hi WP sounds like a not fun list!
i'm only commenting with ideas that i have spent some amount of time looking into, others here could round this out. you can combine supplements with boosts to your food sources of the following
lets see... my symptoms are/ but not always limited to...
- high anxiety
- don't leave the house much
check your d3 levels and get a good strong b-complex, and calcium
- high fatigue
d3, magnesium, zinc
- loss of apatite - finding it hard to even force to eat at times.
check your zinc, normal range 11.5-18.5, optimal 18
- body twitch - different parts - legs, arms, back
magnesium, also check iron if premenopausal female (wow i had to edit to correct "premenstrual female" whoopsie lol)
-swelling in face - knife pain behind it - numb feeling (can hold ice on those teeth and not even feel it) (also had an ENT done - came back normal)
not sure, but if the swelling is anything to do with sodium, cut back and get yourself some potassium.
magnesium, drink more water
- blood in urine
taken any antibiotics lately? take a good acidophilus
try a liver/kidney tonic regimen
- clumsy at times
vitamin E maybe
- pain in lower back - switches sides about kidney level
d3, drink more water, and again - liver/kidney tonic
- very poor circulation
zinc, vitamin e, drink more water
- leg cramps
- energy loss
d3, b-complex, drink water
- sometimes go to the bathroom mult. times in a day, other times it wont be for a few days (on number 2... Surprised )
fibre for regularity???
- sometimes warm - burning feeling on my back
- dizzy sometimes
- laughing to crying in seconds sometimes
- body feels very heavy
vitamin e maybe
- trouble falling/staying asleep
exercise, magnesium drink at bedtime, tryptophan snack at bedtime
d3 and zinc to help get your hormones sorted (others here have looked at hormones more than i and may chime in here)
- sometimes hard to remember a word - forget what i was just saying if i take a short pause (hard time to start where i left of sometimes)
strong b-complex, and ginkgo biloba
I do smoke
stop it. vitamin C, E, magnesium, zinc.
lexapro 10mg daily for about year now? been having problems for over a year
lexapro doesn't feed your body what it needs to fight cognitive symptoms (and i read that it depletes b12 but that isn't backed up by any kind of authoritative reference, sorry). anyway if your b12 gets down it hampers your body's ability to process other nutrients properly.
i just found the following link to a decent set of nutrients and the associated array of possible deficiency symptoms. it is not referenced but does look pretty reasonable at first glance:
http://1stholistic.com/nutrition/hol_nu ... mptoms.htm