BPD can have daunting impacts on a person’s life; however,it is important to note that this condition can be effectively addressed without mind-numbing drugs.
It may not be widely known that certain symptoms like abrupt emotional turbulence, mood swings, self mutilation urges, obsessions with abandonment, food, or sex and other common symptoms of borderline personality disorder, may be connected to certain biophysical factors which can be tested for, isolated and treated in a non harmful way. In this way it is possible to initiate effective holistic and non harmful treatment without prescribing heavy psychotropic drugs. Things like overproduction of estrogen, or cortisol which are associated with BPD, can be adjusted for dramatic benefits to one’s emotional well being and sense of overall health and emotional balance. The adjustments are done through correction of diet, nutrition, lifestyle factors, and other non harmful and effective means. This is a very exciting and different treatment approach than prescribing heavy drugs which can provide temporary relief at best.
Lab tests and other investigative techniques let us see possible underlying problems and work up a solution to address them.
Prescribing drugs for a condition like borderline personality disorder is at best a hit or miss proposition, because in truth, how these psychotropic drugs work is a complete unknown. At the Alternative to Meds Center we believe that more research needs to be done on this area, before putting all our trust into this type of treatment protocol. To find out more about how the symptoms of BPD can be helped without resorting to heavy psychotropic medications, call the Alternative to Meds Center at 1 (800) 301-3753. One of our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to discuss what the program may have to offer in the quest for real and stable health.
BPD can be corrected, with proper treatments, medical care, and lifestyle changes.
Dr. John Motl, M.D.
Dr Motl is currently certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Psychiatry, and Board eligible in Neurology and licensed in the state of Arizona. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree with a major in biology and minors in chemistry and philosophy. He graduated Creighton University School of Medicine with a Doctor of Medicine. Dr. Motl has studied Medical Acupuncture at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine and at U.C.L.A.