London: A micro-nutrient supplement may confer big benefits on sufferers of mental illness, according to a clinical psychologist.Julia Rucklidge, associate professor of psychology at the University of Canterbury, has just conducted a study on the effect of micro-nutrients on behaviour and mood in adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), affecting 3 to 5 percent adults.
Another important finding from the study was that the micro-nutrient treatment had remarkably few side effects in comparison to many of the mood stabilizers and stimulant regimes.These findings were published in the Journal of Attention Disorders.IANS
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