posted on May, 29 2013 @ 07:29 PM
reply to post by smyleegrl
Vitamin and supplements really work. They work more synergistically. The modern life has caused us to have more chemical imbalances than any other
time in history. You also might have genes that could cause certain nutrients to be deficient.
Maybe you could go through this thread-
I wrote it after much research. I am talking about months of reading research materials. Although what I wrote is pretty simplistic(looking at average
reader of this site) the points I made were relevant. I will admit I did not read the whole thread, however the points made by a lot of people are
Since you were taking Seroquel, I believe you probably were diagnosed with being bipolar. There are lots of supplements that can help. Before I talk
about that I would like to say that if your system is unbalanced then even using these supplements would not correct the problem only mask it.
Spectracell has a micronutrients test that would tell you if you deficient in any thing.
Some supplements to look at-
Lecithin (I like the sunflower kind)
I find that doctors are really deficient in understanding of nutritional biochemistry. They are taught to push pills to mask the situation instead of
correcting it( where is the profit in that?)
Yoga (my wii has a yoga game with a stand; wii fit, you can easily find one cheap at a pawn shop)
Eating right - Limit dairy and meat intake. Juice if possible. Avoid MSG, high fructose. Drink plenty of water.
Either way good luck. I believe with the right research and nutrition most cases of depression can be severely reduced. There are plenty of papers to
read on google scholar if you get into researching what can help you.
Some links for you to read-