Monday, April 5, 2010

Antimanic Nutrient Adjustments

Typically, the stronger antidepressant nutrients and herbs would have been tapered around the time that depression ended (e.g., phenylalanine, korean ginseng, etc; perhaps tyrosine, serotonin, inositol, ginkgo, NADH, etc., depending on how strongly they influence mood in the individual.)

But even some nutrients, foods, and herbs which mainly support vibrant health and general stability (e.g., multiples, essential fatty acids, chlorophyll sources, vitamin D, etc.)  may need to be reduced some before an anticipated mania, or as it progresses, again, depending on individual reactions.

For a general overview, see:

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