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Mental Illness & Environmental Toxins

A mental illness can be defined as a health condition that changes a person's thinking, feelings, or behavior (or all three) and that causes the person distress and difficulty in functioning. As with many diseases, mental illness is severe in some cases and mild in others. Individuals who have a mental illness don't necessarily look like they are sick, especially if their illness is mild. Other individuals may show more explicit symptoms such as confusion, agitation, or withdrawal. There are many different mental illnesses, including depression, schizophrenia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Each illness alters a person's thoughts, feelings, and/or behaviors in distinct ways.

Not all brain diseases are categorized as mental illnesses. Disorders such as epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, and multiple sclerosis are brain disorders, but they are considered neurological diseases rather than mental illnesses. Interestingly, the lines between mental illnesses and these other brain or neurological disorders is blurring somewhat. As scientists continue to investigate the brains of people who have mental illnesses, they are learning that mental illness is associated with changes in the brain's structure, chemistry, and function and that mental illness does indeed have a biological basis. This ongoing research is, in some ways, causing scientists to minimize the distinctions between mental illnesses and these other brain disorders.

According to recent estimates, approximately 20 percent of Americans, or about one in five people over the age of 18, suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.

About 5 percent of adults are affected so seriously by mental illness that it interferes with their ability to function in society. These severe and persistent mental illnesses include schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, other extreme forms of depression, panic disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Eight million people have depression each year.

An estimated two-thirds of all young people with mental health problems are not receiving the help they need.

Pollutant agents are exponentially increasing in modern society since industrialization processes and technology are being developed worldwide. Impact of pollution on public health is well known but little has been described on the association between environmental pollutants and mental health. Emerging evidences have been collected on association between major environmental pollutants (air pollutants, heavy metals, ionizing radiation [IR], organophosphate pesticides, light pollution, noise pollution, environmental catastrophes) and various mental health disorders including anxiety, mood, and psychotic syndromes. Underlying pathogenesis includes direct and indirect effects of these agents on brain, respectively, due to their biological effect on human Central Nervous System or related to some levels of stress generated by the exposure to the pollutant agents over the time.


A testimony after 1 year on TRS:

My entire life, I've been battling with a few issues. Things such as severe OCD, depression, social anxiety, & PCOS. It was really difficult to deal with as a child/teenager. I was also fully vaccinated up until my teen years. I received all 3 of the Gardisil shots (& had bad reactions to them). After receiving those shots, all of my original issues had become WORSE. I spent years looking for answers; I felt so alone in my battle.

When I was about 18, I finally decided to try antidepressants. It was my last resort option, but at this point, I was desperate to feel better! After being on them for about 1 year, I knew deep down it wasn't right for me so I stopped. After that, I began doing heavy truth-seeking for a few years.

About 2 years ago, I found out about TRS. I was nervous & skeptical, so I spent several months reading about it/reading other people's testimo­nies. But last year, I finally made the jump & bought a bottle. I started off slow at 1 spray per day. I immediately started having VERY vivid dreams, nightmares more often, more emotional, & I went through a few "angry patches," which eventually subsided.

Over the past year, I wasn't always consistent in taking TRS. There were times I experimented with the dose &tried taking 5 sprays. But the detox symptoms were too intense for me. I've also taken a few small breaks from it. BUT at this point in time .. I am now 23. & I have been consistently doing 2-3 sprays daily for the past 2 months or so.

For the first time in my life .... I can feel the depression, suicidal thoughts, & darkness drifting away. I've also been slowly starting to feel ALOT more comfortable in social situations. I feel less shy & afraid. My period has regulated. My sleep cycle has improved (I sleep deeper & have dreams nightly). And most recently, I've noticed a huge improve­ment in my OCD. *thoughts are less negative; I'm able to stop myself easier when it comes to OCD rituals, less over-thinking*. Overall, I'm able to think more clearly & regulate my emotions/thoughts better.

I'm TRULY shocked & amazed at the results, you guys. From going my whole life feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, & in pain ... to now seeing a brighter side to life. There are really no words to describe it. I have a LONG way to go still, but I'm going to continue doing 2-3 sprays daily until I feel more comfortable upping it. I was SO skeptical in the begin­ning of this journey, but I'm so glad I took that chance. Also, thank you to everyone in this group because you sharing your experiences/testi­monies has helped me TREMENDOUSLY. I no longer feel alone.

Testimony 2

Changed my life completely. I haven't had anxiety, panic attacks, or insomnia since detoxing. I do have to do maintenance doses or I can feel it creeping back.

Testimony 3

I have been using TRS for 10 days now. I have struggled with anxiety and depression off and on for over 30 years. I also have bouts of diverticulitis and have just recently been diagnosed with polymyalgia rheumatica arthri­tis. After 3 days my anxiety had gone. After 5 days no more depression and only very little brain fog, which I think is from the antidepressants. I had a small relapse of depression on day 8, but it only lasted 1 day. My energy levels are still low, but I can feel myself improving every day. My husband also has anxiety and depression but, unfortunately, has yet to notice any improvement. TRS is astounding. I am very happy. I feel like I am reclaim­ing my life!


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