Even so, rapid change is sometimes needed during life-threatening mood states. This is the point at which people are usually taken to the hospital. Wouldn't it be great if the hospital had IV orthomolecular treatment available (i.e., intravenous nutrients as per unique need)? So a person could stabilize while supporting brain function and vitality?
For some of the work now being done with IV vitamins, see:
Dr. Joan Larson's site
For a general overview of the nutrients now being studied for bipolar, see:
or, to learn more, check out my book, Natural Healing for Bipolar Disorder