Fibromyalgia Pain Relief Tip – Low Dose Naltrexone

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Naltrexone is a medication that has shown incredible results when it comes to fibromyalgia pain relief. In fact, studies concluded that low dose naltrexone for fibromyalgia is more effective than Lyrica, Cymbalta and other drugs.

How Does Low Dose Naltrexone For Fibromyalgia Work?

Naltrexone is not a new drug. It has been around for decades to treat opioid addiction. A study conducted by Standford University found that low dose Naltrexone (LDN) provided a significant reduction in the severity of symptoms in fibromyalgia participants. The participants also reported better tolerance to pain and hot temperature when on LDN.

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  1. says: Elizabeth

    I am using LDN based on a protocol from UAB Dr. Jarred Younger’s neuroscience research lab. Under my PCP, I learned to grind up a 50 mg pill and add 30 ml. of water to it in a brown cough syrup bottle from the pharmacy. I then pull out 5 ml. between 9 pm and 2 am, with an oral syringe. So, 5 pills a month and each pill gives me 6 days of relief.

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