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Do they? I've heard some people say that their eyes change color according to their mood or what they were wearing.
Metal deposits in the eyes can eventually change your eye color. I had green eyes my entire life, but when my chronic Lyme and electrosensitivities became more severe, I noticed my eyes began to develop copper splotches all around the pupil. I took oral EDTA, which helps to remove metals, and they are now less green and have very little copper around the pupils.Instead, I now have a light gold ring around the pupils.
As copper deposits in the brain it can cause various symptoms: Physical symptoms such as an odd type of tremor in the arms, slowness of movement, difficulty with speech, writing problems, difficulty swallowing, an unsteady walk, headaches, seizures. Psychological symptoms such as depression, mood swings, inability to concentrate. Affected people may become very argumentative and emotional and may seem to have a 'change in personality'.
The perception of color depends upon various factors.These are the same eyes; however, depending on the light and surrounding hues, the eye color can appear quite different.