Low Dose Naltrexone Helps Chronic Illnesses
With the treatment of rare diseases, I have found the practice of medicine appears to be more of an art than a science. Unfortunately, a majority of rare diseases do not have sufficiently clinical data. As doctors are challenged to cure or halt chronic diseases, it frequently feels as if big pharmaceutical companies spearhead medical directions.
I am all for research, development and educating the consumer on the benefits of the medication. Sadly, when there is little money to be made from a medication or the patient on the medication has expired the benefits of the drug may not be acknowledged.
I was fortunate to find out about Low Dose Naltrexone from an online support group. It was because of this support group that I began to click away on all the research I could locate about Low Dose Naltrexone.
Low Dose Naltrexone has been my miracle pill. I have taken LDN for almost six months, and I am surprised and pleased with the results. Six months ago I felt my chronic disease, Relapsing Polychondritis eating away at my throat and ribs; I was desperate.
I had read that the FDA-approved naltrexone, in a low dose, can normalize the immune system — helping those with HIV/AIDS, cancer, autoimmune diseases, and central nervous system disorders. So I read about Low Dose Naltrexone and then I read more about Low Dose Naltrexone. The benefits of Low Dose Naltrexone are amazing and do not seem to be well showcased.
I have included links to the following books if you would like to learn more about a low-cost, safe medication that may help chronic diseases.
These following books are excellent resources:
You can read more about Low Dose Naltrexone on my HypoGal website.
If you have a recommendation for an informative book that may help others, please send me an email at Lisa@HypoGal.com