Ldn For Parkinson'S Disease: Low Dose Naltrexone

Ldn For Parkinson'S Disease: Low Dose Naltrexone

  • Publish Date: 2014-02-10
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Robert Rodgers Lexie Lindstrom
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LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone) is a proven-safe (by the FDA in 50mg doses!) off-label prescription drug which has gained a great deal of attention over the past few months due to its remarkable disease modifying effects of controlling and reversing symptoms of Parkinson's Disease. Lexie is one person who has experienced a reversal of most of her Parkinsons Disease symptoms over the past 5 years. She was officially diagnosed with Parkinsons disease in 2008 (although her non-motor symptoms began 20 years earlier). In this question and answer format with Robert Rodgers, PhD, from Parkinsons Recovery, Lexie offers detailed information about her experience with taking LDN. She has been able to titrate off her daily use of traditional PD medications, while controlling and reversing most of her own PD symptoms, thanks to LDN. Many doctors are not familiar with LDN as a treatment for Parkinson's symptoms. It is a prescription medication, so a prescription from a doctor is necessary. Lexie offers suggestions about how to discuss a request for a LDN prescription from your doctor and offers specific suggestions about where to get LDN once a prescription is in hand. This interview was originally published in Pioneers of Recovery, a series of stories by people who succeeded in reversing their Parkinson's symptoms using one treatment modality or another. Lexie's story of recovery centers on the use of LDN which has been so beneficial to her own recovery from Parkinson's Disease.

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