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Biology of Trauma Podcast Dr. Aimie 50th
Biology of Trauma® Podcast

With Dr. Aimie Apigian MD, MS, MPH

What Supplements Can I Take For Trauma?

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"There are many supplements that can be helpful - because it is not as simple as, 'Take this one thing and everything will be cured.' The effects of trauma on the body are diverse and will require an integrative personalized approach when it comes to taking supplements."
Dr. Aimie Apigian MD,MS,MPH
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Show Notes

In this episode, I explain five important supplements and how they help our bodies respond to trauma and aid us in the trauma healing process. I guide you to what symptoms and conditions each supplement addresses so you know which supplement you should take. This is a must-listen for anyone seeking to understand the multifaceted approach required for effective trauma therapy through the effective use of supplements.

In this podcast episode, you will learn:

  • How you get brain inflammation 
  • 3 ways to know if you have it
  • 2 supplements you can start with today for brain inflammation
  • Which supplement is essential for those with chronic stress 
  • Vitamin C in helping address trauma’s effect on the body
  • The relationship between copper excess, estrogen, and various physical and mood symptoms.
  • nitric oxide and its role in improved oxygen delivery and so cellular health.

 

For each of these, I am going to share cases with you of people who would be perfect for these specific supplements.  See if you recognize yourself or your clients.

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Products I recommend from this episode

Tri-Magnesium Sleep – easy to mix powder of 3 highly absorbable forms of magnesium to promote your best sleep

Tri-Magnesium Power – Easy to mix powder that provides 350 mg of elemental magnesium that helps our body in our trauma healing journey

Magnesium Calm – if you are experiencing anxiety and brain fog, this might be the magnesium to help you get through your day

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5 Responses

  1. Hi Dr. Aimee
    I’ve been enjoying listening to your podcasts, I learn something new everytime. I’m a semi-retired RN and RD and feel the work you are doing is so relevant and important, thank you!
    In this 50th episode about the 5 rec supplements I have a few questions.
    1. When you spoke about Zinc I didn’t hear you recommend a dose or best form to take, not sure if I missed it. Can you please let me know?
    2. Regarding Vit C, I’ve read that high doses taken long term can cause kidney stones. In addition, for those on Warfarin, high vitamin C might decrease your response to this anticoagulant. Plus other possible drug interactions & SE. Do you think it would be worth mentioning the possible side effects to your audience, so they would be aware?

    I look forward to hearing your reply and appreciate your help!

  2. Good evening, Dr. Aimee: I have been struggling with chronic anxiety and depression for several years. I believe brain inflammation may be the cause. I had a head injury from a car accident causing a broken jaw on my right side. Since then I suffered with Trigeminal Neuralgia,, leading to Microvascular Decompression Surgery on my brain. This left the right side of my face and head numb, and increased anxiety. If brain inflammation is the cause, is there a way to get tested for it? P.S., I also took your 21 Day Journey.

  3. That is a really interesting episode. I do suffer from poor detoxification (without knowing the exact deficencies apart from Pyrolea), and the Nitric Oxide is really knew to me, I never heard of it before and I almost got excited to maybe having found some help with my detoxification pathways. However, when doing a short google research I understood that it es made up from Arginin? Unfortunately L-Arginin really triggers (my) Herpes Viruses, so I am torn between trying it out and being cautious and not taking another supplement to only end up with more problems. Did you hear about the Herpes L-Arginin connection before and does this really refer to Nitric Oxide?

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5 Responses

  1. Hi Dr. Aimee
    I’ve been enjoying listening to your podcasts, I learn something new everytime. I’m a semi-retired RN and RD and feel the work you are doing is so relevant and important, thank you!
    In this 50th episode about the 5 rec supplements I have a few questions.
    1. When you spoke about Zinc I didn’t hear you recommend a dose or best form to take, not sure if I missed it. Can you please let me know?
    2. Regarding Vit C, I’ve read that high doses taken long term can cause kidney stones. In addition, for those on Warfarin, high vitamin C might decrease your response to this anticoagulant. Plus other possible drug interactions & SE. Do you think it would be worth mentioning the possible side effects to your audience, so they would be aware?

    I look forward to hearing your reply and appreciate your help!

  2. Good evening, Dr. Aimee: I have been struggling with chronic anxiety and depression for several years. I believe brain inflammation may be the cause. I had a head injury from a car accident causing a broken jaw on my right side. Since then I suffered with Trigeminal Neuralgia,, leading to Microvascular Decompression Surgery on my brain. This left the right side of my face and head numb, and increased anxiety. If brain inflammation is the cause, is there a way to get tested for it? P.S., I also took your 21 Day Journey.

  3. That is a really interesting episode. I do suffer from poor detoxification (without knowing the exact deficencies apart from Pyrolea), and the Nitric Oxide is really knew to me, I never heard of it before and I almost got excited to maybe having found some help with my detoxification pathways. However, when doing a short google research I understood that it es made up from Arginin? Unfortunately L-Arginin really triggers (my) Herpes Viruses, so I am torn between trying it out and being cautious and not taking another supplement to only end up with more problems. Did you hear about the Herpes L-Arginin connection before and does this really refer to Nitric Oxide?

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