Why should everyone with chronic pain or autoimmune disease know about LDN (low dose naltrexone)?
Because for many people it helps them, even if they’ve “tried everything”.
That doesn’t mean it’s for everyone. What I say doesn’t mean diddly if it doesn’t help you. But LDN is something that most people don’t know about. And it’s something that helps many many people.
Some patients have told me it’s like a miracle. But to me it’s applied physiology and common sense. It’s not a miracle. But it is a very safe choice that might help.
If you’re facing chronic disease or chronic pain, it’s very important to be open-minded. Conventional medicine doesn’t have all the answers.
Knowing that truth, is part of What Heals.
Yes, part of your healing is an attitude of “What?”
What next? What now? What works for me? What heals?
Stay open-minded, but not so open that your brain falls out.
Here’s a recent interview from the LDN radio show, that talks a bit about what is LDN and why it helps some people with chronic pain or autoimmune problems.