3- Deodorants don’t help and you still feel stinky
You took your morning shower, applied deodorant, and yet in the subway people twitch their nose when you come close to them. You guessed it: toxins might be making you stinky! These toxins, when digested, produce gases and odors which while escaping through your bodily pores can give you an odor that might rival the most fetid fart you’ve ever experienced.
4- Aching joints and muscles are running you down
If you haven’t pushed yourself at the gym or done some physically tiring work, but you still have muscle and joint pain, toxin buildup might be the reason. Body aches and pains are indicators that you could have unchecked inflammation in your body, so if you have no other reason for the inflammation, try detoxing.
5- New blemishes appear on your skin
Skin is the largest organ in our bodies and is often exposed to pollution. Also, products such as shampoos, conditioners, soaps, and lotions that we use can contain harmful chemicals. Exposure to so many toxic chemicals can lead to symptoms such as acne, rashes, and eczema.
6- Falling asleep is getting harder
On one hand, toxin buildup makes you feel exhausted and on the other, making matters worse, can spoil your sleep. High amounts of toxins in the body can cause the level of the sleep-controlling hormone Cortisol to go awry, thereby negatively impacting your sleep. Insomnia can lead to severe health issues, so if you think that falling asleep is getting harder, consider doing a detox.