Fluoride Dangers




Fluoride is extremely common and we use it almost every day with realizing. Fluoride is added to products from tap water to toothpaste but is also found naturally in raisins and tea. There are two types of fluoride, natural and toxic. The types of sodium fluoride are hydrofluorosilicic acid, sodium fluorosilicate, and sodium fluoride. The toxic fluoride is highly soluble in water and is a neurotoxin. Sodium fluoride is actually more toxic than lead, but less than aersin. The worst thing is that sodium fluoride is not regulated in city tap water. The way to avoid this chemical is to buy a water filter that uses reverse osmosis. Natural fluoride is not soluble in water.


The serious dangers of sodium fluoride are skeletal fluorosis, numbness and muscle spasms, and birth defects. There is a wide range of birth defects from IQ loss, memory, speech, and cognitive.


Skeletal fluorosis happens because the sodium fluoride chemical goes to the kidney, damages the kidney, and extracts the calcium from the body's bones and collagen, forcing the body to metabolize the calcium leading to lower bone density and arthritis.


Numbness and muscle spasms are due to sodium fluoride destroying the neural tissues.


The recommended amount of sodium fluoride for adult men is four mg and for adult women is three mg, but we all know that the recommended amount is not at all healthy, in fact, it is usually the amount just before a person shows adverse side effects. Chronic level of fluoride is 0.1mg/kg. There is 0.7 to 1.2 mg/liter of fluoride in drinking water.



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