Tony Breu is doing my homework for me! My homework for Project K requires me to explain (inter alia) why hypomagnesaemia must be dealt with if we hope to treat hypokalaemia, which causes sensory overstimulation. And I have to include citations.
Phosphatidylcholine, acetyl-l-carnitine and magnesium for managing bipolar states I am developing a hypothesis for the management of bipolar states through the supplementation of phosphatidylcholine at the onset of a manic phase, and acetyl-l-carnitine at the onset of a depressive phase, to even out the peaks and troughs. The full regime would involve a low-carbohydrate medium-fat diet and ad hoc magnesium supplementation.
Basic anti-depression shopping list Circumstance is forcing me to publish this prematurely — circumstance being that I come across so many people who have reached the end of their tether after years of depression and failed treatment.
Electrolyte dance partners Electrolyte dysregulation plays a key role in sensory overload. Electrolytes act as agonists and antagonists to one another, like dance partners.