To little or to much of a substance?
Some of the theories of Schizophrenia etiology mention the drug induced hallucinations as a raw-model for Schizophrenia but there is a problem with that – Persons with Schizophrenia doesn’t have these substances in their blood while hallucinating. Some drugs and some medicines might create states that remind of Schizophrenia: Ketamine and Phencyclidine (PCP) are the most mentioned. But the substances are not identified in the blood of the persons having the problem.
Here will in show the signs of lacking Oxygen and that there actually is a substance that can cause some of the symptoms and that persons with schizophrenia have it in their exhaled breath.
Lacking essentials as cause of Schizophrenia?
Probably, as much as 50% of the genes involved in the disease could be changed due to hypoxia. And seeing the BOLD results really tells me that they don’t get the oxygen needed. Can we really get a much stronger evidence of hypoxia?
The CO2 reactivity or the driving reaction to breath is also changed…
A substance that can give the symptoms is detected in the populations having the disease
We will show that there is in fact, a substance that by itself can create most of the symptomatology panorama and that this very substance also is detected in the individuals having disease. The substance is Carbon Sulfide or CS2. One of the most active metabolites are H2S (Hydrogen Sulfide) or more likely – H2S is the mother-substance and CS2 the metabolite.