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What can it help
Chronic pain autoimmune disease or degenerative neurological disease.
Autoimmune and inflammatory diseases.
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After 5 years of success, our experienced medical team knows both how to dose and monitor LDN.
DO YOU NEED Low-Dose Naltrexone?
The mechanism of action of naltrexone, in autoimmune diseases and cancer, is still being researched, but there are theories as to the mechanism of action that both explain why LDN works on both autoimmune diseases and cancers, as well as inflammatory disease. Once LDN is metabolized by the liver and eliminated from the body (after 3-4 hours), the elevated levels of endorphins produced, as a result of the rebound effect, can now interact and bind with the more sensitive and more plentiful opioid receptors.
Conditions That Could Benefit From LDN Treatment Include:
Gulf War Syndrome
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Opioid Antagonist That Blocks
According to Mark J. Donahue’s paper on LDN that uses interviews from
Dr. David Gluck, Dr. Jacquelyn McCandless, Dr. Jarred Younger, and Dr. Ian Zagon:
“LDN is an opioid antagonist that not only blocks the reception of opiated, but also the body’s own endogenous opioids-endorphins. However, because LDN is administered in such a ‘low dose’ it is believed that LDN only briefly (for 3-4 hours) obstructs the effects of endorphins in what is called ‘the rebound effect.’"
The rebound effect results in three things happening:
- Opioid receptor production increases in order to try and capture more endorphins
- Opioid receptors sensitivity increases, also in order to try and capture more endorphins
- Production of endorphins is increased in order to compensate for the perceived shortage
Once LDN is metabolized by the liver and eliminated from the body (after 3-4 hours), the elevated levels of endorphins produced, as a result of the rebound effect, can now interact and bind with the more sensitive and more plentiful opioid receptors. These opioid receptors, are found throughout the body, including virtually every cell of the body’s immune system.
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Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Fact Sheet
POST-TREATMENT BENEFITS MAY INCLUDE:
Regain your vitality for life by improving your all-around well-being.
Less Dependency on Medications
You don't always need to turn to medications and surgery for relief.
A Fulfilling Lifestyle
Reclaim your active lifestyle!