Symptoms That Your Body Is Overloaded With Toxins


toxins in bodyBy: Krystle Crossman

As you go along in life our bodies change. You may notice things happening to you that you have never noticed before such as fatigue or headaches. Most of the time you just pass these off as symptoms that can be ignored but your body is probably trying to tell you something. Here are four ways that your body can tell you that you have too many toxins in your system.

1. When you eat a proper diet you should be moving your bowels at least once per day. This indicates that your digestive system is working the way that it should. If you are constantly constipated, the toxins from your waste will back up into your body and cause problems. To help with constipation try more exercise, eating a probiotic, drinking more water, or drinking herbal tea.

2. Almost everyone has morning breath but when that bad breath lasts all through the day, you may have a problem. Halitosis is caused by the bacterium that is in your mouth that release odors. It could also be an indication that your colon and liver are having a little trouble. Try using a tongue scraper to get rid of the excess bacteria and yeast that is sitting on your tongue. You can also try eating sprigs of cilantro and parsley.

3. If you have a strong sense of smell or have strong reactions to the lightest of smells you may have too many toxins in your body. When the liver cannot process effectively, our senses become heightened. This can result in headaches, hypersensitive sense of smell, and nausea. To help your liver out, try a castor oil pack, milkweed thistle, or dandelion root.

4. You just can’t get rid of that last five pounds. There could be many reasons for your body’s resistance to weight-loss this but one of the biggest reasons is due to excess toxins. There are “fat-loving” toxins that we can have in our body which are found in the fat cells and can make it very hard to get rid of. Eat organic foods when possible and make sure that your bodily functions, such as sleeping, eating, pooping, and sweating are all still fairly regular.



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