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Schizophrenia

Is there evidence that vitamin B has a role in schizophrenia?

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2007-07-07 20:01:28

Yes vitiman B does have an affect on sz. It contributes to the

repair of the nervous system, and therefore can only be a

contrabution to the brains transmittors, I know when I make my

husband take his liquiod vitiman B complex, he tends to be much

more calm, and together in his thoughts, and his behavior. I

concider this an answer because of the test trial I have observed

in my husband. This natural source of treatment, is a far better

treatment than the drugs prescribed for mental illness (sz.).

However my husband does take rispidal constant, And to tell you the

truth, it has helped him tramendously.

However, there are some foods and drinks that must be mentioned,

that have provoking bad side effects, and can change their behavior

tremendously, mixing pizza and soda together in large quanities,

can through them in to real bad behavior, their diets have a big

effect on there behavior, junk food is bad. I must add to this ,

that not enough rest, can also have bad side effects, lots of water

has good effects, and stressful situations can really make for an

episode.

No I am not an expert in the classroom, But an observer in the

field. You see when my husband was 2 years old, he was severly

beaten by an evil person, His head had to be reconstructed, The

head injury also necessitated surgical placement of a

ventriculoparietal shunt to minimize hydrocephalus by draining

excess cerebral-spinal fluid from his head. This has given him

cognitive deficits, When he was thirteen the shunt had some

problems, and it was removed, he was sent home. Unfortunately,

excessive cerebral-spino fluid was still being produced the

pressure created by this hydrocephalus cause premanent damage to

Alex's optic nerve rendering him blind. Thanks to God for answering

prayer Alex no longer lives with a shunt and has been given some of

his sight back. All I can say is God is good, when bad things

happen. Hope this helps, Diana


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