Nickel (Ni)

Nickel is a heavy metal belonging to the group consisted of Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Chromium, Arsenic and Copper. They may either be present in the body in tiny amounts for certain functions that are needed by the metabolism or they may be there by any toxic reason. If not excreted they may cause organ damage, behavioural changes, memory problems and specific symptoms depending on the type of the metal. Heavy metals can be ingested through food, inhalation, water, and skin.
Interpretation:Heavy metals can damage brain cells, bind to, and inactivate natural body proteins, cause nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, lung, heart, skeletal and vascular diseases, allergies, pharyngitis, bronchitis headache, eye and eardrum problems, liver, brain, and kidney damage and even cancer. Blood levels should be checked routinely, especially in workplaces or residential areas where these metals are concentrated.
Sample: Arm venous blood. Fasting.
Working day: Wednesday
Result Time: 4 days at 6 PM