Alert! You may have an overload of toxins in your body
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Alert! You may have an overload of toxins in your body

Toxins are present everywhere, in the food we consume and the environment we live in

Alert! You may have an overload of toxins in your body

Toxins are present everywhere, in the food we consume and the environment we live in. Many times the human body tends to absorb these toxins. Organs like kidneys, the lymphatic system, and the liver are designed to protect us from toxicants but an overload of toxins can disturb the body balance and damage the body functioning.

Why do our bodies absorb toxins?

Over the years the way we live has evolved. We have been forced to move towards adulterated products and have generally adapted to a harmful lifestyle.  According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), in the last three years, the air pollution rate has increased, all over the world,  up to 10%, affecting the human respiratory system.

Not only this, pesticides sprayed on crops, chemicals injected in fruits and vegetables for their fast growth, animals we eat and feed on. Moreover, the chemicals such as parabens, formaldehyde and phenoxyethanol used in cosmetics and preservatives in food, are some other ways through which toxins enter our body.

What happens when toxins build up in the body?

With proper measures and medical advice, one can get rid of toxins and experience the joy of purity once again. If toxins get accumulated in the body it can lead to an immense number of sufferings. First of all, they target the enzymes inside your body and will hinder them from functioning well.

A well physiological functioning body is dependent on enzymes but when harmful chemicals affect enzymes, it prevents the production of haemoglobin in blood which causes weakness and aging. It can lower the protection against oxidative stress. Omission in these normal body functions can increase the risk of chronic diseases like cancer,  cardiovascular disease, Parkinson's and chemical pneumonia.

Warning signs of overloaded toxins in the body.

To prevent such risk, it is important to keep an eye on the early signs of an overabundance of harmful chemicals in the body. Here are  the signs of your body being infected by toxins:


Due to chemical toxins many people experience extreme fatigue, especially when they come in contact with recreational drugs,  pesticides, and exposure to mobile phones. One can feel muscle pain, body weakness, and disrupted muscle metabolism.

Skin problems:

When an individual absorbs toxins through their skin,  they can come across skin problems like acne, skin irritation, rashes and skin damage. According to emedihealth, a health website, toxins that can harm the skin are acrylic resin, rubber additives, chemical intermediates,  pesticides and fertilisers, commercial chemicals, detergents, and substandard cleaning agents. Exposure to these chemicals can also cause skin infection, skin injuries, skin cancer, and allergies.

Mood swings:

There are certain chemicals such as synthetic fragments,  Toluene, Styrene and xylene present in products such as room fresheners,  cleaners, paint, candles and hygienic products. These affect the nervous and endocrine systems. It can further develop in psychological illnesses like depression, sleep disturbance, mood swings and anxiety.  Long-term exposure to neurotoxins can also cause irreversible effects of degenerative brain disorder.

Hormonal imbalance:

Usage of toxins over a long period of time can impair hormonal function. There can be different reasons too for hormonal disturbance. According to the research of NCBI, overconsumption of dairy products can lead to hormonal imbalance because of the growth hormones present in them. Packed foods also contribute to the same because of the chemical xenoestrogens present in them.


Accumulation of toxins in the body can show chronic constipation also. Some of the notable toxins and agents causing constipation come from excessive consumption of vitamin D, anticholinergics, narcotics,  antidepressants and psychiatric medications.