When Mineral Excessive Consumption

3 Nov

As long as we get the minerals from natural sources, rare overdose. But if it comes from mineral supplementation, especially consumption in the long run, may be greater risk of overdose. What would happen if the body of excess variety of minerals?

Consumption of more than 25 mg per day can cause sembeli, headache, fatigue, lack of zinc and copper, damage to the pancreas, liver, and heart muscle, nausea, increased risk infeski, weight sag, and cause fatal poisoning in children.

Consumption of 3000 mg or more per day will make optimal body does not absorb calcium.

Consumption of more than 2mg per day of iodine can impair the function of the thyroid gland, making dry skin, dry hair, weight gain, vomiting, a rash on the skin, mouth pain, headaches, difficulty breathing, excessive menstruation, constipation or diarrhea, swollen salivary glands, and mouth feel bad.

Doses of more than 2,000 mg per day can cause urinary stones in salurah, constipation, abdominal pain, mental problems, impaired absorption of zinc, iron and magnesium, impair kidney function, fatigue, and a pile of calcium in body tissues.

Intake of 350mg per day or more would endanger the health, even fatal.

Overdose is rare. However, if the kidneys are not good, it could be an excess of potassium, which causes muscle weakness, tingling in the feet and hands.

Consumption of more than 2,300 mg per day can result in muscle cramps, dizzy eyes, feeling very thirsty, bloating, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, electrolyte disturbances body that can cause neurological disorders.

Zinc intake of more than 75 mg per day can weaken immune function, nausea, vomiting, cholesterol levels go up and down, anemia, abdominal pain, stomach bleeding, impaired immune response, premature birth, and even the baby died at birth.

source : http://healthmetz.com


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