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by Simone Sleep

Greek mythology regarded mercury as the fleet-footed messenger of the gods. A patron of translators and interpreters and the cleverest of the Olympians. He ruled over wealth, good fortune, commerce, fertility…and thievery. He bought the souls of the dead to the underworld, and was honoured as a god of sleep.

Science regards mercury as a powerful poison. It has the ability to rob the body of health and leads to neurological dysfunction. Published research has shown that mercury, even in small amounts, is more toxic than lead, arsenic and cadmium.

Some of the most common signs and symptoms of mercury exposure include:

• Irritability

• Fits of anger

• Lack of energy

• Fatigue

• Low self-esteem

• Drowsiness

• Decline of intellect

• Low self-control

• Nervousness

• Shyness/timidity

• Insomnia

Although a natural component of the earth's crust, mercury does not have a role in the human body. Yet humans are constantly exposed to mercury, primarily through large fish, thimerosol (a preservative added to vaccinations and many other pharmaceuticals) and amalgam or mercury-based dental fillings. The largest exposure to mercury among adults comes from a source that is completely avoidable, amalgam fillings, primarily in the form of vapor of metallic, elemental mercury. Elemental mercury forms a monatomic gas that is highly volatile and readily inhaled according to research.

Most individuals can protect themselves against mercury by avoiding unnecessary exposure and following a protocol designed to help the client get rid of mercury.

Do the following:

• See a specialist in mercury removal and be put on the protocol.

• Use only composite dental fillings not amalgam.

• Avoid vaccines and pharmaceuticals that may contain thimerosal.

• Eat fish occasionally if you are healthy and eat a diet rich in animal protein and fat.

• Remove amalgam fillings before conception and it is imperative that none be put in place during pregnancy.

• Avoid tuna, swordfish and similar species of fish, if pregnant or lactating.

Mercury is the most toxic of the heavy metals. So, if we are to protect our own health as well as that of future generations, it's imperative that we and the scientificcommunity pass legislation soon to stop the use of mercury.

Simone is the principal of the Gold Coast Anti-Ageing and Wellbeing Centre and is well known in the health care industry for helping people to remove mercury from their bodies. She also works very closely with a dentist who is a leader in mercury removal in Australia.

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Posted by Simone Sleep
20 Aug 2009

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Given all the evidence against amalgam fillings from peoples claiming their life has been ruined by them, if your dentist is still using them he is either a sociopath or intellectually not no smarter than an afghan hound
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by peter on 21 Oct 2009

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