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There is still no medical cure for bipolar disorder; therefore, people with the disorder have been
forced to look elsewhere for a cure. The Internet has gladly stepped forward as a ready source for
miracle (natural) cures for bipolar disorder. I'm not saying that some of these cures do or do not
help; all I'm saying is to remember the saying, "If something sounds too good to be true, it
Some advertisements offering these miracle (natural) cures may actually have harmful
information, and this is what I caution you against the most. Be aware of advertisements about
herbs, vitamins, natural remedies and other alternative methods (especially if they use the word
CURE) as treatment for bipolar disorder, and be forewarned if they encourage you to use these
alternative treatments in place of your prescribed medication.
Always check with your doctor before using anything other than your prescribed medication. Using
these other treatments in addition to your prescribed medication may be all right, if your doctor
gives you the go-ahead; however, you must be aware of advertisements that encourage you to
take any of these other alternative methods instead of your regular medication.
I hate those commercials that say, "You need to take this," or "You need to do that..." They make
me feel like if I don't do it, I'm being left out of something, or something bad is going to happen to
me. Then I shake my head out of the advertising propaganda and remember it's just that - they
want me to feel that way. It's just an advertising ploy to get me to buy something I don't really need
or want. I encourage you not to fall for this ploy.
I'm also realistic. I remember that what works for SOME, doesn't necessarily work for ALL! That's
why I'm so careful about what I put into my body, and what I recommend to other people. I support
a mother with bipolar disorder, and if there really were a miracle cure for bipolar disorder being
sold on the Internet, I would have already bought it and given it to her!
There is another saying that goes, "If it isn't broke, don't fix it." If your bipolar medication is working
for you and you are stable (without symptoms or episodes), why are you looking for a miracle
cure, anyway? This is very dangerous, as some companies will try to take advantage of you, and
many on the Internet are running scams when it comes to miracle cures for bipolar disorder.
Especially be careful of advertisements that promote personal testimonials more than they
promote actual facts, or hide the ingredients of their product. Think about this fact: There is no,
and I repeat, NO natural product, supplement, aid, or CURE for bipolar disorder on the market
today that has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)!
Joshua D. McDavid, M.D., M.P.H., Acting Director of Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry at
the University of Washington in Seattle, says, "Thus it is not surprising that some individuals will
seek unconventional treatments that emphasize macrobiotic, "holistic" or natural remedies. While
keeping an open mind about new developments is a good general principal, we wish to emphasize
strongly that the only scientifically proven treatments for bipolar disorder are pharmacologic and
we similarly strongly discourage the use of such "natural" remedies, without the collaboration of a
competent, board certified psychiatrist."
If you're looking for a miracle cure for bipolar disorder, you won't find one, as none exists, any
more than a medical cure. However, if you choose to take nutritional supplements to your regular
diet, you MUST get permission from your doctor to make sure they will not interfere with the
bipolar medication you are already taking.
In addition, you must understand that any supplements must be taken in addition to your current
prescribed medication, and NEVER instead of your medication. This is a very important point, as
there are some unscrupulous companies that advertise bipolar "cures" or "natural remedies" on
the Internet that might lead you astray.
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