Восстановление после инсульта: пищевые добавки

У моей мамы случился инсульт, и я занялась поиском пищевых добавок, которые могли бы помочь в период восстановления и после.

Один из результатов поиска на wed.md – Цитихолин, разработанный в Японии и распространившийся по всему миру. В США этот предшественник фосфатидилхолина, входящего в состав мембран нейронов, считается пищевой добавкой.

C14H27N4O11P2, 

CITICOLINE

Other Names:

5′-Cytidine diphosphate choline, CDPC, CDP Choline, CDP-Choline, Citicholine, Citicolina, Cytidine 5-Diphosphocholine, Cytidine 5′-diphosphocholine, Cytidine (5′) diphosphocholine, Cytidine Diphosphate Choline, Cytidine Diphosphocholine

CITICOLINE OVERVIEW INFORMATION

Citicoline is a brain chemical that occurs naturally in the body. As a medicine, it is taken by mouth as a supplement or given by IV or as a shot.

Citicoline is used for Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia, head trauma, cerebrovascular disease such as stroke, age-related memory loss, Parkinson’s disease, attention deficit-hyperactive disorder (ADHD), and glaucoma.

Citicoline was originally developed in Japan for stroke. It was later introduced as a prescription drug in many European countries. In these countries it is now frequently prescribed for thinking problems related to circulation problems in the brain. In the US, citicoline is marketed as a dietary supplement.

How does it work?

Citicoline seems to increase a brain chemical called phosphatidylcholine. This brain chemical is important for brain function. Citicoline might also decrease brain tissue damage when the brain is injured.

Также на сайте web.md указано на эффективность веществ, содержащихся в сладких апельсинах, а также важность калия (то есть, по меньшей мере, снижение употребления солёного).

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