palatine amygdala (L/R) - kidney (ss)
It is caused by various agents to which the body is exposed continuously, being unable to eliminate them. It can present as mild or acute chronic intoxication.
It can affect the body in different ways, from chronic inflammation like allergy: cephaloea, dizziness, drowsiness, alterations of the psyche (irritability, hyperactivity, depression ...) abdominal pain, abdominal distension, gastro-intestinal alteration, gastritis, diarrhea , among others. Symptoms can be confused with food intolerance.
Various agents can be harmful to the human body, mainly food, cosmetics or chemicals in the environment. Search for the causative agents:
- Most common agents present in foods:
mercury (seafood, dental amalgam), aluminum (packaging), bismuth, artificial colors, food aditives, agrochemicals, insecticides, herbicides, lead (kitchen utensils), arsenic, medicines.
- Most common agents present in the home:
detergents, bleach, ammonia, dyes, flavorings, paints, varnishes, glues, solvents, carpets, upholstery, kitchen utensils, cleaning supplies, PVC, asbestos, synthetic resin.
- Personal hygiene items:
Soaps, shampoo, antiperspirants, lotions, perfumes, fragrances, cosmetics (eye shadows, mascara, nail varnish).
- Agents present in the environment:
Formaldehyde, particles suspended in the air (several compounds), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), lead, mercury, chromium, cadmium.
The toxic agents vary according to the environment where the person lives, much more dangerous if you are near an industrial area, toxic substances can get through the air or contaminated water.