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Magnesium in integrative psychiatry: Dosage, bioavailability and evidence-based formulations

James Greenblatt, M.D.

Abstract
Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body. It’s the second most prevalent mineral inside of cells, next to potassium. The body’s highest levels of magnesium are found in the brain and heart. Forty percent of our magnesium is in tissues (inside of cells). Because it is so sequestered, identifying deficiency is challenging.

Learn more about the benefits of magnesium and magnesium dosage.

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Integrative mental health: New strategies toward emotional wellness

James Greenblatt, M.D.

Abstract
There are two nutritional requirements for healthy biosynthesis of neurotransmitters. Amino acids
serve as neurotransmitter precursors. Cofactors are vitamins and minerals that help convert the precursor to the neurotransmitter. Once the neurotransmitter is made, enzyme and healthy reuptake support maintains its stability and function. read more…

Keys to a restful night: Integrative strategies to optimize sleep onset and efficiency

James Greenblatt, M.D.

Abstract
At least 60 million Americans experience sleeplessness to a point that they seek support. This accounts for an estimated $16 billion in medical costs each year. read more…

Pure SYNAPSE Animation

Mental health depends on the ability of neurons in the brain to exchange information. This communication is mediated by molecules called neurotransmitters which carry signals from one neuron to the next in a space called the synapse. Neurotransmitters are made from dietary amino acids in pathways requiring vitamin and mineral cofactors. read more…

Stress management: The importance of amino acids, phytochemicals and micronutrients

James Greenblatt, M.D.

Abstract
Stress cannot be avoided altogether, the body’s way of responding to stress presents opportunities toward total wellness. According to the National Health Interview Survey, 75% of the general population experiences some form of stress at least every two weeks. The American Psychological Association asserts that lifestyle and dietary approaches to relaxation may support not only emotional well-being, but cardiovascular, immune and metabolic health. read more…

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