In women, this symptom is almost always blamed on a hormone issue. Here’s what’s really going on: When EBV neurotoxins short out neurotransmitters in the brain, it typically leads to irritability, crankiness, and even unexplained anger or sadness, which for most women leads to a depression diagnosis at the doctor’s office. When this neurotoxin activity is accompanied by a toxic, sluggish liver, irritability can amplify. And if you have particularly large deposits of heavy metals such as mercury in the brain, this symptom can be severe.
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