Inositol may help to address the following conditions:
hair loss
Inositol helps to promote healthy hair and prevent hair loss.
Alzheimer's disease
Inositol, in doses of 6 grams daily, helped language and orientation of Alzheimer's patients in one small-scale study conducted in 1996.
brain fog
Inositol is an essential component of cell membrane phospholipids, necessary to facilitate nerve conduction.
depression
Low inositol levels are associated with depression. Treatment for four weeks with 6-12 grams per day has helped to relieve depressive symptoms.
diabetes
Inositol can improve nerve function in diabetics. A one gram dose has been shown to ease pain and improve nerve function in those suffering from diabetic neuropathy.
eczema
Inositol deficiency can produce eczema which resolves with supplementation.
fibrocystic breast disease
Inositol, in combination with vitamin E and choline, helps treat fibrocystic breast disease by reducing estrogen activity.
multiple sclerosis
Inositol reportedly helps to protect damage to the myelin sheath in MS by stimulating the central nervous system.
nervous system disorders
A one gram dose of inositol has reportedly reduced pain and improved nerve function in patients with diabetic neuropathy.
retinopathy
Inositol prevents vision loss from retinopathy in babies born prematurely.
skin disorders
Inositol deficiency can produce eczema which resolves with supplementation.
uterine fibroids
Inositol helps to reduce estrogen activity in women subject to uterine fibroid tumors.
overweight
According to Robert Atkins, M.D., a combination of the lipotrophic amino acids inositol, choline, and methionine can trigger a slow metabolism to burn off excess fat.
 

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