Is fluoride bad for your health?

Fluoride bad for health

Fluoride bad for health

There are about 40 diseases researched with fluoride side effects. (Click on the study links to get more details) Some of them are

  • Fluoride toxicity
  • Fluorosis
  • Childhood Cognitive Disorders
  •  Low/Impaired Intelligence Quotient (IQ)
  • Prenatal Nutrition: negative impact on Learning/Intelligence of Offspring
  • Cognitive Decline/Dysfunction
  • Infertility in male and female
  • Impaired children growth
  • Abortion
  • Pineal gland diseases
  • Low sperm quality
  • Heart problem
  • Oxidative stress
  • Aging
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Birth defects
  • Breast feeding concerns
  • Hormone  Insufficency
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Huntington Disease
  • Ovarian Diseases
  • Schizophrenia
  • Tourette Syndrome
  • Uterine Diseases
  • Brain: Microglial Activation
  • Hair Loss and quaility problems
  • Neurodegenerative disease

Study 1. Fluoride is neurotoxic,  diseases : Childhood Cognitive Disorders, Cognitive Decline/Dysfunction, Fluoride Toxicity , Fluorosis, Intelligence Quotient (IQ): Low/Impaired, Prenatal Nutrition: Learning/Intelligence of Offspring

Exposure to high levels of fluoride may adversely influence children’s intelligence development.

Study 2. Infant formula consumption may be associated with an increased risk of developing at least some detectable level of enamel fluorosis.

Study 3. The problem substance fluoride leads to Ectopic Calcification, Fluoride Toxicity , Pineal Gland Calcification , Pineal Gland Diseases

Fluoride deposits in the pineal gland with age and is associated with enhanced gland calcification.

Study 4. Infants fully formula-fed on formulae prepared with optimally fluoridated water (0.7-1.0 mg/L) have a high probability of exceeding the upper limit for fluoride and are at increased risk of dental fluorosis

Study 5. The results suggest that overexposure to fluoride (160-320 μM) can induce cytotoxicity and regulate relevant genes expression.

Study 6. Fluoride is associated with diseases-  Brain Inflammation , Fluoride Toxicity ,Neurodegenerative Diseases, Oxidative Stress

Aluminium, fluoride and a combination of aluminium-fluoride treatments caused an increase in brain lipid peroxidation products and reactive oxygen species formation.

Study 7. Fluoride is cardiotoxic and responsible for  Arterial Calcification, Atheroma, Atherosclerosis, Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), Ectopic Calcification, Fluoride Toxicity

Effect of water fluoridation on the development of medial vascular calcification in uremic rats.

Study 8.  Fluoride could pose a great threat to thyroid endocrine system.

Study 9. Fluoride exposure over several generations results in adverse histopathological and biochemical changes in lung tissue.

Study 10. Fluoride is neurotoxic , responsible for diseases  Fluoride Toxicity , Hypothyroidism, Prenatal Chemical Exposures, Prenatal Nutrition: Learning/Intelligence of Offspring

High fluoride exposure has multigenerational and cumulative adverse effects on thyroid status, brain health and learning memory in rats.

Study 11. Prolonged ingestion of fluoride through drinking water, particularly with high doses, induced significant histopathological and biochemical changes leading to myocardial tissue damage.

Study 12.  Sodium fluoride is genotoxic and teratogenic; leads to  Fluoride Toxicity , Huntington Disease, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Prenatal Chemical Exposures, Schizophrenia,Tourette Syndrome

Sodium flouride exposure during pregnancy may interfere with normal development and increase the risk of neurological and psychiatric disorders in adulthood.

Study 13. Fluoride and sofium fluoride has anti-infertility action, results into  Fluoride Toxicity , Infertility: Male, Sperm Quality: Low

Sodium fluoride administrated in drinking water of 2, 4, and 6 ppm concentration for 6 months to male rats adversely affected their fertility and reproductive system.

Study 14. Sodium fluoride exposure changed histological structure and ultrastructure of hypothalamus–pituitary–testicular axis and significantly increased the malformation ratio of sperm.

Study 15. Sodium fluoride may adversely affect early embryonic development by disrupting the methylation of H19 and Peg3 through downregulation of DNMT1.

Study 16. Fluoride is associated with hypothyroidism

Due to the ability of fluoride to inhibit the production of thyroid hormones, a transition to low exposure may result in hyperthyroidism associated psychosis.

Study 17. Fluoride and sodium fluoride are the risk factor for many Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), Fluoride Toxicity , Kidney Damage

Excess fluoride in drinking water and in the locally grown food in the affected areas might lead to chronic kidney diseases.

Study 18. Fluoride and sodium fluroide damages teeth

Excessive amounts of fluoride cause autophagy of HAT-7 cells, indicating that autophagy is involved in dental fluorosis.

Study 19. A study has shown that the toxicity of fluoride is determined by environmental conditions and the positive cations present. At a pH typical of gastric juice, fluoride is largely protonated as hydrofluoric acid HF. Industrial fluoride ingested from treated water enters saliva at levels too low to affect dental caries. Blood levels during lifelong consumption can harm heart, bone, brain, and even developing teeth enamel. The widespread policy known as water fluoridation is discussed in light of these findings.

Study 20. Exposure to high fluoride concentrations in drinking water is associated with decreased birth rates.

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