Select Page

Treating Fibromyalgia With Low Dose Naltrexone


 

Naltrexone in very low doses has been found amazingly helpful in treating fibromyalgia–with minimal side effects and at a price anyone can afford.

This site explains what Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is and how it works:

http://tinyurl.com/what-is-ldn

These sites feature inspiring accounts of women whose fibromyalgia symptoms were greatly reduced using LDN:

Maria’s Testimony

Elaine’s Testimony

This site summarizes a small Phase I study conducted at Stanford University regarding LDN in the treatment fibromyalgia:

http://health.remedy.org.ua/1a7256c4

A larger Phase II study is currently underway. For more information, visit

http://snapl.stanford.edu/ldn/

This site features the account of one of the participants in the Phase II study:

Tamra’s Testimony

This is an online chat group for people interested in discussing the use of LDN in the treatment of fibromyalgia:

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/LDNforFibro

For more information about LDN, visit

An Introduction to Low Dose Naltrexone

LDN shows great potential in the treatment of fibromyalgia and merits most careful consideration.

In addition to fibromyalgia, LDN has also been found effective in treating the diseases and conditions listed here:

http://tinyurl.com/ldn-treatable-diseases

For valuable supplemental information about treating fibromyalgia, visit

Edgar Cayce’s Fibromyalgia Treatment

 

Bitnami