Low Dose Naltrexone with Linda Elsegood

 In Anxiety, Autoimmunity, Cancer, Depression, Fibromyalgia, Hashimotos, Lyme Disease, Mental Health, Neurology, Pain, Sleep, Women's Health

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Date: November 12, 2018

Episode Description

After Low Dose Naltrexone helped Linda Elsegood with her progressive MS, she took it on as a personal mission to bring more information to the general public about this amazing drug.  She founded the LDN Research Trust, and is discussing her new book “The LDN Book: How a Little Known Generic Drug—Low Dose Naltrexone—could revolutionize treatment for Autoimmune diseases, Cancer, Autism, Depression and More” in this interview.

Dr. Risk’s Thoughts

I have found Low Dose Naltrexone to be very helpful for my Lyme patients.  Such a little known drug, and can have major impact on people’s lives.  With little side effects, my patients can experience generally overall feeling better, better moods, less pain, better sleep and a better quality of life.

Guest Information

I was diagnosed with MS in August 2000 at the age of 44, my MS can be traced back to when I was 32 or younger. I have Relapsing/Remitting MS and was having attacks every 6 months; it took months for a relapse to recede, only to have another one start. In October 2003 I was told I had Secondary Progressive and there was nothing anyone could do to help me.

I decided to take matters into my own hands, and started LDN in December 2003. On my next check-up at the hospital in February 2004, I was told I didn’t have Secondary Progressive, but was in fact still Relapsing/Remitting. LDN has helped me with fatigue, restless legs, bladder, bowel, burning legs, leg strength, tingling in feet, sleeping and ‘fog in the head’. I now have a better quality of life and hope for the future. LDN Research Trust was founded in 2004, we hold LDN Conferences, have a Radio Station, The LDN Book, Documentary’s, The LDN Health Tracker App & LDN Hub for medical professionals to monitor their patients and more!

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