Heavy Metals In Atmosphere, Autism, ADD & Illness, It’s All Connected (Video)
By N. Morgan
Many still doubt the Chemtrail and Geoengineering programs and the danger they pose to us and our environment. Many people have complained of varying symptoms, from Asthma, to Morgellons Disease. One has to begin to wonder what exactly these toxins are doing to our bodies. Are autism and other illnesses linked to heavy metals in the atmosphere being sprayed by chemtrails and climate and Geoengineering? In the video below, we hear from Dane Wigington who explores the theory of government chemical spraying effecting the environment and health of children and adults in this excerpt from the Buzzsaw interview.
Many research studies have linked heavy metal toxicity such as lead, mercury and aluminum with a wide range of illnesses and health conditions that cause serious harm to the lungs, brain, heart, liver, kidney, bones, GI tract, reproductive systems, and damage DNA.
Symptoms & conditions related to heavy metal toxicity
• Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and all autoimmune diseases
• Mood swings, depression, anxiety, schizophrenic-like behavior
• Neurotransmitter dysfunction
• Thyroid and adrenal dysfunction
• Inflammatory brain conditions, autism, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s
• Chronic infections, bacterial, viral and Candida
• ADD, lower IQ and learning problems
• Food allergies and sensitivities
• Infertility and reproductive problems in both men and women
• Genital malformation
• Brain fog, confusion, forgetfulness, memory loss, dementia
• Hair loss, premature graying hair
• Chronic muscle and tendon pain
• Kidney and liver disease
• Mineral and nutrient deficiencies
• Digestive problems, IBS and gastrointestinal complaints
• Migraines, headaches, visual disturbances
• Respiratory, lung and heart problems
• Nervous system malfunctions: burning extremities, numbness, tingling
Metal toxicity is connected with all sorts of health problems and diseases that many people think are related to just getting older. These are also diseases many doctors suggest managing with drugs. Medical schools have failed to educate doctors of the dangers of heavy metal toxicity. If you ask your doctor to test for heavy metals because you feel a sense of deep heaviness, are tired, depressed or experience achy or chronic joint pain for no reason, all too often the request is dismissed and instead you’ll probably get a prescription for an antidepressant.
Heavy metals build up in the body over time and present no discernible symptoms in the early stages. The top three heavy metals most harmful to our health include arsenic, lead and mercury. In a Brown University study, researchers found nearly 23 percent of women aged 16-49 met or exceeded levels for all three environmental chemical pollutants — lead, mercury and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) — and 56 percent of the women exceeded the median for two or more of these three pollutants. All but 17.3 percent of the women were at or above the level for one or more of these toxic chemicals.
Source: Before It’s News