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Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems
  1. #1
    Lost InSpace Guest

    Default Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems


    I don't know if this is going to amount to a hill of beans, but I had
    nothing better to do, so here goes.


    The following are a list of Heavy Metals that can cause psychosis and/or
    SZ in toxic levels, with >Sources Of and >Possible Effects.



    ALUMINUM:

    Sources of;

    alum, aluminum foil, animal feed, antacids, aspirin, auto exhuast,
    baking powder, commercially-raised beef, bleached flour, cans, ceramics,
    commercial cheese, cigarette filters, color additives, construction
    materials, cookware, cosmetics, some dental amalgams, deoderants,
    drinking water, drying agents, dust, insulated wiring, medicinal
    compounds, milk products, nasal spray, pesticides, pollution, salt, tap
    water, tobacco smoke, some toothpaste, treated water, vanilla powder.

    Possible Effects;

    ALS, Alzheimer's, anemia, appetite loss, behavioral problems, cavities,
    colds, colitis, confusion, constipation, dementia, dry mouth, dry skin,
    energy loss, excessive perspiration, flatuence, headaches, heartburn,
    hyperactivity, inhibition of enzyme systems, kidney dysfunction, lowered
    immune function, learning disabilities, leg twitching, liver
    dysfunction, memery loss, neuromuscular disorders, numbness,
    osteoporosis, paralysis, Parkinson's disease, peptic ulcer, psychosis,
    reduced intestinal activity, senility, skin problems, spleen problems,
    stomach pain, weak and aching muscles.


    CADMIUM:

    Sources Of;

    airbourne industrial contaminants, batteries, candy, ceramics, cigarette
    smoke, colas, congenital intoxication, copper refineries, copper alloys,
    tap water, electroplating fertilizers, food from contaminated soil,
    fungicides, incineration of tires/ rubber/ plastic, instant coffee, iron
    roofs, kidney, liver, marijauna, processed meats, evaporated milk, motor
    oil, oysters, paint, pesticides, galvanized pipes, processed foods,
    refined grains/flour/cereals, rubber, rubber carpet backing, seafoods
    (cod, haddock, oysters, tuna), sewage, silver polish, smelters, soft
    water, solders (including food cans), tobacco, vending machine soft
    drinks, tools, vapor lamps, water (city, softened, well), welding
    material.


    Possible effects;

    alcoholism, alopecia, anemia, arthitis (osteo and rheumatoid), bone
    disease, bone pain in middle of bones, cancer, cardiovascular disease,
    cavities, cerebral hemorrhage, cirrhosis, diabetes, digestive
    disturbance, emphysema, enlarged heart, flulike symptoms, growth
    impairment, heahaches, high cholesterol, hyperkinetic behavior,
    hypertension, hypoglycemia, impotence, inflammation, infertility, kidney
    disease, learning disorders, liver damage, migraines, nerve cell damage,
    osteporosis, prostate dysfunction, reproductive disorders,
    schizophrenia, stroke.


    COPPER:

    Sources Of;

    congenital intoxication, copper cookware, copper IUDs, copper pipes,
    dental alloys, fungcides, ice makers, industrial emissions,
    insecticides, swimming pools, water (city/well), welding, avocados,
    beer, bluefish, bone meal, chocolate, corn oil, crabs, gelatin, grains,
    lamb, liver, lobster, margarine, milk, mushrooms, nuts, organ meats,
    oysters, perch, seeds, shellfish, soybeans, tofu, wheat germ, yeast,
    birth control pills, (elevate copper levels in the body)

    Possible Effects;

    acne, adrenal insufficiency, allergies, alopecia, anemia, anorexia,
    arthitis (osteo and rheumatoid), autism, cancer, cystic fibrosis,
    depression, diabetes, digestive disorders, dry mouth, dysinsulism,
    estrogen dominance, fatigue, fears, fractures, fungus, heart attack,
    high blood pressure, Hodgkin's disease, hyperactivity, hypertension,
    hyperthyroid, low hydrochloric acid, hypoglycemia, infections,
    inflammation, insomnia, iron loss, jaundice, kidney disorders, libido
    decreased, lymphoma, mental illness, migraines, mood swings, multiple
    sclerosis, myocardial infarction, nausea, nervousness, osteoporosis,
    pancreatic disfunction, panic attacks, paranoia, phobias, PMS,
    schizophrenia, senility, sexual dysfunction, spacey feeling, stuttering,
    stroke, tooth decay, toxemia of pregnancy, urinary tract infection,
    yeast infection.


    IRON:

    Sources Of;

    drinking water, iron cookware, iron pipes, welding, foods; blackstrap
    molasses, bone meal, bran, chives, clam, heart, kidney, leafy
    vegatables, legumes, liver, meat, molasses, nuts, organ meats oysters,
    parsley, red wine, refined foods, shellfish, soybeans, wheat germ, whole
    grains.

    Possible Effects;

    amenorrhea, anger, rheumatoid arthitis, birth defects, bleeding gums,
    cancer, constipation, diabetes, dizziness, emotional problems, fatigue,
    headache, heart damage, heart failure, hepatitis, high blood pressure,
    hostility, hyperactivity, infections, insomnia, irritability, loint
    pain, liver disease, loss of weight, mental problems, metallic taste in
    mouth, myasthenia gravis, nausea, pacreas damage, Parkinson's disease,
    premature aging, schizophrenia, scurvy, shortness of breath,
    stubborness.


    LEAD:

    Sources Of;

    ash, auto exhaust, battery manufacturing, bone meal, canned fruit and
    juice, cigarette smoke, coal combustion, colored inks, congenital
    intoxication, cosmetics, electroplating, household dust, glass
    production, hair dyes, industrial emissions, lead pipes, lead-glazed
    earthenware pottery, liver, mascara, metal polish, milk, newsprint,
    commercial organ meats, paint, pencils, pesticides, produce near roads,
    putty, rainwater, pvc comtainers, refineries, smelters, snow, tin cans
    with lead solder sealing (such as juices, vegetable), tobacco,
    toothpaste, tap water, wine.

    Possible Effects;

    abdominal pain, adrenal insufficiency, allergies, anemia, anorexia,
    anxiety, arthitis (rheumatoid and osteo), attention deficit disorder,
    autism, back pain, behavioral disorders, blindness, cardiovascular
    disease, cartiage destruction, coordination loss, concentration loss,
    constipation, convulsions, deafness, depression, dyslexia, emotional
    instability, encephalitis, epilespy, fatigue, gout, hallucinations,
    headaches, hostility, hyperactivity, hypertension, hypothyroid,
    impotence, immune suppression, decreased IQ, indigestion, infertility,
    insomnia, irritability, joint pain, kidney disorder, learning
    disability, loss of will, momory loss (long term), mensrtual problems,
    mood swings, muscle aches, muscle weakness, muscular dystrophy, mutiple
    sclerosis, myelopathy (spinal cord pathology), nausea, nephritis,
    nightmares, numbness, Parkinson's disease, peripheal neuropathies,
    psychosis, psychomotor dsyfunction, pyorrhea, renal dysfunction,
    restlessness, retardation, schizophrenia, seizures, sterility,
    stillbirths, sudden death syndrome, tingling, tooth decay, vertigo,
    unintentional weight loss.



    MERCURY:

    Sources Of;

    adhesives, air conditioner filters, algacides, antiseptics, battery
    manufacturing, body powders, broken thermometers, burning newspaper and
    building materials, calomel lotions, commercial cereals, congenital
    intoxication, cosmetics, dental amalgams, diuretics, fabric softeners,
    felt, floor waxes, fungicides, germincides, commercial grains,
    industrial waste, insecticides, laxatives, lumber, manufacture of paper
    and chlorine, medications, mercurochrome, paints, paper products,
    persticides, [hotoengraving, polluted water, Preparation H, psoriasis
    ointment, seafoods (especially tuna and swordfish), sewage disposal,
    skin-lightening creams, some soft contact lens solutions, suppositories,
    tanning leather, tattooing, water (contaminated), wood preservatives.

    Possible Effects;

    adrenal dysfunction, allergy, alopecia, anorexia, birth defects,
    blushing, brain damages, cataracts, cerebral palsy, poor
    coordination/jerky movements, deafness, depression, dermatitis,
    discouragement, dizziness, drowziness, eczema, emotional disturbances,
    excess saliva, fatigue, gum bleeding and soreness, headaches (band
    type), hearing loss, hyperactivity, hypothyroidism, forgetfulness,
    immune dysfunction, insomnia, irritability, joint pain, kidney damge,
    loss of self-control, memory loss, mental retardation, metallic taste,
    migraines, nervousness, nerve fiber degeneration, numbness, pain in
    limbs, rashes, retinitis, schizophrenia, shyness, speech disorders,
    suicidal tendencies, tingling, tremors (eyelids, lips, tingue, fingers,
    extremities), vision loss, weakness.






    Someone might want to save this info to a webpage for future reference.


  2. #2
    Valsorim Guest

    Default Re: Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems

    Although you don't cite any sources, this is a valuable laundry list of
    toxin sources and potential effects.

    I personally know one guy who was misdiagnosed as schizophrenic and turned
    out to have aluminum poisoning.

    Miki

    "Lost InSpace" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >
    > I don't know if this is going to amount to a hill of beans, but I had
    > nothing better to do, so here goes.
    >
    >
    > The following are a list of Heavy Metals that can cause psychosis and/or
    > SZ in toxic levels, with >Sources Of and >Possible Effects.
    >
    >
    >
    > ALUMINUM:
    >
    > Sources of;
    >
    > alum, aluminum foil, animal feed, antacids, aspirin, auto exhuast,
    > baking powder, commercially-raised beef, bleached flour, cans, ceramics,
    > commercial cheese, cigarette filters, color additives, construction
    > materials, cookware, cosmetics, some dental amalgams, deoderants,
    > drinking water, drying agents, dust, insulated wiring, medicinal
    > compounds, milk products, nasal spray, pesticides, pollution, salt, tap
    > water, tobacco smoke, some toothpaste, treated water, vanilla powder.
    >
    > Possible Effects;
    >
    > ALS, Alzheimer's, anemia, appetite loss, behavioral problems, cavities,
    > colds, colitis, confusion, constipation, dementia, dry mouth, dry skin,
    > energy loss, excessive perspiration, flatuence, headaches, heartburn,
    > hyperactivity, inhibition of enzyme systems, kidney dysfunction, lowered
    > immune function, learning disabilities, leg twitching, liver
    > dysfunction, memery loss, neuromuscular disorders, numbness,
    > osteoporosis, paralysis, Parkinson's disease, peptic ulcer, psychosis,
    > reduced intestinal activity, senility, skin problems, spleen problems,
    > stomach pain, weak and aching muscles.
    >
    >
    > CADMIUM:
    >
    > Sources Of;
    >
    > airbourne industrial contaminants, batteries, candy, ceramics, cigarette
    > smoke, colas, congenital intoxication, copper refineries, copper alloys,
    > tap water, electroplating fertilizers, food from contaminated soil,
    > fungicides, incineration of tires/ rubber/ plastic, instant coffee, iron
    > roofs, kidney, liver, marijauna, processed meats, evaporated milk, motor
    > oil, oysters, paint, pesticides, galvanized pipes, processed foods,
    > refined grains/flour/cereals, rubber, rubber carpet backing, seafoods
    > (cod, haddock, oysters, tuna), sewage, silver polish, smelters, soft
    > water, solders (including food cans), tobacco, vending machine soft
    > drinks, tools, vapor lamps, water (city, softened, well), welding
    > material.
    >
    >
    > Possible effects;
    >
    > alcoholism, alopecia, anemia, arthitis (osteo and rheumatoid), bone
    > disease, bone pain in middle of bones, cancer, cardiovascular disease,
    > cavities, cerebral hemorrhage, cirrhosis, diabetes, digestive
    > disturbance, emphysema, enlarged heart, flulike symptoms, growth
    > impairment, heahaches, high cholesterol, hyperkinetic behavior,
    > hypertension, hypoglycemia, impotence, inflammation, infertility, kidney
    > disease, learning disorders, liver damage, migraines, nerve cell damage,
    > osteporosis, prostate dysfunction, reproductive disorders,
    > schizophrenia, stroke.
    >
    >
    > COPPER:
    >
    > Sources Of;
    >
    > congenital intoxication, copper cookware, copper IUDs, copper pipes,
    > dental alloys, fungcides, ice makers, industrial emissions,
    > insecticides, swimming pools, water (city/well), welding, avocados,
    > beer, bluefish, bone meal, chocolate, corn oil, crabs, gelatin, grains,
    > lamb, liver, lobster, margarine, milk, mushrooms, nuts, organ meats,
    > oysters, perch, seeds, shellfish, soybeans, tofu, wheat germ, yeast,
    > birth control pills, (elevate copper levels in the body)
    >
    > Possible Effects;
    >
    > acne, adrenal insufficiency, allergies, alopecia, anemia, anorexia,
    > arthitis (osteo and rheumatoid), autism, cancer, cystic fibrosis,
    > depression, diabetes, digestive disorders, dry mouth, dysinsulism,
    > estrogen dominance, fatigue, fears, fractures, fungus, heart attack,
    > high blood pressure, Hodgkin's disease, hyperactivity, hypertension,
    > hyperthyroid, low hydrochloric acid, hypoglycemia, infections,
    > inflammation, insomnia, iron loss, jaundice, kidney disorders, libido
    > decreased, lymphoma, mental illness, migraines, mood swings, multiple
    > sclerosis, myocardial infarction, nausea, nervousness, osteoporosis,
    > pancreatic disfunction, panic attacks, paranoia, phobias, PMS,
    > schizophrenia, senility, sexual dysfunction, spacey feeling, stuttering,
    > stroke, tooth decay, toxemia of pregnancy, urinary tract infection,
    > yeast infection.
    >
    >
    > IRON:
    >
    > Sources Of;
    >
    > drinking water, iron cookware, iron pipes, welding, foods; blackstrap
    > molasses, bone meal, bran, chives, clam, heart, kidney, leafy
    > vegatables, legumes, liver, meat, molasses, nuts, organ meats oysters,
    > parsley, red wine, refined foods, shellfish, soybeans, wheat germ, whole
    > grains.
    >
    > Possible Effects;
    >
    > amenorrhea, anger, rheumatoid arthitis, birth defects, bleeding gums,
    > cancer, constipation, diabetes, dizziness, emotional problems, fatigue,
    > headache, heart damage, heart failure, hepatitis, high blood pressure,
    > hostility, hyperactivity, infections, insomnia, irritability, loint
    > pain, liver disease, loss of weight, mental problems, metallic taste in
    > mouth, myasthenia gravis, nausea, pacreas damage, Parkinson's disease,
    > premature aging, schizophrenia, scurvy, shortness of breath,
    > stubborness.
    >
    >
    > LEAD:
    >
    > Sources Of;
    >
    > ash, auto exhaust, battery manufacturing, bone meal, canned fruit and
    > juice, cigarette smoke, coal combustion, colored inks, congenital
    > intoxication, cosmetics, electroplating, household dust, glass
    > production, hair dyes, industrial emissions, lead pipes, lead-glazed
    > earthenware pottery, liver, mascara, metal polish, milk, newsprint,
    > commercial organ meats, paint, pencils, pesticides, produce near roads,
    > putty, rainwater, pvc comtainers, refineries, smelters, snow, tin cans
    > with lead solder sealing (such as juices, vegetable), tobacco,
    > toothpaste, tap water, wine.
    >
    > Possible Effects;
    >
    > abdominal pain, adrenal insufficiency, allergies, anemia, anorexia,
    > anxiety, arthitis (rheumatoid and osteo), attention deficit disorder,
    > autism, back pain, behavioral disorders, blindness, cardiovascular
    > disease, cartiage destruction, coordination loss, concentration loss,
    > constipation, convulsions, deafness, depression, dyslexia, emotional
    > instability, encephalitis, epilespy, fatigue, gout, hallucinations,
    > headaches, hostility, hyperactivity, hypertension, hypothyroid,
    > impotence, immune suppression, decreased IQ, indigestion, infertility,
    > insomnia, irritability, joint pain, kidney disorder, learning
    > disability, loss of will, momory loss (long term), mensrtual problems,
    > mood swings, muscle aches, muscle weakness, muscular dystrophy, mutiple
    > sclerosis, myelopathy (spinal cord pathology), nausea, nephritis,
    > nightmares, numbness, Parkinson's disease, peripheal neuropathies,
    > psychosis, psychomotor dsyfunction, pyorrhea, renal dysfunction,
    > restlessness, retardation, schizophrenia, seizures, sterility,
    > stillbirths, sudden death syndrome, tingling, tooth decay, vertigo,
    > unintentional weight loss.
    >
    >
    >
    > MERCURY:
    >
    > Sources Of;
    >
    > adhesives, air conditioner filters, algacides, antiseptics, battery
    > manufacturing, body powders, broken thermometers, burning newspaper and
    > building materials, calomel lotions, commercial cereals, congenital
    > intoxication, cosmetics, dental amalgams, diuretics, fabric softeners,
    > felt, floor waxes, fungicides, germincides, commercial grains,
    > industrial waste, insecticides, laxatives, lumber, manufacture of paper
    > and chlorine, medications, mercurochrome, paints, paper products,
    > persticides, [hotoengraving, polluted water, Preparation H, psoriasis
    > ointment, seafoods (especially tuna and swordfish), sewage disposal,
    > skin-lightening creams, some soft contact lens solutions, suppositories,
    > tanning leather, tattooing, water (contaminated), wood preservatives.
    >
    > Possible Effects;
    >
    > adrenal dysfunction, allergy, alopecia, anorexia, birth defects,
    > blushing, brain damages, cataracts, cerebral palsy, poor
    > coordination/jerky movements, deafness, depression, dermatitis,
    > discouragement, dizziness, drowziness, eczema, emotional disturbances,
    > excess saliva, fatigue, gum bleeding and soreness, headaches (band
    > type), hearing loss, hyperactivity, hypothyroidism, forgetfulness,
    > immune dysfunction, insomnia, irritability, joint pain, kidney damge,
    > loss of self-control, memory loss, mental retardation, metallic taste,
    > migraines, nervousness, nerve fiber degeneration, numbness, pain in
    > limbs, rashes, retinitis, schizophrenia, shyness, speech disorders,
    > suicidal tendencies, tingling, tremors (eyelids, lips, tingue, fingers,
    > extremities), vision loss, weakness.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > Someone might want to save this info to a webpage for future reference.
    >




  3. #3
    Pies de Arcilla Guest

    Default Re: Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems

    On Jan 12, 4:10*pm, "Valsorim" <em...@munged.com> wrote:
    > Although you don't cite any sources, this is a valuable laundry list of
    > toxin sources and potential effects.
    >
    > I personally know one guy who was misdiagnosed as schizophrenic and turned
    > out to have aluminum poisoning


    I thought that aluminum toxicity was a rumor made up by someone making
    nonstick pans that compete with aluminum ones.

    I also thought that iron is a necessary nutrient, and copper normally
    doesn't build up in the body.

  4. #4
    Nom dePlume Guest

    Default Re: Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems

    "Pies de Arcilla" <dearcilla@gmail[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    On Jan 12, 4:10 pm, "Valsorim" <em...@munged.com> wrote:
    > Although you don't cite any sources, this is a valuable laundry list of
    > toxin sources and potential effects.
    >
    > I personally know one guy who was misdiagnosed as schizophrenic and turned
    > out to have aluminum poisoning


    I thought that aluminum toxicity was a rumor made up by someone making
    nonstick pans that compete with aluminum ones.

    I also thought that iron is a necessary nutrient, and copper normally
    doesn't build up in the body.

    ===
    For what it's worth, Aluminum, Copper and Iron are not heavy metals. Cadmium
    is a heavy metal, and is toxic, as are lead and mercury.

    --
    Nom dePlume, Ph.D.
    Why, yes, in fact, I am a rocket scientist.

    Find my book, Medicines for Mental health, and free drug information, at
    www.MentalMeds.org

    =====



  5. #5
    Miguel Alberto Guest

    Default Re: Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems

    Heavy metals increase neuron wall permeability, and they can serve
    as electrical conductors between the neurons and thereby wake up much
    more than the normal 10% of the brain.
    No diagnosis of schizophrenia should ever be accepted without a
    brain biopsy. A brain biopsy may detect heavy metal poisoning,
    cholesterol or cardiac steroids accumulated on the brain's blood
    vessels' walls, malformed sodium pumps retaining too much sodium
    (bipolar manicdepressive disorder); or, too many axons and dendrites
    between the brain's neurons (real schizophrenia).
    Then nothing, but Tourette's Syndrome, is criterion for
    prescribing dopamine blockers. The cause of real psychosis is having too
    much of the brain awake. The dopaminergic nervous system is only the
    reward system of the brain. Glutamate is capable of waking up over 80%
    of the brain. Glutamate blockers can bring brain use down to normal
    levels, and they are very pleasant.
    Dopamine blockers were used to devastate their victims into
    compliance, and, the psychiatric staff would never want to steal it.
    Glutamate blockers are pleasant and could be objects of theft, but, that
    is the psychiatric morality.
    Today, with the pressure of human rights groups, psychiatry has
    had to cut back on involuntary and painful treatments. And, the stigma
    of mental illness has improved.
    The mentally ill have joined the "monster club". Thanks to prime
    time television mental illness now scares the public rather than inspire
    scornful derision as it did in the past.
    Dishonest people are now willing to fake mental illness for the
    disability compensations. It has even been reported in here that Social
    Security agents are carefully investigating people claiming mental
    illness. And some truly ill have been denied vital support. But, the
    solution is brain biopsy.
    Brain biopsy will definately show if there are too many axons and
    dendrites between the neurons (schizophrenia), malformed sodium pumps
    (bipolar manicdepressive disorder), or, heavy metal poisoning.
    But, if biopsies fail to find proof, there may still be Shamans'
    Disease. MRI's will show if too much of the brain is awake. This may
    also be caused by scar tissue in the muscarinic nervous system (like the
    parasympathetic nervous system), the exitation of which spreads to the
    brain and awakens the muscarinic neurons there, and therefore, too much
    of the brain.
    The major plexuses of the muscarinic nervous system have been
    called the "chakras". The Sahasrara Chakra in the brain permeates the
    whole brain, and it seems that this is where the consciousness is.
    That's where you and I are.


  6. #6
    steave jackson Guest

    Default Re: Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems



    Ok you go get your brain picked first.. LOL.. I don't want a brain biopsy...

    On Tue, 13 Jan 2009 06:44:45 -0500, in alt.support.schizophrenia
    [email protected] (Miguel Alberto) wrote:

    > Heavy metals increase neuron wall permeability, and they can serve
    >as electrical conductors between the neurons and thereby wake up much
    >more than the normal 10% of the brain.
    > No diagnosis of schizophrenia should ever be accepted without a
    >brain biopsy. A brain biopsy may detect heavy metal poisoning,
    >cholesterol or cardiac steroids accumulated on the brain's blood
    >vessels' walls, malformed sodium pumps retaining too much sodium
    >(bipolar manicdepressive disorder); or, too many axons and dendrites
    >between the brain's neurons (real schizophrenia).
    > Then nothing, but Tourette's Syndrome, is criterion for
    >prescribing dopamine blockers. The cause of real psychosis is having too
    >much of the brain awake. The dopaminergic nervous system is only the
    >reward system of the brain. Glutamate is capable of waking up over 80%
    >of the brain. Glutamate blockers can bring brain use down to normal
    >levels, and they are very pleasant.
    > Dopamine blockers were used to devastate their victims into
    >compliance, and, the psychiatric staff would never want to steal it.
    >Glutamate blockers are pleasant and could be objects of theft, but, that
    >is the psychiatric morality.
    > Today, with the pressure of human rights groups, psychiatry has
    >had to cut back on involuntary and painful treatments. And, the stigma
    >of mental illness has improved.
    > The mentally ill have joined the "monster club". Thanks to prime
    >time television mental illness now scares the public rather than inspire
    >scornful derision as it did in the past.
    > Dishonest people are now willing to fake mental illness for the
    >disability compensations. It has even been reported in here that Social
    >Security agents are carefully investigating people claiming mental
    >illness. And some truly ill have been denied vital support. But, the
    >solution is brain biopsy.
    > Brain biopsy will definately show if there are too many axons and
    >dendrites between the neurons (schizophrenia), malformed sodium pumps
    >(bipolar manicdepressive disorder), or, heavy metal poisoning.
    > But, if biopsies fail to find proof, there may still be Shamans'
    >Disease. MRI's will show if too much of the brain is awake. This may
    >also be caused by scar tissue in the muscarinic nervous system (like the
    >parasympathetic nervous system), the exitation of which spreads to the
    >brain and awakens the muscarinic neurons there, and therefore, too much
    >of the brain.
    > The major plexuses of the muscarinic nervous system have been
    >called the "chakras". The Sahasrara Chakra in the brain permeates the
    >whole brain, and it seems that this is where the consciousness is.
    >That's where you and I are.



  7. #7
    Lost InSpace Guest

    Default Re: Certain Minerals that can cause mental problems


    [email protected] (Nom*dePlume)

    For what it's worth, Aluminum, Copper and Iron are not heavy metals.
    Cadmium is a heavy metal, and is toxic, as are lead and mercury.

    =====================================

    Heavy or not, they can become toxic when in abundance.

    Or are you disputing that as well?


  8. #8
    Lost InSpace Guest

    Default Re: Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems


    [email protected] (Pies*de*Arcilla)

    I thought that aluminum toxicity was a rumor made up by someone making
    nonstick pans that compete with aluminum ones.

    ====================================

    Aluminum isn't toxic until it's reaches certain
    levels.

    The trick is to make sure you aren't getting
    too much, esp. non-organic.

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++




    [email protected] (Pies*de*Arcilla)

    I also thought that iron is a necessary nutrient, and copper normally
    doesn't build up in the body.

    ====================================

    Iron and Copper are a necessary nutrients.

    But when there's too much, they can cause problems. (such as psychosis
    and SZ)


  9. #9
    Lost InSpace Guest

    Default Re: Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems

    [email protected] (Miguel*Alberto)

    The dopaminergic nervous system is only the reward system of the brain.
    Glutamate is capable of waking up over 80% of the brain. Glutamate
    blockers can bring brain use down to normal levels, and they are very
    pleasant.

    Dopamine blockers were used to devastate their victims into compliance,
    and, the psychiatric staff would never want to steal it. Glutamate
    blockers are pleasant and could be objects of theft, but, that is the
    psychiatric morality.

    ====================================

    Can you name these Glutamate blockers?


    Is there a natural way to block Glutatmate?


  10. #10
    Miguel Alberto Guest

    Default Re: Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems

    The answer is on the bottom.

    Re: Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems

    Group: alt.support.schizophrenia Date: Tue, Jan 13, 2009, 6:57pm From:
    [email protected] (Lost*InSpace)
    [email protected] (Miguel*Alberto)
    The dopaminergic nervous system is only the reward system of the brain.
    Glutamate is capable of waking up over 80% of the brain. Glutamate
    blockers can bring brain use down to normal levels, and they are very
    pleasant.
    Dopamine blockers were used to devastate their victims into compliance,
    and, the psychiatric staff would never want to steal it. Glutamate
    blockers are pleasant and could be objects of theft, but, that is the
    psychiatric morality.
    ====================================
    Can you name these Glutamate blockers?
    Is there a natural way to block Glutatmate?

    Campral (acamprosate) is a direct glutamate blocker; and,
    Neurontin (gabapentin) helps GABA (gamma-aminobutyricacid) block
    glutamate.
    There is a company, GeroVita, that sells direct GABA, but, it's a
    rip off. GABA can't pass through the blood-brain barrier. This GABA pill
    has other vitamins in it, which qualifies it as a vitamin pill, but,
    it's too expensive for a vitamin pill.
    Gerovita descended from Dr. Anna Aslan's "Aslan Vital" whose
    active ingrediant was procaine, which is just another MAO
    (monoamineioxidase) inhibitor like cocaine. Her elderly customers took
    that and felt youthful.
    But, there were truely effetual treatments used in her Geriatric
    Cure Centers to restore youth, like, electrolytes to permit fast
    polarity cancellation rates to bend timespace globally and thereby leave
    behind the binding orthogonality of flat timespace so that bodies became
    flexable and able to return to their original healthy templates, curing
    disease and even renewing youth. Extrapolating upon these findings...
    Romanian immigrants to Canada brought a variation of Dr. Aslan's
    "Aslan Vital" to Toronto which devolved down to Gero Vita.


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    Lost InSpace Guest

    Default Re: Heavy Metals that can cause mental problems


    [email protected] (Miguel*Alberto)

    ************Campral (acamprosate) is a direct
    glutamate blocker; and, Neurontin (gabapentin) helps GABA
    (gamma-aminobutyricacid) block glutamate.
    ************There is a company, GeroVita, that
    sells direct GABA, but, it's a rip off. GABA can't pass through the
    blood-brain barrier. This GABA pill has other vitamins in it, which
    qualifies it as a vitamin pill, but, it's too expensive for a vitamin
    pill.

    =====================================

    Sounds like the best thing to do is raise GABA
    levels in the brain, and/or take nutrients that do or help GABA work
    better.


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