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What Is Lithium Toxicity? Can Lithium Orotate Cause Lithium Toxicity?


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  • 1. The risk of lithium toxicity is bigger than alternativemedications, as a result of the effective dose of lithium isclose to the toxic dose. Lithium, a salt chemical, is a drug often used to treat mental and emotional instability, particularly mania and suicidal bipolar disorder.
  • 2. While most medications might be toxic at higher dosages,effective dosages are sometimes far below the toxic levels would be. Lithium toxicity is common because the effective dose is in close range of the toxic dose. When using this drug in the prescribed carbonate form, blood tests requiring regular measuring of lithium levels within the blood are therefore extraordinarily important.
  • 3. Lithium Orotate, sold as a natural supplement for mood stabilization, may be a type of lithium that differs from lithium carbonate, the medication that Drs normallyprescribe. Lithium orotate requires lower dosages as it is claimed to be a lot more absorbent than the carbonate lowering the danger of lithium toxicity and making the drug more effective at the same time.
  • 4. Lithium orotate is sold over the counter with less supervision required for its use.
  • 5. Several individuals wonder if promoting lithium orotate as a supplement is a safe plan. Is it advisable to takesomething as powerful as lithium, without being regulated and watched by a doctor?
  • 6. Unfortunately rigorous testing has not been performed to validate these findings. Testing for the efficacy of drugs istypically solely done when there is a patent pending, but if a drug cant be patented funding for significant analysis is mostly not possible.
  • 7. Lithium orotate will therefore most surely not be in a position to be tested as completely as it is necessary tosubstantiate all the claims created for this supplemental kind of lithium.
  • 8. As a result of its low dosage, the supplement is allowed to be sold over the counter (OTC) and is usually sold as a nutritional supplement.
  • 9. Those against the utilization of lithium orotate claim that even in this low dose, lithium may be a drug that needstight monitoring. Lithium toxicity can be a true danger asit might have damaging effects on the kidneys, especially when taken over longer periods of time.
  • 10. The advantages of lithium orotate cannot be underestimated though. At a fraction of the cost andlowered toxicity compared to calcium carbonate, lithium orotate is nothing to be sneezed at particularly as anecdotal results are very forthcoming.
  • 11. Relying on anecdotal evidence may not be enough for a few people to give this new prospect a chance.
  • 12. It may seem unsafe to rely on your own or others experiences, the facts are it might still be a safer option than the medically prescribed drug. Your own health is your own responsibility and sorting out what works foryou is typically the most effective approach for individuals to search out the answers and cures to their illnesses.
  • 13. When using lithium in the carbonate type, some extent of Lithium toxicity could generally have to be tolerated by the patient so as to induce the therapeutic results.
  • 14. Symptoms of liver toxicity may vary from gentle to severe tremors of the hands, diarrhea, frequent urination, vomiting, and thirst. Coordination issues and muscle weakness, along with a sense drowsiness and giddiness with blurred vision and ringing within the ears also are experienced by some, the entire time theyre taking lithium.
  • 15. Because of the pharmaceutical industrys lack of supportfor un-patentable drugs does not mean you would like tosuffer. Anecdotal experiences accompanied by your ownself testing could just be what you need to discover what is best for you.
  • 16. The smartest method concerning the use of anysupplement that has not been rigorously tested, is to find a doctor who will work with you. Your doctor can makesure you are taking the necessary blood tests to be certain that you are safe and well, when making any attempt to try a new supplement you find yourself unsure of.
  • 17. Taking part in helping yourself progress towards health isoften the simplest thing you can do to help yourself. Is it worth it to endure high levels of lithium with potential toxicity, and future danger to the kidneys, when there might be a less toxic alternative?
  • 18. The arguments goes each way.
  • 19. But the most important factor is... Do you want to be in control and do your own analysis? Or do you want to becontrolled completely by your Dr. who is largely controlled by the big Pharmacuetical industry, that doesnt careabout you, but only the extent of the profit they can make off of you being sick?
  • 20. Would its honest to those who can actually be helped bythe supplemental form of Lithium called Lithium orotate to keep it off the market as a result of its not been researched, when it is practically not possible to do any kind of in depth analysis as lithium orotate is not patentable, and there is no money for research?
  • 21. Lithium orotate has helped many individuals. People can take a far lower dosage and nonetheless get the same effects. For individuals who are sensitive to lithium and are at risk of lithium toxicity, this is often a miracle supplement!
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