TOXICANT ELIMINATION AND MENTAL HEALTH: INDUCED SWEATING AS A MEANS TO REMOVE PERSISTENT CHEMICALS

TOXICANT ELIMINATION AND MENTAL HEALTH: INDUCED SWEATING AS A MEANS TO REMOVE PERSISTENT CHEMICALS

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STEPHEN GENUIS, MD

There is escalating evidence in the medical and scientific literature that various metabolic disrupting chemicals persisting within the human organism are a root cause of myriad mental health problems from autism to mood disorders to dementia. Elimination of toxic chemical agents from the human body has the potential to allow for biochemical and physiological restoration with remarkable clinical improvement. Recent research findings about toxicant chemical elimination by induced sweating will be presented to provide health practitioners with practical tools to assist patients with mental health and other chronic health problems.

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