Lodonal and Alzheimer's - LDN

Alzheimers is a problem that occurs in many aging people. It generally occurs in women more often than men. Many elderly people fear getting Alzheimers. It is scary knowing the possibility that you could forget your own son or daughter. It is scary knowing you could not know. It seems women are more likely to carry a gene that enhances the likelyhood of  Alzheimer's and even if the men has that gene it is less likely to be activated than its female counterpart. 

It is a good thing we are well versed in our Low Dose Naltrexone. Lodonal is a drug that modulates a persons immune system helping treating diseases like Alzheimer's, Lupus, and ALS. (And many more) The mental and physical slowness in Alzheimer's (and Parkinson's and Depression) is related to the low levels dopamine. Lodonal blocks your opioid receptors temporarily allowing a massive increase in endorphins production which also increase dopamine levels. Lodonal can help treat Alzheimers and other autoimmune diseases alike. 

"Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine are reporting that women who carry the APOE-E4 gene, which increases the risk for Alzheimer’s, are more likely to develop the disease than men who have the same gene. More than one in seven people carries a copy of the APOE-E4 gene. More women than men get Alzheimer’s disease, in part because women tend to live longer than men and the chances of developing Alzheimer’s increases with age. But new research suggests there may be genetic reasons as well. " - The Alzheimer’s Information Site