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Article: Weekly report from Dr. Christina Rahm - mental disorders

Wochenreport von Dr. Christina Rahm - psychische Störungen

Weekly report from Dr. Christina Rahm - mental disorders

May is the month in which special awareness is placed on mental health. This gives us the opportunity to become aware of the frequency of mental disorders in our society and to think about the various causal factors. One of the causes that has been less discussed so far is environmental toxins and their role in the development of psychological disorders such as depression and anxiety.

Studies have found that exposure to lead can lead to cognitive and behavioral problems, including depression, anxiety and irritability. Mercury exposure has been linked to mood disorders, psychosis and memory problems. Pesticides have been linked to an increased risk of depression and suicide among farmers. These toxins can also affect brain development in children, leading to learning disorders, ADHD and autism.

The connection between environmental toxins and mental health is complex and multifaceted. Exposure to these toxins can lead to inflammation, oxidative stress, and damage to brain cells, which in turn results in changes in brain chemistry and function. These changes can manifest in a range of mental disorders, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders.

The good news is that we can take steps to reduce our exposure to environmental toxins and protect our mental health. Here are some tips:

  1. Eat a healthy, organic and balanced diet: Avoid processed foods, which often contain high levels of preservatives and additives. Whenever possible, choose organic fruits and vegetables and limit consumption of animal products, which can contain high levels of toxins.
  2. Filter water: Install a water filter in your home to remove impurities from drinking water.
  3. Use safer products: Choose household and personal care products that are free of toxic chemicals like phthalates, parabens, and sulfates. Look for products that are labeled “green” or “eco-friendly.”
  4. Detoxify the environment: Make sure your home and workspace are well ventilated to avoid exposure to indoor air pollutants. Use natural cleaning products and avoid using pesticides and herbicides in the garden.
  5. Use nutritional supplements (ROOT) to remove heavy metals from the body.

Environmental toxins are a hidden threat to our mental health. By raising awareness, we can take steps to reduce our exposure to these toxins and protect our mental well-being. Let's use May to reflect on the importance of mental health, but we should make this a year-round concern to protect ourselves and our loved ones. Remember that we can all make a difference to create a healthier, happier world.

Forever with light and love,

Dr. Christina Rahm

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