Your personal story could be my story

by Lu
(NC)

I am 52 years old and have suffered from severe depression and going through menopause the last 12 years has been even worse. I have had one ovary all my adult life and I think that has contributed to my depression. I have 34 of the symptoms on the list for low progesterone. I have tried everything from antidepressants to natural remedies and nothing has worked.

I am unemployed right now because of the economy, but I want to try the Natpro when funds are available. Wray, your story gave me hope for myself for the first time in my life.

Thank you.

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Sep 15, 2009
Your personal story could be my story
by: Wray

Hi Lu. Thanks for your kind words, I now know how you must be feeling! I've given a list of natural antidepressants/anti-anxiety nutrients below, hope they can help too:

1. Tryptophan 250-6000mg/ night only, away from food. Increase very slowly. Low in depression, insomnia, anxiety, OCD, a slow gut leading to constipation, a stomach in knots, IBS, aches and pains, including fibromyalgia, hot flushes, a tight chest and more.
2. Tyrosine 250-6000mg/day increase slowly. Low in depression, calms over excited brain, good for hyperactivity.
3. GABA 250-1000mg/day. Our most calming neurotransmitter, but GABA is difficult to administer. As it?s easy to exceed what is needed and then symptoms come back, increase very slowly. Generally it?s best to use progesterone as this activates the GABA receptor sites without the need for extra GABA.
4. Taurine 500-5000mg/day excellent at calming, both the brain and heart.
5. Inositol 500-12000mg/day Effective antidepressant at high levels, also stabilises blood sugar, often a cause of depression.
6. Vitamin B3 (niacinamide) 100-300mg/day. Levels of 1500mg/day of niacinamide have been given for anxiety.

It?s best to take the co-factor vitamins with the aminos to aid in their conversion: Vitamin B3, B6 and folic acid, see the container for dosage.

Please contact me via this link. Take care, Wray

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