The good news is, inflammation and neurotoxins are often responsible for the brain and cognitive symptoms of Lyme, which means that once these items are removed, the brain can heal and symptoms will dissipate|symptoms will dissipate and for the brain and cognitive symptoms of Lyme, meaning once these items are removed, the mind can heal|for the cognitive and brain symptoms of Lyme, meaning once these things are removed, the mind can heal and cognitive symptoms will dissipate|cognitive symptoms will dissipate and for the cognitive and brain symptoms of Lyme, meaning once these items are removed, the brain can heal. In the meantime, following|Following are a few tools that I have found to be helpful for restoring my cognitive function and which studies show may also|may|can heal the mind|the brain can also|may|can heal.
1) Choline. All cell membranes are largely composed of choline, and the body uses it to make a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine, which studies have shown to aid in cognition, mental processing, memory, and other functions. I have even|have discovered it to improve my mood, and help me work faster and with greater acuity|my mood to improve, and help me work faster and with greater mental acuity|it help me work faster and with greater mental acuity, and to improve my mood. Choline is available in capsule form, in addition to transdermally|transdermally, as well as capsule form. I use a compounded transdermal crème and discover that it absorbs better into my body and is stronger than oral choline, though it’s more expensive. Choline can be found in eggs, many meats (especially shrimp), and sunflower lecithin. If you battle cognitive symptoms from Lyme disease, you may discover that food resources are insufficient but can be a helpful addition to your (*********************). Choline helps to repair the brain and nervous system from damage caused by toxins, microbes and other elements,|damage and helps the cells to detoxify|enables the cells to detoxify, and helps to repair nervous system and the brain from damage caused by toxins, microbes and other factors|helps to repair nervous system and the brain from damage from toxins, microbes and other factors,|damage and helps the cells to detoxify|enables the cells, and helps to repair the brain and nervous system from damage from toxins, microbes and other elements.
2) Omega-3 EFAs from Cod Fish Liver Oil. The brain is comprised of at least 60 percent fats, and many studies have shown omega-3 EFAs to help prevent dementia and restore cognitive function in neurological disease, particularly Alzheimer’s, but also other illnesses. This is partially|is because omega-3’s also and reduce inflammation help to repair damaged brain tissue. There are both animal and plant resources of omega-3 EFAs, but many|but people with chronic illness can’t utilize the EFAs in plant resources|EFAs|Many people|People with chronic illness can’t utilize the EFAs in plant resources|EFAs, although there are both animal and plant resources of omega-3 EFAs|A lot of people|People with chronic illness can’t utilize the EFAs in plant resources|EFAs, although there are both animal and plant resources of EFAs|There are both animal and plant resources of EFAs, but a lot of|but people with chronic illness are unable to utilize the EFAs in plant sources|EFAs. Fish oil is a rich source of omega-3 EFAs and I especially|I like cod fish liver oil because it is also a good source of healthy cholesterol, which is lacking in people who have chronic Lyme|as it is also a good source of healthy cholesterol, which is lacking in those with chronic Lyme, and I especially|I like cod fish liver oil|and cod fish liver oil is particularly liked by me because it’s also a good source of healthy cholesterol, which is lacking in people who have chronic Lyme|as it is also a fantastic source of healthy cholesterol, which is lacking in those with chronic Lyme and I particularly|I like cod fish liver oil. The body uses cholesterol to create hormones and repair the brain, so it’s important to have sufficient good Healthier cholesterol in your body. In actuality, cod fish liver oil has more cholesterol than almost any other food, and is therefore a great source of nutrition for the brain.
3) Amino Acids and Co-Factors. The body uses amino acids to make proteins to the body, such as neurotransmitters, which are often severely depleted or imbalanced in Lyme disease. I have found certain|found|discovered amino acids to help improve my cognitive function, especially L-tyrosine and 5-HTP|5-HTP and especially L-tyrosine, which regulate mood, energy, sleep and other things. In addition, people|People|Individuals with disease battle leaky gut and gastrointestinal dysfunction, which means they are deficient in protein, despite consuming considerable|consuming amounts through fish, meat, chicken and other resources|amounts|Moreover, people|People|Individuals with gastrointestinal dysfunction and Lyme disease battle leaky gut, which means they are deficient in protein, despite consuming considerable|consuming amounts through fish, meat, chicken and other resources|amounts|Despite consuming ample|consuming amounts through fish, poultry, meat and other sources|amounts in addition, people|people|individuals with Lyme disease battle leaky gut and gastrointestinal dysfunction, which means they are deficient in protein. Amino acid supplements can often help to restore wholesome protein levels in the body and offer much-needed food for the mind, when the GI tract cannot adequately digest and consume it from food. David Minkoff, MD, one of the Lyme-literate doctors featured in New Paradigms in Lyme Disease Treatment: 10 Best Doctors Prove Healing Strategies that Work, provides his patients a product named Perfect Amino, which comprises the eight essential amino acids that the body needs to support and maintain its muscular, skeletal, enzymatic, and hormonal systems. According to Dr. Minkoff, the critical amino acids in PerfectAmino are in the exact proportions required for maximum utilization by the body and he has seen great results in his patients as a result of using it. (Note: I don’t sell or financially benefit from mentioning this or any other product here). Other complete amino acid products|Amino acid products that are complete that are other|Other amino acid products that are complete|Amino acid products that are other may be beneficial.
4) L-acetyl-carnitine. According to Datis Kharrazian, DHSc, DC, MS and writer of Why Isn’t My Brain Working? that this amino acid compound binds and activates acetylcholine receptors. Acetylcholine, as I mentioned, plays a major|a role in cognitive function. Studies also have shown L-acetyl-carnitine to delay Alzheimer’s development which may have important implications for all those with Lyme disease because spirochetal infections such as Borrelia have been linked to Alzheimer’s.
5) Vinpocetine. Vinpocetine increases oxygen and blood flow to the brain and protects it a neurotransmitter found in individuals with Lyme and which damages neurons|increases blood and oxygen flow and protects it against the effects of glutamate, a neurotransmitter found in excess in people with chronic Lyme and which hurts neurons|increases oxygen and blood flow and protects it against the effects of glutamate, a neurotransmitter found in individuals with chronic Lyme in excess and which hurts neurons|increases blood and oxygen flow and protects it against the effects of glutamate, a neurotransmitter found in individuals with Lyme in excess and which damages neurons. According to an article printed in 2008 Neurochemistry International, vinpocetine also protects against the cytotoxic effects of glutamate overexposure. Glutamate toxicity leads to the dysregulation of mitochondrial function|function and neuronal metabolism|neuronal metabolism and mitochondrial function|function. In addition, vinpocetine increases brain cell ATP production, and improves glucose utilization|brain cell ATP production increases, and improves glucose utilization|vinpocetine enhances glucose utilization, and increases brain cell ATP production. So vinpocetine could be a very|a useful|a nutrient for some people with Lyme disease.
Other nutrients which have been shown in the study to improve cognitive function include the herb gingko biloba, and phenylalanine, which is a vital amino acid and vital precursor to dopamine, epinephrine and norepinephrine, which are stimulatory neurotransmitters that regulate mood, memory, alertness, and other mental functions.
In a former article that I published on January 30, 2016 entitled, Nutrients for Enhancing Cognitive Function in Chronic Lyme Disease I briefly mention other tools which help to restore cognitive function. These include:-LRB-**)
1) Balancing the hormones, since hormones play a potent role in mood, cognition and other brain-related functions. Proper thyroid balance is particularly|is important for cognitive health. I strongly|I recommend seeing an healthcare practitioner or endocrinologist|an holistic or integrative healthcare practitioner or endocrinologist|endocrinologist or an holistic or integrative health care practitioner|endocrinologist or an healthcare practitioner who knows how to balance the hormones using bio-identical hormones and natural remedies|natural remedies and hormones, as part of a complete healing|healing regimen|healing regimen that is comprehensive.
2) Oxygenating the mind with exercise and/or supplemental oxygen. I notice that whenever I go to get a 30-minute walk, my brain works faster and better for about 2 hours after that. I often take advantage of the hour or two after I exercise to perform my hardest writing work.
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