Exposure to toxic chemicals can result in toxic poisoning. The exposure can occur in a number of different ways, and it is highly likely that you are not even aware of your exposure. Symptoms of toxic poisoning may include anemia, seizures, lack of hand-eye coordination, impaired fine motor skills, fatigue, and constant flu-like symptoms. Consistent toxic poisoning can lead to hearing loss, heart damage, bone damage, kidney damage, and damage to your blood cells.
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Possible sources of toxic poisoning include:
Toxic poisoning may happen over time with continued exposure to toxic chemicals, or it may happen in a short period of time with a high exposure to toxic chemicals. Toxic poisoning often results in injuries such as cancer, liver problems, or kidney failure. In many cases, by the time the expose is discovered, the injury has already occurred. In some cases, there are no symptoms of the toxic poisoning. You may not be aware of it until you are diagnosed with a toxic poisoning-related illness or disease. Toxic poisoning can be deadly, particularly if it is not detected and treated quickly.
Many forms of toxic exposure may be difficult to prove. However, there are some that have been proven in court and supported through lawsuits. For example, it has been proven that mesothelioma is a type of cancer only caused by exposure to asbestos, so if you are diagnosed with mesothelioma, you know you have been exposed to asbestos. A common form of toxic poisoning is lead poisoning. Every year approximately 250,000 children are found to have toxic levels of lead in their systems due to poor living conditions.
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