Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Support
mcsfriend ➜ Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Support
Hi my wife is trying out liquid ldn and has started for a week on one mil she has been having problems with switching her fight and flight off as she calls it anyways the naltrexone seems to to making her symtoms worse so she has decided to stop after five days Itold her it may get worse before things get better whats she is asking is this drug also supposed to dapen down your fight and flight...
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Low dose naltrexone (LDN) is a therapy being used to treat a variety of autoimmune and immune disorders. When taken in small doses the drug naltrexone stimulates the body to produce endorphins which in turn have a regulating effect on the immune system. The aim of therapy is to correct the immune dysfunction seen in a wide range of diseases and thereby produce therapeutic benefit. This group is intended to be a place of support and information exchange for those undergoing LDN treatment (with their doctor) or about to do so.
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Treating CFS with LDNStarted by Maff Monday, 12 September 2011 17 Replies
Hi Maff, Wow, it sounds like you've come an increadibly long way in the last few years!! Looking forward to the book and discussing limbic kindling here on the EIR when you've completed it. In the meantime, I'm focussing my NAET treatments on the limbic system, still going to do EPD, look in to neurofeedback or LENS and start dosing up on glandulars with limbic tissue in... I'll let you know how I get on. NickLast replied by jamison on Tuesday, 04 October 2011
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