Pyrrole Disorder Therapy & Treatment in Sydney
Information about Pyrrole disorder & pyrrole disorder treatment in Sydney
Pyrrole disorder is a genetic condition that creates unbalanced biochemistry in the brain. Neurotransmitters are the chemical messengers of the brain and when unbalanced by pyrrole disorder sufferers can experience feelings of stress, tension, anxiety and depression.
The person with pyrrole disorder might also have angry outbursts as the stress builds up and overwhelms them. Sydney Australia is a busy city and sometimes life overwhelms the pyroluric as they have difficulty coping with everyday life due to the high levels of inner tension.
Pyrrole disorder can destroy relationships for when sufferers don’t feel right inside they tend to vent their discomfort to their partner. Other ways that pyrrole disorder hurts relationships is that the pyroluric person is often tense and stressed and can get annoyed with their partner easily. Pyroluria can make people sensitive to noise so the chewing or clicking noises of their partner can drive them crazy.
Understanding Pyrrole disorder Treatment options in Sydney.
What pyrrole disorder does to the brain.
Pyrrole disorder depletes important nutrients especially vitamin B6 and zinc which are needed to produce the brains calming neurotransmitters GABA and serotonin. HPL is the substance measured in the urine that bind zinc and B6, the more HPL being made and excreted, the more B6 and Zinc is stripped from the body. Zinc is needed for around 300 enzymatic functions in the body, including the manufacture of neurotransmitters.
Without enough zinc and B6 to manufacture enough calming neurotransmitters the brains chemistry is dominated but the stimulatory neurotransmitters noradrenaline and glutamate.
When the pyrrole sufferers brain is in a constant state of stimulation the pyrroluric person experiences symptoms including inner tension, constant thinking, inability to fully relax. Pyroluria makes people jumpy with short tempers. However, not all pyrolurics will have bad tempers, some pyrrole sufferers tend toward anxiety with constant worrying thoughts that go round and round in their head.
Treatment for pyrrole disorder in Sydney Australia is diagnosis and supplementation by a biomedical doctor who specializes in integrative or functional nutritional environmental medicine. However, a truly integrative approach to healing the effects of pyrrole disorder should also include psychological therapy with a psychologist or counsellor in Sydney who is aware of symptoms of pyrrole disorder and how these effect a person’s behavoiur and self concept.
Sydney Psychologist treating Pyrrole Disorder
Many pyrolurics, due to the emotional psychological stress it causes, have tried therapy in the past and may have found it ineffective, or not as effective as it could have been. Counselling before pyrrole was discovered would have been a battle against the symptoms.
When people discover they have pyrrole disorder they often feel a great sense of relief, finally there is an explanation for how they feel. For many supplementation alleviates their internal tension and they feel calmer and more balanced. For others they feel a bit better, but don’t see much of a difference in how the feel and act. Often these are the people who have other issues to deal with that have been mixed up with the pyrrole experience. Perhaps something in their past that was a bit traumatic that they might feel done with, but clearly are not.
When you get a diagnosis of pyrrole disorder and have established your nutrient regime and still find you feel bad, then now is the time to try therapy again. You can see a psychologist who specialises in the psychological treatment of pyrrole disorder in Sydney, Australia.
Pyrrole disorder creates it’s own set of vulnerabilities and its own patterns of behaviour. If you have pyrrole disorder, depending on the extent of it, you have been dealt a bad hand from the beginning. You may have displayed pyrrole symptoms as a baby or pyrrole disorder may have been triggered in your teens by the stress of puberty, We will never know exactly how much of your past behaviour and way of experiencing thing that happened to you was pyrrole and how much was actually you because the two have been the same for so long.
If you have been living with the effects of pyrrole for the better part of your life then no matter what was the pyrrole disorder and what wasn’t it has all become part of who you are. For example, if you are used to reacting to too much going on by freaking out - this is what you will be conditioned to do. You will have neuronal networks that say “too much happening - alarm, alarm.”
If you are the anxious type you also have a very entrenched patterns of relating to the world. Your default will be to worry. On top of all this, due to the genetic inheritance nature of pyrrole disorder, you are likely to have been raised by a pyroluric parent. As loving and well meaning as this parent was, under stress, if they had pyrrole, they are going to react more. You would have been on the receiving end of this as a child.
So if you have pyrrole and things aren’t feeling great you might like to consider deeper exploration into other health issues but, more importantly, also consider giving therapy another go. It can take some time to re-patten a life time of negative behavioural responses. If you have a history of tumultuous relationships, traumatic childhood events or a pyroluric parent then nutrient therapy will do nothing to correct the emotional imbalance caused by these life events. The good news is that now you are operating with brain chemistry conducive to balance, therapy can be more effective at helping you change because it is not working against the pyrrole disorder.
Clarissa Mosley is a psychologist and psychotherapist who understand how pyrrole disorder can affect you emotionally and how to treat these entrenched behaviours so you can lead a fuller life.