Understanding chemical toxicity exposure

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Symptoms of neurotoxicity: Symptoms could occur shortly after being exposed to the substance, or later. 

Diagnosis of neurotoxicity: A nerve conduction test is usually done to ascertain whether the peripheral nervous system has been affected.

Chemical exposure: We are all exposed to chemicals in our daily lives.

Chemical exposure: While everyday exposure to dangerous chemicals is indeed low, some consumer products can be potentially toxic.

Neurotoxicity: Neurotoxicants can be natural or man-made. Both can have adverse effects on our nervous system and the brain.

Toxic products: Toxic products may include pesticides, cosmetics, air fresheners.

Symptoms of neurotoxicity: Other symptoms include cognitive and behavioral problems, limb weakness, numbness or tingling.

Toxic products: Other substances that can be neurotoxic to us include chemotherapy drugs, radiation.

Neurotoxicity: When we’re exposed to these products, the normal functioning of the nervous system is affected. 

Diagnosis of neurotoxicity: Other tests used to detect damage to the brain include a pupillography, a computerized balance heart rate.

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