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Psychiatrists Discover Clinical Relevance for Neuroscience - Lesson #52

Psychiatrists Discover Clinical Relevance for Neuroscience

Lack of Smart Sugars May Be Cause for Mental Dysfunction - A PTSD Study

Glycoscience Lesson #52

by JC Spencer

JAMA Psychiatry April 2017 issue broke the traditional mold from which most psychiatrists are formed. Freud departed from neurology and built today’s psychiatric persuasion on emotion – "How do you feel about that?"

Could it be that instead of having a mental disorder, the neurons are just not firing properly? We need to look at neurons to determine if problems are physical or mental..

Nature’s neuroscience phenomenon baffles scientists. How can the neural-matrix in your brain give you the mental ability to move, think, and love? But it does!

Neuron importance IS relevant in every thought, every motion, every emotion, and in mental clarity and mental dysfunction. The psychiatric scale has not previously allowed much weight to neurons.

In my writings about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), I did a strike-out of the word "disorder" because no warrior needs to be told they have a mental disorder. We have found that several treatments of PTSD compound the problem instead of solving the problem. This fact is especially true when psychotropic drugs are thrown against the wall of assumed diagnosis.

David Ross, MD, PhD, led a group of psychiatrists to discover how and why PTSD should be clinically evaluated from a neuroscience framework. My hat is off to Dr Ross and his team for this study and the fact that their work was published in one of psychiatry’s leading journals.

Dr Ross helps us understand that patients with PTSD have an overactive sympathetic nervous system. Anxiety is a symptom produced by a network of billions of neuron synapses firing together. Taking flight like a flock of birds, the neurons again reflect where they were before. This cycle can create terrifying fear when the neurons are challenged to decipher memory from current reality.

The debate for more neuroscience may tilt the scale to better understand the brain when evaluating the mind. Understanding brain function opens new doors to better understand mental function. Psychiatrists with open minds will discover a whole new pragmatic world of neuroscience. Unseen influences in the mind and brain can cause cataclysmic affects.

Biological framework on which psychological and social factors function impact behavior. In our work with Alzheimer’s patients we have documented that improved brain function allows for improved social and psychological manifestations. The same is true with improved brain function for Parkinson’s patients resulting in improved social and motor skills.

Separating the mind from the brain is a difficult task as intuitive psychiatrists have learned. Glycoscience is destined to play a major role in the two world-views in which psychiatrists dwell – "intuitive and data-driven."

Communication makes everything happen. Glycoscience holds the secret to HOW the brain works and how to fix it when it is broken. Our studies confirm Smart Sugars reduce stress in cells and humans.

Source and References:

https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/why-psychiatry-needs-neuroscience/?WT.mc_id=SA_MB_20170426

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Glycoscience Lesson #52
http://GlycoscienceNEWS.com/pdf/Lesson52.pdf

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Last Updated ( May 17, 2017 at 08:13 PM )