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Chris Kresser on Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by PhoenixBurger, Apr 10, 2015.

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    From the link Gondwanaland posted.

    My bolding - that's interesting as my ESR has been elevated for years, so maybe that's partly why LDN worked for me when I took it. I'm just about to start retaking it tonight, after a massive break. I'm really hoping it will get me out of bed/out the house.

    I do suffer from a lot of pain and what I feel is inflammation. I found over time LDN transformed me by increasing my stamina, decreasing pain (somewhat) and improving my sleep (I felt I got deep sleep).
     
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    I'm thinking of trying some. Good idea do you think?
     

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