New studies have found a causal relationship between mercury and Parkinson’s disease.
Parkinson’s disease results for the gradual degeneration of nerve cells in the portion of the midbrain that controls movements. Researchers have found that some people with specific genetic mutations are more susceptible to environmental toxins, such as mercury and pesticides. The early in life exposure to these environmental toxins makes them more susceptible to Parkinson’s disease.
In the case of mercury, the exposure to mercury targets the mitochondria of all the body’s cells. Here it changes the mitochondrion membrane, which changes the function of the cells and leads to more oxidative stress and cell death.
Mercury exposure also lowers the cell’s levels of Glutathione, Dopamine and NAD. These cellular changes specifically target the portion of the midbrain that controls movement. The mercury sensitive patient then shows symptoms of Parkinson’s disease when they reach the age of about 60 years old.
The combination of these genetic mutations, early in life exposure to mercury or pesticides, and time lead to the development of Parkinson’s disease in later life.
The supplementation of NAD prevents the mercury induced changes to the mitochondria and protects the body from Glutathione damage from mercury.
If you or a loved one is showing signs of Parkinson’s disease or has the disease, please find a medical practitioner that is familiar with the benefits of NAD and Glutathione supplementation for this condition.
As always I can safely remove any existing mercury fillings and replace them with safer dental materials and suggest medical practitioners that can help you with Parkinson’s and other neurological conditions.
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