Toxic Overload and it's effect on the human body
Toxins can have a devastating effect on the body's ability to heal itself and come from a variety of sources such as;
· Food allergies and foods most often eaten or craved
· Chemicals, pesticides, toxic metals
· Drugs and cigarette smoke
· Outdoor pollution from vehicles, factories, inhalants, exhaust fumes, smog, dust and mold spores
· Indoor pollution such as dust mites, molds, household chemicals, perfumed personal care products, gas stoves
· Radiation, nuclear exposure, X-Ray, EMF radiation, antennas, computers
· Infection caused by viruses, bacteria or fungus
· Psychological stress and the aging process
Toxins can have both long term and short term effects on the body. The short term effects can include headaches, fatigue and muscle aches. Long term effects include disease, toxic metal poisoning, chronic conditions and physiologic dysfunctions.
There are many ways to reduce toxic overload. One way is to avoid many of the sources that cause toxicity. A good example would be to eliminate foods and substances that cause allergies. In addition, regular exercise, massage and drinking plenty of water will help flush the toxins from the body.
Some toxins are difficult to avoid such as toxic metals. A great way to eliminate metals from the body is through the use of detoxification baths. An ionization foot bath works to restore the body's energy and balance while facilitating the natural detoxification process. Clinical trials have shown that the use of ionization baths help to restore and balance the body's
electromagnetic field. The bath alters the electron and proton load in the water helping to balance the body bio-energetically through the skin in the feet. Once the body is "energetically charged" the natural healing process in the body can take place. All living organisms require a constant supply of energy and when energy is low due to toxic overload the body has to work harder to maintain itself. After an ionization bath many people report feeling lighter and experience a greater sense of well being.