Bipolar Disorder

Natural bipolar disorder cure, manic depression, treatment without drugs

Using Natural Substances to Treat Depression and Bipolar Disorder

Dr. Raymond Forbes, D.M.D. (Doctor of Dental Medicine). I graduated from Washington and Jefferson College with a B.A. in Biology and the University of Pittsburgh School of Dentistry in 1967. I practice general dentistry, nutritional analysis and functional orthodontics. I studied with Melvin Page D.D.S. in the early 1970's for a period of 3-4 years. During this period and subsequently he trained over 275 physicians and dentists in his technique. Dr. Page died in 1983 at the age of 93.

Research Shows Link Between Nutrition and Bipolar Disorder

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Treating Bipolar Naturally

Researchers have long shown the connection between nutritional deficiencies and mental illness. TrueHope Nutritional Support explains why nutritional related mental illness is more wide spread than you realize.

It may be surprising to know that people who suffer from bipolar disorder, or manic depression, now have a herbal ally. Extensive research has shown promise through the use of vitamin and mineral supplements.

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Stories of People Who Beat Bipolar Naturally

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An Albertan women says a controversial nutritional supplement gave her her life back. Autumn Stringam suffers from bipolar disorder. As Michelle Skerman reports, she is now sharing her story with others.

They’re a picture perfect family, but the Stringam family in Coaldale, Alberta wasn’t always this idyllic.

TrueHope's EmPowerPlus: Natural Remedy for Bipolar Disorder

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A new hope for people living on the edge. Can a natural remedy succeed where powerful drugs fail?

You’ve probably heard about the family of drugs here: Prozac, Paxil, Xanax. If you haven’t taken one of those drugs, you’ve probably heard of somebody who has.

Natural Bipolar Cure?

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...First, an act of desperation that could turn into a medical breakthrough. In 1994, Debbie Stephan, an Alberta mother of 10, committed suicide. Her husband, Anthony, was devastated. Debbie had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Also, called manic depression illness. It’s a common infliction thought to be caused by changing levels of chemicals in the brain. People with bipolar disorder can have huge mood swings. There’s also a genetic component and it seems to run in the Stephan family. Anthony Stephan saw the same symptoms in his son and his daughter.

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