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Probably not: THE SUPPLEMENT INDUSTRY EXISTS BECAUSE WE FAIL TO ADAPT HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE CHANGES. LOW GLYCEMIC/SUGAR DIET, DAILY EXERCISE OR WALKING FOR 60 MINS/DAY, 7-9 HRS OF SLEEP. LOW STRESS, NO TOBACCO USE, MINIMAL ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AND SPEAKING WITH A NUTRITIONIST IS A STARTING POINT. I CONSUME BERBERINE TWICE A DAY BEFORE A MEAL BECAUSE IT PROTECTS FROM SUGAR SPIKES IN OUR BLOODSTREAM. ...Read more
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (Adhd) (Definition)
A bio-psycho-social disorder characterized by inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. ADHD typically interferes with daily functioning or mental and social development. It is usually present in childhood, continuing into adulthood, and is genetically transmitted. ...Read more
Not in Alzheimers: If the person does not have alzheimer's where it would react against treatment for that condition, it would be fine as long as the antianxiety drug is not a tricyclic antidepressant or any medication that causes dry mouth and blurred vision (anticholinergic symptoms). ...Read more
Drugs together: Go to Drugs.com and use their drug interactions calculator. if that does not help let's chat as it will depend on your own body and we can get a better answer for YOU! ...Read more
Why????: (sigh) Why are people so willing to do things to their bodies they'd NEVER do to their cars? If a fuel additive sold at Pep Boys had as little evidence of efficacy as these herbals, you'd NEVER trust it in your gas tank. Think critically. Be skeptical. Look at FACTS. Acquire some real knowledge. Don't get taken in by every traveling medicine show or snake-oil salesman that comes down the pike. ...Read more
Does phosphatidylserine cause insomnia? I took it in the morning and I still can't sleep 15 hours later.
Medical food: Phosphatidyl serine is a medical food useful in some Alzheimer's patients to stabilize deterioration. I have NO clue as to why you may be taking this, at age 28. If it causes adverse effects, likely best to avoid. Discuss all of this with your doctor. ...Read more
Any suggestions on which online site sells the best form of phosphatidylserine and phosphatidylcholine supplements?
Lecithin: Probably is helpful in treatment of fatty liver disease. It has not shown sufficient evidence of utility in other conditions such as memory disorders, head injury, mania, dry skin or cholesterol management. The best sources are soy and eggs. There has been a lot of study done since 1994 when it was touted as a great scientific find . ...Read more
Drug interactions: Melatonin is used to advance sleep onset, and phosphatidylserine is usually used or promoted for brain function. Taking them together should not be an issue but there are websites that can do drug interaction analysis. Also are you taking any other medications as these can play a role together. What doses are you taking as this too can play a role. Taking these then you need to see md for help. ...Read more
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