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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I just started taking super omega 3 pills and a high consentrate vitamin B & C combo for my DP/DR. Has anyone tried this combo?? If you have could you tell what success you did or didn't have Also if anyone would like to add to this combo that would be apreciated as well. I am very determined to fight my DP/DR with natural stuff not perscribed drugs. I know I have been reading a lot on here about omega 3 working wonders for DP/DR so yeah please let me know. Thanks everyone!

Discussion Starter · #2 ·
I take the maximum recommended dosage for Omega 3, but as for vitamin c and b, i only get that through my glass of orange juice and centrum. The omegas i believe to have helped.

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I am taking medication but I also fully believe in using supplements, especially because the anxiety/stress caused by depression/DP/DR surely takes a toll on the balance of vitamins/minerals, etc within our systems.

Anyway, the supplements I take are as follows:

Eye-Q Capsules - 3 capsules in the morning, 3 in the evening
MegaVit, Timed Release - One tablet in the evening
Amino 1500 - 4 tablets in the evening

Some information on these products below:

Eye-Q Capsules

The EPA ratio is higher in eye q ?

What sets eye q ? apart from other nutritional supplements is its high ratio of EPA to DHA. Equazen uses a unique marine fish oil that has four times more EPA than DHA. This allows the EPA to function better and gives it a more active role in helping to maintain the eye and brain in healthy functioning order.

Research has demonstrated that long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids play an important role in the development of the eye and brain: specifically vision, co-ordination, learning ability, memory and concentration.

Mega Vit-Min Timed Release Capsules

Timed Release Mega Vita-Min is a high strength natural multiple vitamin and mineral formula that is much higher in potency than any other vitamin.

Amino 1500 Capsules

Amino acids are needed to maintain and repair muscles, tendons, skin, ligaments, organs, glands, nails, and hair. They also aid in the production of hormones (such as insulin), neurotransmitters (message-carrying chemicals within the brain), various body fluids, and enzymes that trigger bodily functions. When even one amino acid is lacking, serious health problems will eventually occur.

I can't quote on how much they have helped me so far, as I have only been taking the supplements for a week or so, but it certainly doesn't hurt to give your body a boost with all of the elements it needs.

I have also switched from drinking coffee/coke and tea, to purely drinking green tea (there are a multitude of flavours available these days).

Here are just a few known health benefits of drinking green tea:

Boosts your immune system
Lowers blood sugar
Helps prevent cavities and tooth decay
Slows the aging process
Helps reduce the risk of cancer
Lowers cholesterol
Aids in weight loss by burning calories
Reduces high blood pressure
Prevents arthritis
Reduces the risk of heart disease
Reduces the risk of stroke
Lowers the risk of blood clot

Also, there are about twenty different types of amino acids in tea. More than 60% of these amino acids consist of theanine, which is unique to green tea because the steaming process does not eliminate it. Theanine has a similar structure to glutamine and provides an elegant taste and sweetness in green tea. L-theanine is a healthy amino acid that is only found in tea plants and certain mushrooms. L-theanine directly stimulates the production of alpha brain waves which promotes a state of relaxed awareness, it has a calming effect on the body without making one drowsy.

Anyway, I hope this has been of use to someone.

Discussion Starter · #4 ·
B12 definately decreases my dr, but like everything I've tried, doesn't cure me.

antacid (quikeze) b4 bed makes me clearer in the morning.

2 glasses of red wine (absolutely no more) frees me of dr for about 30 minutes or so. 4-20 glasses makes me worse for days on end.

the only thing I can say for sure is that I think you need to tackle both the physiological and psychological to get some relief.

good luck.
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