The Salts of the Earth and Synthetic Insanity: The Bipolar Theory: A Physical Explanation of Bipolar Mental Illness

The Salts of the Earth and Synthetic Insanity: The Bipolar Theory: A Physical Explanation of Bipolar Mental Illness

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The Salts of the Earth and Synthetic Insanity by Dennis Miller is a radically different view of the cause of Bipolar Mental Disorder. Author Dennis Miller uses physiology and biochemistry to explain this disease, also known as manic-depression. This book is unlike any other book on bipolar disease. Author Dennis Miller sets forth a physiologic explanation of the symptoms and cause of this disease. Author Dennis Miller proposes that the mental symptoms are a result of a physiologic disease that affects the kidney. Author Dennis Miller substantiates this theory with over 200 footnotes, many from the medical texts Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine and The Merck Manual, National Institute of Health, and major universities. If you have this disease or if you are involved in the treatment of this disease, then The Salts of the Earth and Synthetic Insanity is an absolute necessity.

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  1. Patrick Mercille said,

    Wrote on August 17, 2011 @ 12:40 am

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This Book Saved My Life!!, July 30, 2011
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    This review is from: The Salts of the Earth and Synthetic Insanity: The Bipolar Theory: A Physical Explanation of Bipolar Mental Illness (Paperback)

    Five stars!!! The author’s suggested treatment for manic depression has been a god send for me!! I realized after being on the treatment for a month that I was feeling better than I ever have. I stopped taking lithium after the first month of treatment. I have been off of lithium (which was the only medication i took) since january. I now only rarely go through something like the depression I used to feel. It only happens when I don’t get enough sleep or/and I overexert myself mentally or physically.I sleep a lot better now and sleep deprivation doesn’t happen very often. When i’m sleep deprived or stressed out I make sure to increase my supplementation ie. take more magnesium, calcium, zinc, vitamin b than usual. I now have the energy draining physical depression under control. The habit of thinking negative is something that doesn’t just go away when the physical depression goes away though. I am in the process of becoming more positive. I am a lot more energetic and positive than I used to be. Years of severe manic depression have given me brain damage and healing this is the main thing I am working on in my life right now. I am currently playing single n back on cognitivefun.net and these n back working memory games have been reported to increase people’s intelligence. The more you play them the more intelligent you are supposed to become. It’s supposed to take 4 weeks to feel the intelligence boost. I’ve been playing the n back game for about an hour every day for 22 days and I can feel my brain starting to wake up. I recommend this game or a free game called dual n back that you can download under the name of brain workshop 4.8 for anyone trying to heal brain damage or just trying to improve their intelligence. Here is a link to a site about the n back study for anyone interested

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  2. Vasiliki Sollaye said,

    Wrote on August 17, 2011 @ 1:06 am

    1 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Thank you, January 25, 2009
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    This review is from: The Salts of the Earth and Synthetic Insanity: The Bipolar Theory: A Physical Explanation of Bipolar Mental Illness (Paperback)

    Thank you for the excellent book and delivery

    from Vassie and Gordon

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