How often do you wake up very tired without energy? Food additives and household herbicides and insecticides are poisons that the body is subjected to every day in small amounts. However, long-term exposure can have different effects.

Very often, we don’t take seriously small aches such as headaches, sluggishness and sensitivity to smell, but because of them we feel the way we feel.

How to get rid of them and what is the cause of these unpleasant phenomena? The answer is to look for the toxins that we constantly eat.

The next seven signs are warning signs of toxins in the body and this is how to eliminate them.

Constant tiredness

Although you slept well, you struggle to finish the day-to-day tasks. This may be a sign that your body is trying to eliminate all the toxins that you have consumed. How to deal with this? If your answer to this question is “more coffee” or “sweets” you are wrong. Caffeine and sugar will only make your problem even worse because they just “clog” the metabolic processes in the body.

Weight problems

It is not easy to take off the extra pounds, but even with exercise and carefully selected ingredients you have trouble losing weight, maybe your problem is hormonal. The connection to the toxins is not always obvious, but the fact that excessive amounts of toxins against which the body fights can disturb the glands. You need to make a detox to restore the natural balance of your hormones.

Bad breath

You use chewing gums, pay attention to the oral hygiene but the problem persists. Bad breath is usually a symptom of digestion issues, but it may be a sign that you have too many toxins in the body.

Constipation

Our intestines receive a lot of toxins and help your body eliminate them. When we have problems with constipation, all the toxins remain in the part of the digestive tract, which affects negatively on the whole body. Headaches or pain in other parts of the body and fatigue are some of the consequences of constipation.

If the food you consume contains too much chemicals and pesticides, the toxins are inevitable so you will have additional problems due to irregular bowel movements.

Sensitivity to smells

Strong reactions to smells, especially perfume, simply means that your body can not stand them. However, if you become hypersensitive to every little stronger scent it means that you have a problem with excess of toxins that accumulate in the body. If you feel a headache as soon as you smell a stronger scent, it is almost certain that toxins are the cause of your problem.

Muscle aches

If you can’t repeat the exercises that you did the day before, this may be caused by toxins. This is especially true if the muscle aches occur even though you don’t have intense physical activity.

Skin changes

Acne, blackheads and other problems that occur on the skin are a sign that the body is full of harmful toxins. Acne can occur because of the products we apply, while eczema and psoriasis show that the organism has difficulties fighting off toxins.

If you suffer from any of the symptoms that we have listed, read the following steps that can help you:

1. Drink dandelion, parsley or coriander tea.
2. Drink plenty of water – it will help eliminate the toxins from the body
3. Exercise at least 30 minutes a day. Exercise improves circulation and helps your body eliminate the toxins faster.
4. Make sure that your diet has enough probiotics, which means: yogurt, kefir, kombucha tea.
5. Always wash the tongue while brushing your teeth.
6. Practice deep breathing – a lot of toxins enter through the lungs.
7. Use only natural skin products that do not contain fragrances, sulfates and other toxins.
8. Organic food is the healthiest, so eat whenever you have the opportunity to do so.