The brain is a biochemical factory with billions of biochemical reactions every second. It requires normal biochemistry (water, electrolytes, minerals, vitamins, amino acids fatty acids, enzymes, hormones) to have balanced neurotransmitters and brain functions. The real biochemical therapy should not be pharmaceutics but nutrients.
However, some people may have significant genetic variations that can cause defects and dysfunctions with important proteins that serve as enzymes of the body’s biochemical processes. The negative impact of this is increased by environmental factors such as physical or emotional trauma, chronic infections, food allergy and sensitivity, toxins and an unhealthy lifestyle. Epigenetic medicine addresses the interaction of these environmental factors and genetic predispositions with chronic illnesses.