How Toxins Affect Systems of the Body

March 2, 2018

Did you know that the Ideal PH level for your body is approximately 7.4, in an alkaline state. Disease cannot live in an alkaline state. However, most of our bodies turn acidic as a result of your body's inability to properly rid itself of the overabundance of toxins it is exposed to daily.


Toxins cause free radicals that destroy cells in the body and bind to cytokines (immune system information pathways) damaging those immune system pathways resulting in reduced immune system function. The normal process of your body is to rid itself of harmful toxins through normal elimination like urinary track, colon, lungs, skin, and mucus lining of your nose and ears. In an attempt to do so, your body may create symptoms like diarrhea, a skin rash, nasal discharge, cough or congestion, and even ear discharge/infections to try and protect your cells against toxins.


When your body is unable to rid the overload of toxins it starts to store them in your fat cells and then into your connective tissues such as bones, blood, ligaments, muscle tissue and nerve tissues causing pain and disease. Not only is your physical body affected but also the emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of you. All of your glands, brain, nervous system and endocrine system become compromised and do not function properly. This results in issues with your hormones, moods, thinking, and energy levels.


Systems of the Body Affected by Toxins:


 The Immune System: causing an increase tendency to allergies and recurrent respiratory (nose, sinus, or lung) or ear infections.


The Defense Systems: of human bodies making them prone to cancer. (Infants and young children, as well as adults, are presently developing cancer at an alarming rate)


The Brain & Nervous System: causing headaches, difficulty thinking or remembering, inexplicable emotional ups & downs, inconsolable depression, irritability, moodiness, aggression, hyperactivity or extreme fatigue


The Reproductive System: causing a wide variety of sexual problems and infertility


The Endocrine System: contribution to illnesses such as diabetes, Thyroid Disease, and weakened adrenal glands


The Muscular System: causing twitches, tics, muscle pains or weakness, in time possibly leading to Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or Parkinson's Disease


The Skeletal System: causing chronic swelling and stiffness that eventually leads to pain or permanent joint deformities


The Heart and Circulatory System: causing high blood pressure or irregular heart beats


The Blood Vessels: causing abnormal bleeding into the skin, joints, breasts, urine and elsewhere


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Article by Brynna Lyon from True Essence

Certified Energy Therapist, Holistic life Coach, & IonCleanse Foot Detox Services

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