SSRI

April 4, 2010

Depression, 5HTP and L-Tryptophan: Laboratory Markers Matter

Consider the typical progression of a patient with major depression: They usually go through periods of poor appetite and limited food intake, and they systematically show decreases in average stomach acid output. So, their protein intake and digestive capacity become deteriorated.
April 4, 2007

Mold Madness: Neurotoxins Overlooked 1

Mold Neurotoxins Matter Many Molds Are Dangerously Neurotoxic: Sick Buildings Deliver Crippling Brain and Body Blows.  “A 1984 World Health Organization report into the syndrome suggested […]
March 3, 2007

Hormones: SSRIs and Suicide

Connections Between Hormone Dysregulation, Suicide and “Incurable Depression:” Yesterday spent nine hours with Eldred Taylor, MD [Brd Cert OB-GYN] as he connected and reconnected depression, the […]
February 10, 2007

Adrenal Fatigue 2: Depression and Suicide

Suicide outcome a possibility: as SSRIs don’t work for Adrenal Fatigue. I have treated several burned out, completely exhausted senior executives who have slammed themselves against […]

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