Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Histadelia and Other Approaches for Bipolar Disorder

Readers interested in reviewing entries for histadelia (brain undermethylation and folate accumulation) can start at the 12/3/10 post on histadelia and bipolar depression and go on from there.
Most of the posts which follow are on histadelia, although from July 21 to Aug 20, 2011,  I talk about histapenia, in many ways the opposite biotype.
The early histadelia posts are more basic. Recently, I have turned the focus to histadelia biochemistry.
Remember, though histadelia is the largest biotype in bipolars, any combo of pyroluria, histapenia, allergies/immune dysfunction, oxidative stress, metal metabolism issues, Candida, blood sugar problems, hormone imbalances, toxicity, neurological disorders, etc., may be the relevant factor(s) for a specific individual.
To get a comprehensive view, you may want to look through my book,  Natural Healing for Bipolar Disorder
                available here.

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Reminder: This information is presented for educational purposes only, and is not intended as diagnosis or treatment recommendations for the individual. Each person's biochemical requirements tend to be unique. So if you need treatment for bipolar, or any other medical condition, please consult a knowledgeable physician.

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