Category Archives: Dopamine and Dopamine Signaling

An Exploratory Conversation with Dr. Mullan. What’s in It for You?

I have been working to find a way to balance the current economy against the very effective but relatively complicated and costly protocol that I do.  Despite Dr. Amy Yasko’s and my knocking ourselves out to make it simple, it … Continue reading

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Lithium’s Pivotal Role in Your Body

Lithium has been known for years to be useful for bipolar disorder. Despite all that is known about lithium and its impact on biochemical pathways, no one has defined the mechanism by which lithium has its impact. It is likely … Continue reading

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Critical Keys to Getting Over Psychiatric Symptoms

Keep Methylation Central There are few things that destroy your life as immediately and completely as the cognitive function loss involved with neuropsychiatric syndromes. I am Dr. Nancy Mullan. I help people who have mental function disability because of psychosis or … Continue reading

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Why Your Brain Works Better When You Methylate

Keep Methylation Central     Hi, I am Dr. Nancy Mullan.   I help people who are struggling with chronic illness and/or psychiatric problems, who are open to working with genetics and nutritional supplementation, who want to get rid of … Continue reading

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Critical Keys to Getting Over Psychiatric Symptoms

Keep Methylation Central     There are few things that destroy your life as immediately and completely as the cognitive function loss involved with neuropsychiatric syndromes.   I am Dr. Nancy Mullan. I help people who have mental function disability … Continue reading

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