One in five people who have bipolar disorder commit suicide. It can be a crippling illness characterized by unpredictable, extreme mood swings including profound depression and manic behaviors. Fortunately, there is research that points to the effectiveness of some micronutrients in stopping the symptoms of bipolar disorder.
“Some people may inherit the need for more vitamins and minerals in order to have brain health”, says Bonnie Kaplan, PhD.
Global TV News, out of Alberta, Canada created a 3 minute video that is now posted on YouTube: http://youtu.be/CcZhhuq-O3Y that tells the story of a particularly effective product. It is a specific natural supplement of vitamins and minerals that has been successful in treating people with bipolar disorder so they can lead normal lives. For some, it completely replaces the need for psychiatric medications.
Dr. Charles Popper, a psychiatrist from Harvard University says it has radically changed his private practice as his clients now consult him regarding these micronutrients rather than how to cope with suicidal thoughts.
The name of the company behind the product line is aptly, “True Hope”. You can watch a 10 minute video on True Hope and Bipolar at this page: http://youtu.be/Zpjcz9KBbFs
Twenty independent studies have been published, 14 in peer reviewed Medical Journals, including several in “The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry”, validating True Hope’s EmpowerPlus Q96’s effectiveness with mild to severe disorders such as Bipolar Disorder and depression.
Of course, anyone suffering with mental health issues will ideally seek assistance not only for the biological issues that may be present but also for the psychological, social and spiritual challenges he/ she uniquely has.
(This is not a paid advertisement. IMHU receives no money to write this blog or refer to True Hope. We remain independent of lobbies and special interests. We are sharing this information as not many people know about the effectiveness of this particular treatment. Please note: if you are seeking help for yourself or a loved one please consult your trusted health care provider for diagnosis and treatment. Our blogs are educational and are not a replacement for professional consultation.)