TopicBoosting Your Brain Power With Advanced Brainwave Technology
365 postsThu 26th Mar 2020 - 9:52am
The study was relatively small, although some of us Cognitiva Review are surprised that psychiatry, which had seemed so irrevocably invested in its drug paradigm even entertained it at all. Perhaps the wind of change has reached even into psychiatry's shuttered corridors. Be that as it may, the study does help to verify what many of us have been saying for years: fish oils, of which omega-3 fatty acids are thought to be the key nutritional factor, are important for "brain health," the smooth working of the nervous system and a boon to mental function.
Indeed, there is a lot known about the broad range of health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids. They help protect you against cardiovascular disease for one. For another, they can play a role in preventing diabetes and cancer.
In response to this latest study, Alison Cobb, of the mental health charity Mind, told the BBC: "If young people can be treated successfully with fish oils, this is hugely preferable to treating them with antipsychotics, which come with a range of problems from weight gain to sexual dysfunction, whereas omega-3s are actually beneficial to their general state of health."
We could not agree more. Psychiatric drugs given to kids with so-called ADHD or kids and adults with "depression" and so forth can bring about, in varying degrees of severity, a whole host of mental and physical problems, including violent outbursts, depression I kid you not diabetes, weight gain and blood sugar disorders and many others.