The Natural Medicine Guide to Bipolar Disorder may provide hope to the more than three million Americans who struggle to control their bipolar disorder. Stephanie Marohn’s book offers many components that can help sufferers make living with being bipolar more manageable.
The advice included here ranges from the simple—such as eliminating things that patients are allergic to and using nutritional therapy including amino acids—to the more complex, such as biochemical therapy and psychoneurobiology..
Case studies back up the efficacy of all of the treatments listed above, and direction is given as where to find resources to learn more about implementing these strategies. This revised version has the most up-to-date numbers from research professionals who are at the head of their field.
Too often, the remedy for bipolar disorder is to throw medication at it; results vary from no change to a stupefying prescription pill haze. The Natural Medicine Guide to Bipolar Disorder offers a much-needed alternative treatment to those who have tried the traditional treatment with less than successful results.
This is an easy read that can give hope to the hopeless. Some of the less involved suggestions, such as allergy management, can change the lives of readers for the better. Those who have been let down by traditional treatment owe it to themselves to try The Natural Medicine Guide to Bipolar Disorder.
If you or a loved one is dealing with bipolar disorder, this volume is more than worth the purchase price if it can suggest an alternative that might provide blessed relief from a condition that is almost epidemic in today’s society.