Friday, September 4, 2020

Can Your Cell Phone Make Your Mercury Fillings More Dangerous?

Science says “Yes!”

Have you ever wondered why electro hypersensitivity, autism, allergies, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, neurological issues, and cancers have been increasing at such an alarming rate?

While most everyone is aware that cell phones have inherent dangers, as do mercury fillings, few people realize that the two combined can produce even more damage to your health. EMF’s (radiation from cell phone, Wi-Fi & computers) and MRI’s accelerate the release of mercury toxins in your mouth and into your blood stream.

One study that comes from researchers at the Department of Medical Physics, in Shiraz University in Iran, titled, Mercury Release from Dental Amalgam Restorations After Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Following Mobile Phone Use was originally published in the Pakistan journal of biological sciences: PJBS, Publication Date: 2008.

A similar study in 2014, which looked at MRI fields instead of mobile phone use is published at The International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.You can also see Intra-Oral Air Mercury Released from Dental Amalgam, another study showing how mercury fillings release vapors of mercury into the mouth when combined with EMF’s.

There have been several more studies in 2016. The Journal of Biomedical Physics & Engineering published a study in March 2016 that introduced a hypothesis pertaining to the effects of mercury from dental amalgam fillings and electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and autism.  They have performed extensive experiments on the health effects of exposing animals and humans to different sources of electromagnetic fields such as cellular phones, mobile base stations, mobile phone jammers, laptop computers, radars, dentistry cavitrons, and

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