LDN works by reducing pro-inflammatory chemicals called cytokines in the brain this reducing inflammation and reducing chronic pains. LDN acts on opioid receptors to increase the release of beta-endorphins and also works to regulate opioid growth factor. Beta-endorphines then bind to opioid receptors which then are reaponsible for the analgesic effect in the body.
Low dose Naltrexone (LDN)
Low dose Naltrexone (LDN) is used in the management of chronic pain in conditions such as fibromyalgia,Crohn’s disease, cancer, multiple sclerosis and neuropathy.LDN is a substitute for opioids in regulating and controlling chronic pains.
The common side effects of this medication are 1. vivid dreams2. fatigue3. anxiety4. dizziness