In three, 10-week, placebo-controlled studies of ABILIFY in elderly patients with psychosis associated with Alzheimer's disease (n=938; mean age: years; range: 56-99 years), the adverse reactions that were reported at an incidence of ≥ 3% and ABILIFY incidence at least twice that for placebo were lethargy [placebo 2%, ABILIFY 5%], somnolence (including sedation) [placebo 3%, ABILIFY 8%], and incontinence (primarily, urinary incontinence ) [placebo 1%, ABILIFY 5%], excessive salivation [placebo 0%, ABILIFY 4%], and lightheadedness [placebo 1%, ABILIFY 4%].
So, if one prefers not to take the supplements, what is the best natural way to go? Is there a diet to go by, like eating sauerkraut every day for a month or maybe just ingesting some fermented food or drink each day? How much? and for how long? Is there a way to get that bacteria back in balance naturally? Since you offered no advice we decided to not buy the probiotic products, due to his age. You also didn’t answer the question about sugar, coconut sugar, xylitol. Do these alternative sugars feed the parasite as well? And how about honey? Thanks
Some table salt sold for consumption contain additives which address a variety of health concerns, especially in the developing world. The identities and amounts of additives vary widely from country to country. Iodine is an important micronutrient for humans, and a deficiency of the element can cause lowered production of thyroxine ( hypothyroidism ) and enlargement of the thyroid gland ( endemic goitre ) in adults or cretinism in children.  Iodized salt has been used to correct these conditions since 1924  and consists of table salt mixed with a minute amount of potassium iodide , sodium iodide or sodium iodate . A small amount of dextrose may also be added to stabilize the iodine.  Iodine deficiency affects about two billion people around the world and is the leading preventable cause of mental retardation .  Iodized table salt has significantly reduced disorders of iodine deficiency in countries where it is used.