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Devora
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I just ordered Brain Allergies.  Looks like a great book!


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malehe shalom to John

@Anna-Maria, I agree completely with you and there are huge differences between those *bad* voices and the feeling or better said the need of being like John mentioned it; we might have our eyes onto the ENTP/J's right over there .... and even sometimes also...depends of how much of E-side they do possess, also the INTP'J's .D
then next is the art of being obsessiv...even allied to compulsive disorders....here the difference is: that
attainte people can't do anything against *must* act likewise etc...and sorry here I am not at all against in the usance of drugs like Sertraline etc, because here in minimal dosages, there can be optimal results...nooooo problem at all and we should see also, that  often with natural stuffs, even in highest dosages...after a while..... nothing to be to expected.... we can't deny here anything...yup....
the only thing that I do reclame is, that with our possibilities and knowledges from today and also with our access to the internet, we should be able to try all before to go on chemicals bombes. When you read the articles of Dr. A. Hoffer about his art to cure those sickness, so far he is one of the greates mastes in that area, I guess
I saw peoples and their reaction under *clopeksol* and other stuffies like this, sorry
today allmost of those people do have problems with their liver etc.......in the best of a case  
I may allow myselve to point out to some very good books, sorry I do know this only in teutonic or french language....
1.Dr. Gerhard Roth *Das Gehirn und seine Wirklichkeiten* Kognitive Neurobiologie und seine philosophischen Konsequenzen      -Suhrkamp-Verlag-
2.G.Roth,*Fühlen,Denken,Handeln....wie das Gehirn user Verhalten steuert* Suhrkamp-Verlag
this is one of the best of the latest 10 years articles I read on Neurbiological tops; but it's possible both books are outta phases 1997 until 2001 that there's lots more to add now

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Wow, Devora ... holding you and your son to the light!
Maybe diet will help you moderate the meds.
My bro went the full gamut of anti-psychotics, and is on the strongest one - he needs his blood tested weekly.

John and MoDon, very interesting about the thyroxin connection ...

My theory is that the human body is like one of those Skwish toys. Ever see those? A ball held together by beads and elastics. Pull one out of place and all the others are affected.
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I remember reading somewhere years ago that a copper deficiency was suspected of contributing to schizophrenia.....all very interesting.  


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