I agree with @JES - those doses are low, and it's a very minimal protocol. I take:
I agree.I agree with @JES - those doses are low, and it's a very minimal protocol.
I agree, again.Yeah he is, and from what i know of him he takes a minimalist approach. But he's a very decent person.
None of us can comfortably, or even effectively, work beyond our abilities, limitations, or guiding principles.There are a lot of very decent people who are not doing all they can to help us.
There are a lot of very decent people who are not doing all they can to help us.
What's the purpose of taking the flushing niacin? Wonder if NAD+ it NMN might be better, along with P5P, which many are deficient in as over 100 processes use it and it'll convert to niacin as needed.
There are a lot of better things for hypercoagulation. NAD+ and NMN are more direct for helping energy.I think that the idea is that it MIGHT help with blood clots if indeed the research being done shows that they are a 'thing' in ME and Long Covid . My understanding is that the research is principally being done in the latter. I cannot recall exactly what Dr Weir said to me during the consultation on this subject. In my case I think he would have to be cautious (hence every other day treatment) due to already having below range platelets (only just though but with a history of thrombocytopenia in pregnancy.)
Yikes, can you tell us more? I have been taking non flushing niacinamide or nicotinamide for over a year. Is it a sudden suicidal mood or a gradual on-set low mood that can lead to feeling suicidal?Just a warning: it is possible for niacin to induce suicidal moods. It did for me. Of course, my ME is weird.
Is it a sudden suicidal mood or a gradual on-set low mood that can lead to feeling suicidal?