Summary: Vitamins and Depression – Psychologists or Psychiatrists Needed
- Name: Wendy Wisner SingeCare
- Category: Biotech and Healthcare
- Email: [email protected]
- Media Outlet: SingeCare
- Deadline: 3:00 PM EST – 10 February
Query: I have a few questions about using vitamins/supplements to help with (not treat or cure) depression. I am looking to connect with licensed psychologists and psychiatrists only. Here are my questions:
- Can you share in what ways vitamins and minerals can help with depression? Do they improve mood? Are they only helpful if you are experiencing a vitamin deficiency?
- Can you discuss how folic acid supplements may help with depression? For example, if you are deficient in folic acid, will you have increased depression? If so, why is this?
- How might probiotics help stabilize moods? How does the gut-brain connection affect our moods and how might balancing the gut microbiome help with depression?
Requirements: MD, Ph.D, Psy.D, or Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. I can only accept original quotes written by experts–not assistants or AI bots. When sending me emailed answers, please run your content through a plagiarism checker like Copyspace. I am unable to use any content that comes up as a red flag on a plagiarism checker. Thanks!