When you are looking to improve your health, or keep your great health once you have found it, one of the most important things to be aware of is what you put in your mouth.
And no, I am not talking about food or water here.
I am talking about what types of dental materials you allow in your body. I have written previously about mercury (silver amalgam) fillings and their potentially devastating effects on the human body, but this article is about something different.
It isn’t about the toxic effects of mercury or any other metal.
It’s about the nervous system interference that is caused by metal in the mouth. This might come in the form of a filling (silver amalgam), or in something like a crown.
This interference comes from the change in proprioception that is occurring when there is metal in the mouth.
Watch the following video of a woman who by using muscle testing discovered that 2 of her gold crowns were causing severe muscle weakness throughout her body.
It’s really quite astonishing to see this, but no, this is no hoax.
I have not run into something quite this extreme in my practice as of yet, but I have seen dental materials causing muscle weakness, stomach pain, shoulder pain, chronic fatigue, and more.
Not everybody will react to dental materials, but that is because we are all different.
Each of us has a different tolerance for different things. And, it depends on how health conscious we are in other areas of our life. If our nervous system is already under stress, if our adrenal glands are exhausted, if we eat fast food everyday, we might not have the same capacity to deal with things like dental materials compared to somebody who doesn’t do or have those things in their life.
We are all different.
Watch the video and just be aware that these things can happen. Personally, I don’t want any metal in my mouth. Nothing is obviously best, including composites, porcelain, etc, but for sure no metal.
In the video you will see the woman putting pressure on her crowns with her finger. This is to activate the proprioceptors found within the periodontal ligament. This has the effect of changing the information to the brain.
It is not a permanent fix until the crowns are completely taken out, but by changing the proprioception to the brain, she is able to move her legs much better.