What Is Low Dose Naltrexone?

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is a medication that has been making moves in the medical world, seeing incredible results for those who struggle with chronic pain.

LDN is a medication that has been used for many years to treat various medical conditions. It comes in oral capsules carrying low doses of the medication naltrexone, which is used at much higher doses to treat addiction to opioids.

LDN is used at much lower levels than standard naltrexone prescriptions, and has been found to have a different but incredibly positive effect on the body. It is evidenced to help boost the body’s natural defences against disease, and combat inflammatory issues, helping to treat conditions such as long covid, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, and Crohn’s disease as well as chronic pain.

How does LDN work?

The exact mechanism of action of LDN works by binding to certain receptors in the body that are involved in the immune response. LDN has been shown to boost the activity of various immune cells such as T-helper cells and natural killer cells, which help the body fight off infections. Studies see LDN used to aid in those who suffer from chronic pain, Crohn’s disease, and long COVID.

In boosting such cell activity, LDN can help to reduce inflammation in the body, which is thought to be a key factor in many chronic conditions. For Crohn’s disease this is crucial, as Crohn’s comes from inflammation in the bowels.

This is why low dose naltrexone (LDN) is gaining popularity as an alternative treatment for chronic pain and autoimmune conditions. While LDN is not yet approved by the FDA for these conditions, many healthcare providers are prescribing it off-label due to its reported effectiveness.

LDN has been found to have minimal side effects and is generally well-tolerated by patients. It is important to note, however, that LDN may not be suitable for everyone. Patients with a history of liver or kidney disease, or those currently taking opioid medications, should speak to their healthcare provider before considering LDN.

Low Dose Naltrexone with Bodyline

If you have Crohn’s, fibromyalgia, long covid, or any inflammatory chronic pain, LDN may be an effective solution that can help you improve your quality of life. LDN will be taken orally daily to significantly reduce chronic pain and can be prescribed to you here at Bodyline.

Bodyline Wellness Clinics has over 17 years of clinical prescribing expertise and has helped over 100,000 people improve their lives through medical wellness treatments. The clinic is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, ensuring that we meet the same standards as NHS hospitals and general practices. You can feel secure knowing that our medication is sourced through a secure supply chain. We work very closely with UK based clinical laboratories so that we can assure the quality of their medications.

If you are suffering from any autoimmune disease, chronic pain, inflammation disorders and want to find out more, why not call us today on 0800 995 6036 or fill in our contact form for a call back!

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