals, such as aluminium, can be removed through elimination activities, while some metals get accumulated in the body and food chain, such as mercury, exhibiting a chronic nature.
Understanding how heavy metal toxicity played a part in seizure activity was a game changer. Working through mercury chelation (slowly and gently), as well as changing our lifestyle and diet allowed the 95% toxic mercury and aluminum number that we found was a game changer and one of the key protocols we used for overall seizure recovery.
Everything from the air we breathe to the water we drink can be subject to containing or delivering toxic metals into our bodies: This exposure can lead to extreme neurotoxicity.
The affect of heavy metals and their subtle, silent, stalking, killer disposition cannot be understated. They enter our body through a variety of ways, and slowly accumulate in vital organs and the central nervous system without being noticed or diagnosed – that is until our degraded health demands investigation. The threat is serious enough that even prenatal exposure to certain heavy metals has been found to predispose infants to seizures and epilepsy.
Acute toxic metal exposure disables the body’s natural ability to buffer them, which then compromises other areas that are involved such as metabolic and neurological functions. This cascading effects result in inability to excrete toxic metals. Consequently, he accumulation of mercury and other toxic metals in various areas of the body, and the inability to detoxify mercury and other toxic metals leads to significant imbalances of necessary vitamin and mineral levels in the brain and G.I. tract.
Final destination: neurological and digestive system effects.
A specially designed Seizure Recovery Heavy Metal Protocol is available for you to learn where the heavy metal exposures have come from in your life, how they are affecting your seizures, and what you can do, naturally, to remedy the heavy metal aspect of seizure recovery as we have done.