Toxin accumulation in the body can really take a toll on your health.
Our body is equipped with efficient organs to filter and eliminate its own toxins. However, in modern times, we consume far too many toxin for the body to handle. These toxins are ingested due to pollution, and inadvertent and ignorant consumption of pesticides, preservatives, food additives, heavy metals, plastics and other environmental chemicals…
In the body, toxin overload impairs the proper functioning of organs and prevent their filtering processes from being performed optimally. Many people suffer smaller to greater afflictions, unaware that simple purification of the body, helping filters organs, might change and improve their lives.
Even if you sleep well, there are times when you feel the scourge of constant fatigue. This could be a sign that your body is having to work very hard to get rid of toxins that flow into it. How can you cope with fatigue? If your solution is “coffee” or “confectioneries”, you can bet that they will only add to the problem. Chronic fatigue may also be due to to endocrine disrupting chemicals that can damage your immune system.
Persistent weight gain
It is never easy to lose weight, but even after working out daily and reducing your calorie intake, if your kilos still don’t go away, it could be that you are suffering from a hormonal problem. It is an interesting fact that our natural hormonal function can be greatly affected by toxic chemicals in foods and cosmetics.
Maybe a complete detox, which includes changing your regular diet and ditching your cosmetics, can help you lose those extra pounds.
Poor quality of sleep
A body overloaded with toxin sleeps badly. They adversely affect the production of melatonin- the hormone responsible for regulating sleep cycles- and makes it difficult to get a good night’s rest.
Your mood can be heavily influenced by a good or a bad meal. Eating unhealthy food that are full of toxins for long can make you depressed. The problem is, even when you improve your diet, toxins block the nutrients they contain and prevent them from reaching your brain.
A body “clogged” with toxin is unable to recover without a detox. It makes you feel heavy and sluggish.
If you brush twice, floss, use a mouthwash and still can’t leave your bad breath behind, digestive problems probably isn’t the culprit., It may mean that your liver is unable to effectively get rid of toxin.
Coated tongue – white or yellow
Accumulation of toxins in the blood can lead to white or yellow coating on the tongue.
Intestines get rid of many toxins every day. When we are constipated, these toxins accumulate and, can negatively affect our system. In addition to stomach pain, constipation can cause headaches and fatigue. This also concerns the level of toxins, especially if you eat a lot of processed foods filled with chemicals, pesticides and preservatives.
Sensitivity to odors
Strong reactions to smells, especially perfumes, could mean that you are simply sensitive to chemicals, like many of us. It can also mean that your body is fighting a toxic overload- Especially if strong smells give you headaches and stomach aches.
If your muscle pain is not to your workout yesterday, it could be that the toxins in your system are doing their workout on your muscles and joints. It is the most probable cause especially if your pain is regular.
Acne, rashes and other skin problems can indicate a toxin overload. Acne, in particular can be linked to toxins in our food or skin care products. Puffy eyes and outbreaks of eczema or psoriasis can also be signs that you have crossed your toxicity limit. Topical treatment will not help you if the cause of your skin problem is due to excessive toxins in the body.
In such cases, detoxification is the only way out. But detoxification is often accompanied by emerging rashes and other skin problems, especially if many toxins are released. These effects will dissipate when the process is complete and should not be confused with a worsening of the problem.
Color changes of urine and feces
Alterations in color and smell of urine and feces can be indications of a severe health problem.
Even if such a problem arises from urinary tract or intestinal infection,they are also suggestive of liver problems.
Urine generally has a pale yellow color when the body is well hydrated. However, in case of jaundice, it might turn mustard yellow. Similarly, a liver that contains too much toxins can cause stool to turn pale or even black.
Fluid retention is more common in people with kidney disease, but it may also suggest liver problems.
It manifests with inflammation in the feet, legs and other body parts, and can be easily identified by pressing one’s finger on these parts; the finger impression remains there for seconds and is indicative of water retention.