MAN that makes sense about the bromide fouling up the heartbeat. At one point, I was in-shape, yet when I did hair for a living (pretty much every common bromide containing item is found in a salon), my hear rate would be racing when I tried to sleep, or at other sedentary activities. I thought it was caffeine, but it didn't seem to coincide with consuming coffee.
Trapper is rich with useful info!
IS there a test for bromide or fluoride excess in the body? Wouldn't they need a hunk of fat to analyze for the bromide and a piece of bone for the fluoride?
MDs are too willing to give out a prognosis of no cure and no known cause of many conditons. Is there any dignity in that?
I bet a large proportion of those cases are heavy metal-halogen toxicity related.
(goes without saying on this forum!)
P.S. Couldn't someone just take large doses of Lugol's...if any emotional extremes come about as a result, then there is the positive for the bromide test?