Best Low Dose Naltrexone Health Books
My life with a chronic illness has made me extremely open to alternative medicine.
I believe Eastern and Western medicine compliant each other. As a society we have made tremendous medical strides to wipe out numerous illnesses.
As the years past, people, especially, chronic ill people have benefited from off label medications.
I have benefited from the use of Low Dose Naltrexone. I instantly noticed the difference the first morning I awoke after taking LDN. For me, Low Dose Naltrexone is not the cure all, “magic pill”, but I have a new normal baseline.
The FDA approved the Naltrexone Drug to help Heroin addicts and Alcoholics in the 1980’s. Since the approval of the Naltrexone medical experts and others have found that Low Dose Naltrexone benefits other chronic health conditions.
Numerous patients that have taken Low Dose Naltrexone claim it has helped ease the symptoms of Inflammation, Fibromyalgia, Cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Arthritis.
There have been recent medical studies that suggest Low Dose Naltrexone does help cancer, inflammation and other autoimmune aliments.
Another strong benefit of Low Dose Naltrexone is the low costs. There are posts that state Low Dose Naltrexone has replaced a $10,000 a month MS medication.
I find the science behind Low Dose Naltrexone fascinating and I am thrilled that Low Dose Naltrexone has virtually little side effects. The two major side effects related to Low Dose Naltrexone are vivid dreams and insomnia.
I experienced wild colorful dreams the first weeks I began my low dose naltrexone dose. However, as the weeks past the dreams settled and I tweaked my medication to adjust my sleep.
If you think Low Dose Naltrexone might help you or one of your loved ones then these books may be helpful to you.
If you take or have taken Low Dose Naltrexone can you please let me know if you have experienced any benefits. Please email me at [email protected]
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