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Several doctors at the Neurologic Wellness Institute recommend Hardy Nutritionals' Daily Essential Nutrients micronutrients to their patients.
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Dr. Settle routinely uses Hardy's Daily Essential Nutrients with patients who have trouble with irritability, impulsivity, temper, distractibility, racing thoughts, or mood swings.
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"I noticed on day three when I started using it a year and a half ago, my depression started to just dwindle away, my manic episodes started to just dissipate..."
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Mental Health + Micronutrients Video Series: Part 1. In her own words, Lori shares her experience using Daily Essential Nutrients (DEN) to help balance her mental health.
Posted in: Success Stories
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The urges have basically disappeared completely, leaving me with only the occasional time my hand reaches up to my head out of habit, but I used to not to be able to stop.  Now I simply have no urge to continue. My hair is now thick and full and luscious and I wear it out all the time.
Posted in: Success Stories
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I was diagnosed late Nov 2017, & med-free by April 2018. Now it’s been four months med-free, going on five. I’m glad I was able to make the switch to supplements. I’m thriving thanks to Hardy Nutritionals Daily Essential Nutrients.
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DEN has stopped the voices I used to hear and the depression is gone.  I am completely stable and have never felt this happy for this long in one stretch in my life. My sleep has improved greatly and I am waking up happy every morning.
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"I first decided to try Daily Essential Nutrients because my psychiatrist was encouraging me to switch off of pharmaceuticals as I was nearing 20 years on Lithium. We were both concerned about my kidneys, and my body managing that for 20-30 more years..."
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I have another explanation for my diagnosis called bipolar disorder. In 1994, I owned and operated a mobile car cleaning franchise. But I had to stop working so hard before I dropped dead. Stopping suddenly though brought on bad symptoms I describe as being associated with malnutrition.
Posted in: Success Stories
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In 2009, I had just started menopause and could only sleep 3 hours a night. For the past 20 years I had a job that required 100% travel - I was always on the run and I was exhausted. In addition to the grueling work schedule, the last 9 years were especially rough.