As you are probably aware, I have written several posts on my discovery that an auto accident 34 years ago was a major health puzzle piece. A few months after having the accident my saga of poor health began though I did not make the connection. I found and fixed a number of other major underlying issues along the way that proved to be problems for me. But I still always had another underlying issue that I just could not put my finger on. Every year or two I would cycle into a really bad funk of fatigue, depression, anxiety and insomnia. It would hang around for several months and then gradually go away.
Last January I went to the Amen Clinic where they used a brain scanning technology to discover a pattern that could only have been caused by serious brain trauma like a car accident. To them it was obvious.
They put me on a regimen of two meds and a bunch of supplements. I was already taking the supplements but not the quantity that they wanted. I have been on this regimen for almost 6 months now and have never felt better.
Over Memorial Day I was out of town and ran out of the main supplement I take for my brain injury. It is a Jigsaw Health product called Brain Support. It has almost everything I was told to take by Amen Clinic. I was off Brain Support for about 4 days. By the 2nd day I felt "off" for some reason and could not figure out why. By the 4th day I felt even worse and suspected it was the lack of Brain Support. When I got back home and restarted Brain Support I felt better within a few hours and normal in a day. I was really impressed since I had attributed most of my improvement to the Rx meds. (I once forgot to take my meds and really felt that as well.)
Clearly, it was a study of one person so not scientifically valid. Was pretty convincing to me though. The moral of the story is often meds will work better in conjunction with very targeted supplements. Amen Clinic said to me the supplements were a foundation to help the meds work really well. It was nice to discover my brain worked much better on both!