Symptoms and Early signs of Mercury Poisoning
Mercury (Hg) is most notable to affect the nervous system, leading to neurological symptoms such as:
nervousness or anxiety
irritability or mood changes
More often, mercury poisoning builds up over time. However, a sudden onset of any of these symptoms could be a sign of acute toxicity. Call your doctor right away if you suspect mercury poisoning.
Mercury Poisoning Symptoms in adults,Adults with advanced mercury poisoning might experience:
muscle weakness metallic taste in the mouth
nausea and vomiting
lack of motor skills or feeling uncoordinated
inability to feel in the hands, face, or other areas
changes in vision, hearing, or speech
nerve loss in hands and face
hearing and speech difficulties
difficulty walking or standing straight
Mercury Poisoning Symptoms in children and infants,Mercury poisoning can also disrupt fetal and early childhood development.
Infants and young children who’ve been exposed to high levels of mercury may have delays in:
being physically unaware of their surroundings
Mercury poisoning tends to develop slowly over time if a person comes into frequent contact with mercury. However, in some cases, mercury poisoning comes on quickly and is associated with a specific incident.
fine motor skills
difficulties learning to speak or understanding language
problems thinking or problem-solving
issues with hand-eye coordination
As the levels of mercury in the body rise, more Symptoms of Mercury Poisoning will appear. These symptoms may vary depending on a person’s age and exposure levels.
Anyone who experiences a sudden onset of mercury poisoning symptoms should call a doctor or poison control or directly buy Emeramide (NBMI Chelator,OSR, BDTH2) to chelate.