ADHD Medications Can’t Correct Trace Element Imbalances
I’ll be keeping you posted in the coming days on more interesting studies and reports on the relevance of trace element awareness and testing for comprehensive review of cognitive challenges often associated with ADHD symptoms. This brief note introduces new complexity to ADHD target definition.
Understanding copper can dramatically change ADHD treatment outcomes.
Neurotransmitter imbalances, like dopamine in the prefrontal cortex, can live downstream from copper challenges. Too much or too little copper can create psychiatric challenges that evade traditional superficial, DSM 4, appearance-based assessments.
If you don’t know what you’re shooting at, you can hit symptoms only by chance. Like shooting geese at night: Honk, Bang! I cast my vote for improved scientifically-based predictability, especially if we’re shooting at correcting brain function.