Our body surrounded by toxins, from the water we drink, air pollution, food and even our smartphone. At some point, the accumulation of these toxins reaches tipping point making is seriously sick.
To understand and recognize if your body is full of toxins, pay attention if you are experiencing one or more of the following conditions:
You have regular constipation.
The consumption of food filled with chemicals, preservatives, artificial color and flavor, can create a build up of toxins in our stomach leading to digestion issues and constipation. Instead, consume organic food, drink plenty of water and limit alcohol consumption.
Excess body odor.
You are a ‘clean freak’, and even after a long shower, you find yourself smelling strange. You guessed it: accumulated toxins in your body are making you stinky. When an excess amount of chemicals are accumulated, our body tries to sweat out the toxins; hence, the BO smell.
Difficulty falling asleep.
Sometimes toxins buildup can make you feel tired, however, in some cases, it can spoil your sleep. When the toxins level in our body reaches a certain point, it can affect the production of sleep-controlling hormone Cortisol; hence, if you are having difficulties falling asleep, its probably due to toxins build up in your body. You should perhaps consider a detox.
When the hard work and the long hours at the gym bring no positive results, you might be having some issues with your hormones. Toxins buildup can adversely impact the production of certain hormones, including those responsible for weighg control. Consider switching your diet to organic, unprocessed foods.
In most cases, having bad breath means a digestive issue. It happens when our body struggles to digest all the food we consume. However, sometimes bad breath can be caused when our liver struggles to cleanse all the accumulated toxins in our body.
Losing hair is not a symptom of everyday toxins accumulated in our body. Instead its a much more serious issue caused by harsher toxins such as lead or arsenic among others, and if you experience unnatural hair loss symptoms, please visit your doctor as soon as possible!