Breast implant illness is a term for a broad spectrum of symptoms, many of them neurological, such as fatigue, tingles, numbness, restless legs, heart palpitations, dizziness, eye floaters, brain fog, anxiety, and weakness of the limbs.
Those in the medical industry who believe in breast implant illness theorize that the treatment is to just get the implants removed, and then everything should go back to normal. There’s more to it than that. The neurological symptoms that come with breast implant illness don’t simply go away when you remove the implant. This causes a tremendous amount of confusion.
Viruses are the number one reason for breast implant illness. Implants are an immune system–compromising trigger to chronic neurological problems caused by viruses such as EBV and shingles.
When breast implants corrode, seep, break, and leak, the immune system is compromised even more from the toxins inside breast implants. The filler inside normally contains toxic heavy metals, solvents, and formaldehyde. When these toxic substances travel into the bloodstream, they can become fuel and food for viruses that are already actively causing symptoms, making those symptoms worse or adding new symptoms to the list, or ignite and launch viruses that were dormant, creating symptoms for the first time.
These toxic substances also are harmful to the body outright. They lower the immune system, place stress on organs such as the liver, and put stress on the adrenals because toxins of any kind create an internal allergic response that prompts adrenals to release adrenaline, which in return can slightly raise heart rate. All of this can quicken symptoms that otherwise would have come much later.
There are multiple other ways breast implants can contribute to illnesses, starting even from the surgery, such as outgassing of the chemical outer material of the implants, and more. Read all the details and find out how to heal in Brain Saver and Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes.
This item posted: 28-Jul-2023
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