While serotonin deficiency may have genetic causes, many times it is acquired via poor lifestyle choices such as the ones enumerated above. But whether it’s genetic or acquired you can definitely bank on the hope that it can be reversed completely, provided that you seek professional help and adhere faithfully to the solutions that will be laid out for you.
Depression, mood swings and fatigue often have a common cause: poor nutrition. Avoiding depression or recovering from a depressive episode is often as easy as changing your diet and boosting your consumption of key foods that deliver brain-boosting nutrients and help regulate brain chemistry.
Nutri-Living Solutions Blog August 11, 2009 FDA Declares Mercury Amalgam Fillings Safe for All Any scientific credibility the FDA might have been clinging to in these last few years has now disintegrated with the agency’s recent announcement that after reviewing 200 scientific studies, it has concluded mercury fillings are safe for human health! This ruling, [...]
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Nutri-Living Solutions Blog March 15, 2009 LIST OF SYMPTOMS OF HYPOGLYCEMIA OR LOW BLOOD SUGAR Experienced by over 90 percent of hypoglycemics: Nervousness Experienced by over 80 percent: Irritability & mood swings (Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde) Exhaustion & unexplained tiredness Faintness Tremors Dizziness Cold sweats Weak spells Depression Experienced by over 70 percent: Vertigo [...]
Nutri-Living Solutions Blog March 10, 2009 A Nutritional Approach to Depression A recent study showed that a number of anti-depressant drugs including Prozac and others were little more effective than a placebo for treating depression. Yet with more people than ever seeking help for depression – and current prescriptions for anti-depressants at record levels – [...]
Nutri-Living Solutions Blog OMNS, October 16, 2008 Bipolar Kids Need Nutrition, Not Junk Food and More Drugs The NY Times Magazine’s cover story, “The Bipolar Kid” (September 14, 2008), is a very bleak article. While emphasizing the miseries of living with such a child, Jennifer Egan’s article offers little hope except for ever-increasing doses of [...]