Malnutrition can induce the symptoms of organic brain syndrome. Chemicals and other toxins can influence it also, as well as food allergens.
Symptoms – Errors in judgment, lack of reasoning ability, short-term memory loss, disorientation, poor intellectual function, neglect of personal hygiene. Severe symptoms include hallucinations, incoherent speech, agitation, and restlessness.
Causes – Malnutrition can induce the symptoms of organic brain syndrome. Chemicals and other toxins can influence it also, as well as food allergens.
- Eat a nutritious, balanced diet.
- Niacin (2,000 mg), vitamin B1 (200 mg), vitamin B12 (1,000 mg), folic acid (5 mg), chromium (50 mg), and zing (30 mg). Essential fatty acids are also needed. Vitamin E (400 IU) repairs brain damage. Manganese (1,000 mg) improves memory. The brain also needs calcium (2,000 mg) and magnesium (1,000 mg). Lecithin (1 tsp.) helps clean plaques from the arteries.
- Include enough fiber in the diet. A congested colon weakens the blood supply to the brain.
- Avoid overcooking or too many cooked foods.
- Avoid alcohol, lead poisoning, and mercury poisoning (found in dental amalgam).
- Do a pulse test to determine if food allergens are part of the problem.
- Do a six-hour glucose tolerance test, to see if diabetes or hypoglycemia is involved.
- Hydrochloric acid (Betain HCI) supplementation may be needed, to increase food absorption.
- Herbs which help include capsicum, burdock, Echinacea, garlic, ginkgo, psyllium, and gotu kola.
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