The drug naltrexone is rather a well-known drug, which is often used during the treatment of the patients with alcohol addiction and those people, who abuse opioid medications.
Nowadays many people suffer from food addiction and become helpless against the desire to eat. Too frequent snacks and eating a lot of unhealthy food and fast food often leads to the occurrence of the problems of overweight and a great number of people all over the world suffer from the problem of obesity.
Naltrexone is a medication that can be used for the treatment of opioid violations and alcohol addiction. The research that was conducted in order to study the action of this drug showed that naltrexone can also be taken within the patients suffering from severe depression.
Nowadays many doctors prescribe low dose naltrexone (LDN) to the patients, suffering from autoimmune conditions. Also, many patients with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis disease are interested in the medication LDN and they want to know whether this drug is appropriate for them.
Naltrexone is similar to Naloxone, but its duration time is much longer: usually about 24 hours. Naltrexone is sometimes used in the treatment of drug or alcohol dependence.
The experience of clinical use of low dose naltrexone (LDN), accumulated over the past few years, demonstrates its effectiveness in the preventing of the disease progression in MS patients. In addition, most such patients noted the decrease in muscle spasticity and in the feeling of chronic fatigue against the background of LDN administration.
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