Copper Toxicity: A Common Cause of Psychiatric Symptoms — Elevated copper is linked to psychiatric and autoimmune conditions. www.psychologytoday.com
This far, far more prevalent than we once thought. It can also keep you out of 6th Gear! This is why I never use copper pans to cook in…
Here is a short list of psychiatric symptoms and traits associated with copper overload:
Hyperactivity, academic underachievement, learning disabilities, ADHD, autism, skin sensitivity to tags in shirts or rough fabrics, intolerance to estrogen and birth control pills, onset during puberty, pregnancy or menopause, white spots on fingernails, skin intolerance to cheap metals, emotional meltdowns and frequent anger, ringing in ears, sensitivity to food dyes and shellfish, high anxiety, depression, poor immune function, sleep problems, poor concentration and focus, low dopamine activity, and elevated activity of norepinephrine and adrenaline.