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Dysnomia: Top Natural Supplements for Treatment

Monday, 21 Mar 2011 11:53 AM

Dysnomia is a medical condition in which a person finds it difficult to speak. Sufferers often find it difficult to retrieve appropriate words from their memory. This medical condition can also affect writing abilities. Brain trauma is one of the most probable causes of dysnomia. When this disorder happens because of strokes or head injuries, it reduces or disappears with time. At times, learning disabilities have also been attributed to this disorder.

Treatment of dysnomia commonly includes the use of antidepressants. However, several natural remedies may aid in treating this disorder, including:

1. Avoid artificial sweeteners and non-organic vegetables.

2. Fish such as tuna, shark, and swordfish should also be avoided since they can possibly lead to mercury poisoning. Processed foods that are rich in aspartame and MSG should also be avoided because they are sources of nerve toxins.

3. People with this disorder should consume ample water and other fluids; dehydration can cause shriveling of the brain. This is most important, since the very first place where the body scavenges water from is actually the nervous system itself.

Genetic dysnomia cannot be treated. However, in the case of other types of dysnomia, it is possible to correct them if the primary causes of the disorder can be treated. In several cases, the primary causes are related to vitamin deficiencies. B vitamins and vitamin A may be helpful in the treatment of this disease.

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