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Treating Anxiety Naturally & recognizing its Mechanism of Action within the body


Can methylfolate help with my anxiety? Does my MTHFR make me anxious? Stay with me throughout this entire article and we’ll talk about anxiety, how to break it down chemically in the brain and what we can do to help lessen it, especially if we have MTHFR or want to consider taking methylfolate to alleviate it. Our Customer Success Story: "I’m Jamie Hope, owner of Methyl-Life, and I have been studying MTHFR & related genes since 2011, way before most folks had ever heard of it.  I learned about it through a doctor in eastern WA.  I was convinced not only by the science I learned from Dr. Rawlins, but also by my own personal journey through anxiety, low mood,...
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What Does Citicoline Do for the Brain?


Our brain is the most complex part of our body. It’s an organ that’s been studied for hundreds of years, yet we still know so little about it. As research continues daily, we are learning more about what our brain needs to function and what we can do to help it function better.  It is known that there are hundreds of neurons and neurotransmitters throughout our bodies that are affecting a wide range of our bodily functions. When these aren’t connecting properly, we l experience a variety of mental disruptions.  One promising nutrient that’s recently been uncovered in the search for cognitive health is citicoline, which many researchers are claiming to be their favorite brain nutrient.  What is Citicoline? Citicoline’s...
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Low Folate Levels and ADHD


Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) has been defined by the medical community as a neurologically-based disorder. When disorders are neurological in origin, this means they typically affect the brain in addition to the nerves around the body. Unfortunately, brain-based disorders (and psychiatry in general) are areas of medicine that are typically studied in isolation. “Psychiatry” is a separate practice on its own. It is rare for psychiatrists to work alongside functional and integrative medicine practitioners. Additionally, some psychiatrists can be quick to prescribe brain-based medications (stimulants, SSRIs, among others) before looking into the potential root cause of the problem. How Does the Body Communicate with the Brain? The brain and the body communicate through an intricate system of neurotransmitters. According to...
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Healthy Ways to Clear Brain Fog


Sudokus, Brain Exercise activity books, Jeopardy, and now Brain Boosting vitamin supplements...what next, right? Whether you’re getting older, feeling the effects of Mommy Brain, not getting brain stimulation from your job, or you’re dealing with the onset of dementia, there’s a host of reasons why you might benefit from vitamins and nutrients to shore up the walls of your body’s most important, complex, hardest working organ. Ingredients that help: Omega-3 as Fish Oil: Studies have shown that taking fish oil supplements (which are high in EPA and DHA--eicosatetraenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid) may help improve memory in people with mild cognitive impairment, and they are also recommended to help people with depression. For use with Alzheimer’s, here are some guidelines:...
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The Role of L-Methylfolate Supplements in Depression Management


Depression is sometimes referred to as ‘the silent killer’, due to the fact that people often suffer in silence, and try to pretend that everything is fine when they’re dealing with the condition. There is an unfair and unneeded stigma attached to mental health disorders which is why people often keep their troubles to themselves. There is nothing wrong with admitting you’re dealing with mental health disorders, in fact, statistically, more people are currently more likely to have to deal with mental health disorders at some point, than not. The good news is that thanks to supplements such as l-5 mthf supplement also known as L-methylfolate, depression, stress, and anxiety are now more manageable than ever before. L-methylfolate supplements and...
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