Contract stuff to Seraphina Amaranth.
"You give me the awful impression - I hate to have to say - of someone who hasn't read any of the arguments against your position. Ever."
I'm not depressed or bipolar (as far as I know), but after personally having eaten low carb now for ~18 months I definitely feel like I'm capable of coping with stress better. Certainly I still get stressed, but I do feel I can deal with that stress better. My bad days don't seem quite as bad as they used to be, put it that way.
Relapse numbers are way down if you use combined therapy being Medication, 'talk' therapy (CGT/DGT etc) and social/physical activity. Offcourse in various degrees depending your own state of mind and progress.
Fun fact; most if not all mood stabilizers leads to increased appetite, and thus in many cases weight gain. That means quite a few people stop taking their meds; which for bipolar patients usually isnt a good idea. Fun circle.
Last edited by morpheps; April 25 2017 at 07:24:09 PM.
Which one? I've been on both Seroquel and now Lamictal and cant say I notice anything. Then again, I dont eat much anyhow
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