LDN does not have many side effects. The most common and really only side effect is vivid dreams. After the first week these effects seem to be more mild. LDN can actually improve your sleep. Your sleep will be deeper and longer. Wouldn't it be great to spend more hours in the deepest cycle of your slept and to wake up feeling full of energy and life!
"Side effects of LDN treatment are mild. In our research, participants have rated LDN as slightly more tolerable than placebo (91.0 versus 89.5 %, not significant). The most common side effect we have observed is the reporting of more vivid dreams, which is seen in approximately 37 % of the participants. In a minority of cases, patients report nightmares. As a side effect, vivid dreams develop rapidly (as soon as the first dosing) and decrease over time. It is unclear what mechanism may drive increased vividness of dreams. Individuals generally self-report increased effectiveness of sleep, so it is unlikely that the vivid dreams represent an adverse disruption of normal sleep patterns. It is important to note that increased vividness of dreams is also the most commonly." - Jarred Younger, Luke Parkitny, and David McLain The use of low-dose naltrexone (LDN) as a novel anti-inflammatory treatment for chronic pain