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Do you feel under the dog? We know which plants and vitamins will improve your mood

Do you feel under the dog? We know which plants and vitamins will improve your mood Nature is a powerful witch, and its strength also concentrates on plants. Do you know which plants and herbs relieve the soul and strengthen the mental condition? Find out which vitamin "cure" your bad mood.

Discover the source of serotonin

Griffonia simplicifolia is a plant whose home is Central and West Africa. This shrub grows up to 3 meters high. Naturally occurring in bush and high forests. Its leaves and seeds are used to treat mental illnesses. The leaves contain serotonin and the seeds are rich in 5-hydroxytryptophan. It is our source of serotonin - the hormone of happiness. The correct level of these substances contributes significantly to the good mood and is essential for the optimal adjustment of the psyche.


St. John's worthy helps, but with her carefully

St. John's wort grows even to us. It contains a number of substances with antidepressant effects and, thanks to its high content of melatonin, is also used in the treatment of neurological diseases. However, we must point out that the substances in this plant can reduce the effectiveness of some drugs and cause light-fastness. Therefore, it is important to discuss the use of St John's wort with your doctor.


A whip of depression

Vitamin B6 or pyridoxine has several tasks in the human body:
participates in fabric transformations,
participates in brain development of the uterus,
strengthens the immune system.

Its deficiency will be manifested, among other things, by mood disorders and depression. This is rich in poultry, fish and guts . Vegetarians and vegans will appreciate its contents in potatoes or fruit .

Vitamin B6 is especially important for teens and even more for the elderly. Its recommended daily dose increases with increasing age. The recommended daily doses for pregnant and breastfeeding women are then the highest - up to 2.0 mg.

How many pyridoxin do you need every day? See the following table:
Newborns 0.1 mg
Children under 3 years of age 0.3-0.5 mg
Children under 14 years of age 0.6-1.0 mg
Youth 14-18 years 1.3 mg
Adults under 50 years of 1.3 mg
Adults over 50 years of age 1.5-1.7 mg

Treatment of psychiatric problems is often unnecessary without pharmacokinetics. However, with slight difficulties, you can try an alternative route. Talk to your doctor and try out some of the dietary supplements that contain the above ingredients.


Author: Jakub Žiška
Source: U lékaře.cz



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