Precautions for Mercury Exposure

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Mercury is a naturally occurring metal that exists in several forms. One of the most dangerous forms of mercury can be found in seafood, dental fillings, and fluorescent light bulbs. When absorbed by the body, it could trigger tremors, insomnia, headache, and muscle twitching.

Toxicity of mercury depends on the form and amount of mercury an individual is exposed to. So it is important to take precautionary measures in order to reduce your exposure to any form of heavy metal. Some of the things you can do include:

  • Opt to safer alternatives instead of using amalgam (silver) dental fillings.
  • Consult with your doctor about vaccinations that contain mercury.
  • Avoid using mercury-filled thermometers to prevent toxic spills.

Immediately seek a doctor’s opinion if you believed you have been exposed to mercury. Mercury exposure can be tested through a series of tests on the hair, blood, and urine.

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