When I read a message like yours, I feel obliged to suggest that you review your recent dental history. The key is to identify whether you've had, very close in time to the onset of your negative symptoms, any specific (especially if it is extensive) dental work. I have 30 years experience with amalgam toxicity and am not speaking irresponsibly. Be assured the chances that your problems are dental-related are not high: it's much more likely NOT to be a source than to be one. But you need to eliminate the possibility. If by any chance you had an accident that resulted in dental work, or a crown that came off and was just repaired, or a root canal or other oral surgery, that needs to be taken note of. Review all your recent activities and make sure nothing involving the placing, removing or repairing of teeth has happened. If nothing like that comes to mind, around the time these symptoms appeared, then they are unlikely to be manifestations of amalgam toxicity and you can move on to look for more likely origins. But if you think there is any kind of correlation between dental work and the onset of these symptoms, feel free to e-mail me and I'll be happy to respond with whatever practical suggestions my own experience might offer. In the meantime, my best wishes.