Arsenic Poisoning and the link to cognitive and sensory disorders

A clear bottle filled with liquid, sitting on a printed element of arsenic from the periodic table.

Arsenic is one of the most common heavy metals we see in hair reports. The body stores the heavy metals in soft tissues, as the body can’t deal with it. This can then impact many organs such as kidney, liver and other soft tissue. When the body starts balancing through nutrition and mineral supplementation, it has the ability to handle the toxins it couldn’t handle before, we then see the arsenic leaving the body during re tests, normally around 3 months later. 

Arsenic Poisoning can affect cognitive function as well as headaches, drowsiness, seizures and other health complications. Arsenic can affect neurological conditions including brain and nerve damage. 


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