Symptoms of methane gas poisoning - Aluminum foil poisoning

Aluminum Foil Poisoning Aluminum Foil Poisoning

Aluminum is a form of metal that is present in our surrounding environment in the food we eat, the water we drink, and the soil. Aluminum is toxic for health and most of people do suffer from this toxicity to a certain extent. Only when the toxic levels of aluminum increase in the body it leads to poisoning More...

Symptoms Of Methane Gas Poisoning

Symptoms Of Methane Gas Poisoning

Methane is a poisonous gas and can lead to death if inhaled in excess. A person can induce methane into their body by inhaling it, drinking, eating and also touching. Actually most of us would have taken methane in some form or the other. The most common form of methane intake is through inhalation. More...

 

Affects Of Lead Poisoning

Affects Of Lead Poisoning

When the level of lead in the body is higher than the recommended level, it reults in lead poisoning. The body possesses a very small quantity of lead in the blood that is approximately 10 micrograms per deciliter. Any amount higher than this would be considered as lead poisoning. Lead poisoning can potentially destroy any part of the human body, but it mainly affects the human kidney and the central nervous system. More...

Signs Of Blood Poisoning

Signs Of Blood Poisoning

In medical terms the blood poisoning is termed as sepsis. It is a bacterial infection that spreads across the blood stream. It may initiate from an already infected wound and can get transported quickly to all other parts of the body and organs via the blood stream. Blood poisoning can lead to sudden drop in the blood pressure and often terminates in death.More...

Symptoms Of Zinc Poisoning

Symptoms Of Zinc Poisoning

Zinc is a bluish white metal which present in the earth in abundance. It has many uses. It is used for coating of materials which has been rusted and also blends with other metals very easily. Zinc can also be used for wood preservatives. A small quantity of zinc is also needed by the human body. The recommended amount of zinc in a healthy adult is approximately 12mg to 15mg but not more than that. An overdose of zinc in the human body can lead to zinc poisoning and it can be lethal.More...