Our expert says:
I hesitate to use the word "Cure" in medicine over-all. One can quite often achieve useful degrees of control of a condition, rather than curing it.
You raise some very cogent issues, which you need to discuss with your psychiatrist ( remember, guys, even if you have done good research and may be entirely right, doctors don't like being told what to do, so if you can enable them to think something is their idea, they're more likely to go with it !)
Thinking of an old and effective mood stabilizer, Lithium, there is growing evidence that it may be "neuroprotective" protecting and helping brain in Alzheimers, and a number of neurological conditions, and in Bipolar.
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