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FAQs about LDN

Oct 31

What is the recommended dosage of LDN?

In capsule form, 4.5 mg is typically taken each day. A licensed medical professional will determine your prescribed dosage after taking into account your age, medical history, and potential drug interactions.

Is it possible to monitor my LDN response?

Patients report an improvement or a decrease in symptoms associated with inflammation and excessive oxidative stress in the near and long term. Chronic flatulence, muscle cramps, diarrhea, constipation, headache, joint pain, brain fog, skin issues/rashes, muscle soreness, unexplained weight gain, lower back pain, increased mucus production, seasonal allergies, lack of energy, food intolerances, difficulties falling and staying asleep are all symptoms that LDN can alleviate.

What if I can't tolerate LDN?

If you're experiencing trouble tolerating LDN or are concerned that you may as your therapy progresses, you might want to try our modified regimen. B To do so, begin by taking 1 capsule every day before falling asleep for 10 days, then increase to 2 capsules for the following 10 days, then 3 capsules after that.

LDN should be stopped immediately, or a licensed medical professional should be consulted if you are unable to tolerate it.

What are the steps to taking LDN?

Begin by taking 1 capsule every day at night for the first 10 days. Following that, increase to 2 capsules for the following 10 days. After that, go up to 3 capsules.

Between the hours of 9 pm and 2 am is the best time to take LDN.

Can anyone use LDN?

Yes, in general. However, there are a few cases in which LDN should not be taken. Anyone using opioids like codeine, hydrocodone, fentanyl, hydromorphone, meperidine, methadone, morphine, oxycodone, or oxycontin should avoid taking LDN. Since naltrexone and prescription opioids both bind to opioid receptors, they could cancel each other out – or worse, trigger opioid withdrawal syndrome.

When kidney or liver function is impaired, LDN should be avoided. As you begin taking LDN, you may also need to closely keep track of your thyroid levels if you are on thyroid medication. If you have signs of hyperthyroidism when taking LDN, like racing heart, restlessness, increased anxiety, or problems sleeping, stop taking it and consult your thyroid specialist.