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Although mercury has now been removed from most products, people around the country still suffer from mercury poisoning each year. High concentrations of mercury can be found in certain fish and sea creatures, as well in some pharmaceutical and dental products. Young children and fetuses are the most susceptible to mercury poisoning, but it can affect anyone. Here are some of the common mercury poisoning symptoms you can use to detect the condition:
~Central Nervous System: depression, restlessness, irritability, loss of coordination
~Cardiovascular System: abnormal heart rhythm and/or blood pressure, elevated cholesterol and triglycerides
~ Immune System: chronic infections and autoimmune disorders, including arthritis, multiple sclerosis and lupus
~General: allergies, anti-social tendencies, headaches, fatigue
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