There are many facets to the behavioral synchronicity of the physical body that we are not fully aware of when it comes to Toxins and how they interact with our behaviors. Heavy metal Toxins are getting in to our bodies at an alarming rate more than any time in history and now is the time to start detoxing yourself so certain behavioral traits will not be so prominent. Heavy Metal Toxins cause personality disorders yes that is what I said due to bodily functions not having enough proper nutrition and a large amount of Heavy Metal Toxins being utilized in the body to try an cover this Nutritional deficiency.
What personality Traits do heavy metals cause with our Psychology?
1. Calcium patterns. Calcium is defensive, hard, protective and stable. It tends to give these qualities to a person when present in sufficient amounts. When in excess, these qualities are exaggerated, and when deficient or biounavailable, they may be lacking to a degree.
2.Magnesium patterns.Magnesium is similar to calcium in many ways. The levels of calcium magnesium generally move up and down together when one is healthy. Magnesium, however, is a bright, shiny, lightweight, electrically conductive metal, unlike calcium. So it is not as rigid and hard as calcium and instead is the main enzyme activating mineral in the human body required for thousands of critical enzymes. High magnesium=fatigue, lethargy and depression. This is for similar reasons as with calcium, as both minerals affect the nervous system somewhat in the same way.
3. Zinc.Zinc is closely related to copper and is one of the so-called sedative minerals. It is also calming, relaxing, balancing, a male mineral and associated with higher thought and higher emotions. Adequate zinc also confers a flexible or gentle strength and perhaps more wisdom. Zinc helps activate the neocortex or new brain that sits atop the old brain and moderates all raw emotions and feelings. While everyone today is in need of extra zinc. LOW ZINC OR EMOTIONAL INSTABILITY. Low zinc is associated with emotional ups and downs, mood swings, cadmium toxicity, copper toxicity and excessive emotionalism. In babies and children, it is associated with delayed development syndromes, and delayed growth and possibly other developmental problems.
Copper. Copper is called the emotional mineral.
HIGH OR HIDDEN HIGH COPPER. When the hair copper is above the recommended limits indicators of hidden copper are present, a person usually suffers from too much emotions, emotional instability, mood swings, panic attacks, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and many other common emotional and anxiety disorders. Other copper toxicity symptoms include spaciness or detachment, mind racing, negative thoughts, intuitive abilities that are often out of one’s control such as seeing visions, hallucinations and others.
HIGH OR HIDDEN HIGH IRON Iron is known to affect the heart and arteries, where it causes the conditions called hemosiderosis and hemochromatosis. Emotionally, iron is associated with rage and anger, and there is an iron personality type that is strong, rigid, often corrupt, often devious, cynical and not too intelligent but very persuasive, sexual and convincing. Many politicians are of this type, for example, and many parents, as well.
HIGH OR HIDDEN HIGH MANGANESE. Manganese, in a toxic oxide form (MnO6 or another compound) is very toxic to the nervous system. Mild overload is extremely common. Symptoms include irritability, fatigue, a certain skepticism and seriousness, schizoid and schizophrenic tendencies, and other bizarre symptoms. In very high amounts it is associated with violence. Some symptoms bear resemblance to mad cow disease or bovine spongiform encephalitis.
HIGH OR HIDDEN LEAD. Lead is associated with violence, behavioral problems, irritability, anxiety, sluggishness and dullness of the mind. It can replace calcium in some areas of the body such as the bones, and replaces zinc in some key enzyme systems in the nervous system and elsewhere. Unfortunately, fast oxidizer babies and children are extremely prone to lead absorption because it replaces calcium, which they must have for their growth and development. Paints, tiles, auto fumes from the past and other sources combine to make lead toxicity one of the worst in the world, even today, 35 or more years after lead was removed from auto and aircraft fuel.
HIGH OR HIDDEN MERCURY. The affliction of the mad hatters of the Alice in Wonderland story is true. Mercury has many effects upon the brain, in particular, causing symptoms such as irritability, shyness, deviousness, timidity, kooky or whacky thinking and behavior, and ultimately violence and other problems. In children, high mercury is associated with every imaginable learning and behavior disorder from simple ADD to autism.
HIGH OR HIDDEN CADMIUM. Cadmium is called the the pseudo-male or macho element. It gives a kind of false and rigid or macho type of strength. It may be called a “lower male” element, as it tends to harden and toughen the personality a little bit. It replaces zinc and selenium in some enzymes, and also hardens the arteries and other body structures. If cadmium becomes excessive, they can turn violent, cruel, heartless and criminal in their outlook and behavior. The weakness factor of cadmium causes post-traumatic disorders and occasionally disasters for the military. A study of Navy recruits found the most behavior issues with those who had elevated cadmium in their hair tissue.
HIGH OR HIDDEN NICKEL. Nickel is another common and highly toxic metal for the nervous system. It infiltrates through the lungs if breathed, which is common in industry. It is associated with depression, as are all the metals, and possibly with violence and other problems. There is less research on the specific effects of nickel as it is not as widespread a problem in modern society.
As you have read there are some personality traits that happen with heavy metal Toxicity as you can see this is a psychologists nightmare as they are never taught this in their big institutions anything about heavy metal toxicity and how it effects behavior.