Vitamin deficiencies can cause or exacerbate a multitude of behavioral and psychological symptoms.
It’s so important to get tested; supplements may be what you need to help take control.
While Vitamins and supplements are unlikely to solve all of your problems, they can often make medicinal treatments more effective or help you gain control to be able to effectively participate in therapy.
Below are some well documented and researched deficiencies and their effects.
Depression, apathy, anxiety, irritability, Agoraphobia. It is most common in people who drink a lot of alcohol.
Depression, irritability, aggression, panic attacks, migraines.
Apathy, anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue, insomnia.
Depression, fatigue, lethargy –common in those taking anti-seizure medication and people on long term antibiotics.
Depression,irritability, sensitivity to sound, PMS, Agoraphobia.
Depression, irritability, confusion, memory loss, delusions, paranoia.
Hypochondria , anxiety , Vitamin C calms the nervous system and helps regulate the stress response. Vitamin C lowers your cortisol levels which can also help you lose weight and sleep better.
Fatigue, muscle weakness, depression in winter, difficulty losing weight, poor immunity, hair loss
Muscle cramps, anxiety, insomnia, worsening insulin resistance. Magnesium is a great muscle relaxant, it is involved in over 600 processes in the body.
Weak immunity, thinning hair, anxiety, depression, loss of taste,acne, acne, poor gut function.
These are the most common ones. Of course there are many more to look at.
Contact me for a consultation so we can look at what deficiencies you may have and what programs we can put in place.