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Brain Fog & Heavy Metals

Heavy metal neurotoxins can inflame and irritate our central nervous system (especially our brain), causing multiple symp­toms such as memory loss, brain fog, fatigue, and depression. Toxic heavy metals can also promote inflammation in the di­gestive tract, releasing poisons into our gut as well.

Toxic Metals That Impair Brain Function

Mercury is deposited throughout the brain, especially in the hypothalamus (thyroid signaling) and hippocampus (memory and emotions). It is also found throughout the cortex and oc­cipital lobe.

Lead has been known for many years as a neurotoxin, espe­cially in children. It lowers IQ and, like mercury, impairs working memory. It interferes with the processes of learning and is also associated with behavioral disturbances in children. It is also associated with fatigue, mood issues, and brain fog.

Aluminum. Once aluminum enters brain cells, certain people will be unable to eliminate it efficiently, thereby inducing oxi­dative stress and cellular damage. In older individuals, such damage may be permanent.

Tin affects balance mechanisms in the cerebellum (and pos­sibly inner ear) as well as causing general fatigue.

Manganese can build up to high levels that become neuro­toxic, inducing Parkinson's disease-like syndrome (Mangan­ism). Many become manganese toxic from their well water.

Copper toxicity. Avoiding overexposure to copper is essential for maintaining normal brain function. Exposure to copper may cause neurons to overtire and overproduce, stimulating neurotransmitters.

Iron toxicity. Avoiding overexposure to iron may support brain health.

Testimony 1

I'm so happy to report that my brain fog is gone (aside from mom-brain mo­ments), and I feel even better than I did. When I remember feeling "normal," my cycle returned in November of 2019, and I had been dreading this for a while. All my life, I suffered with 10-14 day periods, awful cramps, and an ex­tremely heavy flow. I woke up one day and didn't even realize it had returned because I didn't feel A THING!!! It's been 6 months now, and I am still having shorter, lighter, practically pain-free periods. I can't thank you enough for sharing TRS I'm so happy.

Testimony 2

Started TRS first week of January. Went up to 5 sprays per day. Had less brain fog and more vivid dreams. My periods had been pretty heavy for me after having my son 3 years ago. And I would have migraines associated with the hormones. My January period was light, and I had no pain!! My husband and I have been trying to conceive since November 2018 with no success. I'm now 6 weeks. The only thing I changed was TRS.

Testimony 3

So it's been one year since I started TRS, and I have yet to share a review! So here goes. In addition to diet and lifestyle changes, I started TRS last May. We had been dealing with awful mold in our house (had it fixed in July ), and I can honestly say without TRS I would have been so much worse off. My big­gest complaint was brain fog and anxiety. Not normal brain fog or normal anxiety; this crap was intense. I couldn't remember what I was doing 5 min­utes ago; I couldn't remember dates, song lyrics, memories. My anxiety was causing awful panic attacks for no reason; I was genuinely suffering. (I have also quit gluten, but this was post-TRS. TRS was the catalyst (and I still take it daily) to my body's recovery. I was in therapy; they were trying to prescribe me pharmaceuticals and looked at me like I was crazy when I brought up heavy metals, mycotoxins. Frequent urge to urinate has decreased. Carpal tunnel/tingling fingers are gone. Less anxiety; don't get overwhelmed as easily. My stomach has gotten flatter. Asthma breathing issues are better. Deeper sleep/vivid dreams. Wake up more restful and energized. Amazing energy and productivity even with infant twins, a toddler, and a special needs child. Brain fog is gone, probably more that I have not yet noticed. Very excited for this journey as I believe I have a ways to go! Very thankful for TRS and how it is giving me my life back!


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