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Old 02-08-2013, 06:15 PM   #3
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Re: Adderall question

Just a suggestion, talk to your doctor about whether or not he has ever prescribed LDN. Its not approved for MS therapy;however the main usage is for increased energy and release of endophins which help the body "feel good".

Ive been on it for years and see a huge difference in my energy level.

It has also helped significantly with many of my MS symptoms. The name of the drug is low dose naltrexone, not to be confused with the naltrexone used for opiate and alcohol addiction- this is compounded down to 4.5 mgs once a night, before bed.

It works with the body's clock to reset important levels during the sleep cycle..

You might find this helpful considering what you have told us.

Nikki
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