3 - 6g daily, in 3 doses, after meals. Normal does is 3 - 4.5g daily. [Dose can be increased to 30g]
Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine):
Under 1,000mg/day. [Do not exceed 2,000 mg/day]
3g./day, or more
Folic Acid & Vitamin B-12:
Large doses preferable
Omega-3 EFAs (e.g. Fish Oil):
3 - 9 x 1,000mg. capsules/day
learn to be as independent as possible, and have some sort of support you know you can count on when you need some help. Being independent improves self-esteem that can’t be taken away by others.
learn as much about yourself, strengths, weaknesses, limits and abilities to be able know when you need help, then learn to ask for it in a way that helps everybody involved.
Accept your current situation not as the way it will always be, but rather as a phase that can and will change (for better or worse) a lot depending on your attitude and resiliency. We are not the same person from birth to death, we change gradually, over time as all the accumulated events in our head make us think that’s who we are, instead of who we want to be.
I don’t take vitamins, they always give me a sharp headache the next morning.
That post was including information from some old book published in 1999 - so its really old information. Lots of new research in the past 15 years.
We’ve had a scientist review the science on many of these supplements. There is a little bit of support for some of the B-vitamins, but its not a huge help the research suggests. You can read our summary here:
Vitamin C - likely no impact - no supporting evidence that I"m aware of.
Omega 3 vitamins - research suggests that this could be helpful during childhood to reduce risk of schizophrenia later in life - but very little support for the idea that it helps once you have schizophrenia.