High levels of copper in the body can produce mental health symptoms such as depression, anxiety, and aggression. However, most doctors don’t test for copper levels and may prescribe medications like antidepressants instead. An author who suffered years with undiagnosed copper toxicity and two expert psychiatrists discuss diagnosis and treatment.
- Deb Tokarz, author, I Cu Copper
- Dr. Judy Tsafrir, holistic psychiatrist in Boston and Teaching Associate, Harvard Medical School
- Dr. Courtney Snyder, holistic psychiatrist, Louisville, KY
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