9 Often Overlooked Signs Your Body is Full of Toxins (Plus How to Naturally Detox)

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Modern life has brought too hazards with itself, so we are constantly surrounded by harmful substances and toxins, the air we breathe is very contaminated,  we use products containing pesticides, hormones and others poisons.


Moreover, tobacco and medications we use complicate the situation even more. Therefore, our health is at great threat, do we need to cleanse the body in order to restore its proper functions and well- being.

First of all, you need to learn to recognize the signs your body is sending that it is full of toxins. These are the symptoms that we should not ignore:

1.Increased abdominal fat

Excess abdominal fat can indicate that your body is full of toxins, as they impede its ability to regulate glucose levels and metabolize cholesterol.

2.Skin issues

Excess amounts of toxins in the body can lead to skin issues, like skin inflammation, rosacea and itchy skin. This is due to the efforts of the body to eliminate the toxins in a natural way.


Poisons present in the body irritate the central nervous system and cause headaches.


Too many toxins in the body force the liver to overwork. Therefore, the liver creates extra heat, and as a result, the whole body is overheating.

5.Low energy levels

Toxic overload in the body causes constant feelings of exhaustion.

6.Congested sinuses

Your sinuses can easily become congested as a result of the contaminated air you breathe.


When toxins accumulate in the tissues, they obstruct the circulation and cause insomnia.

8.Problems with the gallbladder

Deposits of toxins in the liver can make the bile heavy and can lead to a clogged gallbladder.

9.White or yellow coated tongue

If your tongue has a white or yellow tongue, it is a sign that there are too many toxins in your blood.

Sources: fhfn

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