Symptoms and Causes of Heavy
Heavy metals, including lead, are inhaled and absorbed through the skin in the smog in cities, industry, and on the highways. They are eaten in food (especially, meat, milk and processed food). They are in substances you place on your body. They are in your clothes, carpet, insecticides, and certain cooking utensils.
Symptoms of heavy metal poisoning include diarrhea, ringing in the ears, nausea, gastrointestinal problems, colic, rickets, extreme nervousness, headache, anemia, poor kidney and liver function, speech disturbances, memory loss, eczema, depression, fatigue, bronchitis, asthma, arthritis, weak and aching muscles, and softening of bones.