Can Vitamins and Supplements Help Decrease Anxiety in Children with Selective Mutism?
By Nancy Kaplan; Mom to Rebecca Although there are no studies available regarding the impact of nutritional supplements on Selective Mutism, vitamins and supplements have been shown to be effective in treating a number of disorders, including depression and anxiety. Since anti-depressants are widely used in treating SM, good nutrition should be considered an important tool in treating this illness. Persuading a picky eater to consume quantities fish and leafy green vegetables may seem like a daunting task; however, simply providing powerful multi-vitamin and fish oil supplements can help considerably. This is particularly important if your child is a vegetarian. Here is a brief summary of what I found out while researching nutrition to help my 13-year old daughter. A lot of this information is available on the web, but the facts listed below are sourced from Food & Mood by Elizabeth Somer, M.A., R.D., a book I found to be particularly helpful. • As consumption of Omega-3 fatty acids (f
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