Naltrexone for multiple scelorosis treatment<br />Naltrexone is a wonder drug with great promises for treating varios diso...
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Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Naltrexone for multiple scelorosis treatment<br />Naltrexone is a wonder drug with great promises for treating varios disorders and autoimmune diseasres among people. Not this drug is helpful in multiple sclerosis treatment, crohn’s disease treatment and other central nervous system dideases but also in treating people with cancer and other deadly diseases like HIV/AIDS.<br />The drug was first used in 1984 after the US FDA approval for the treatment of addiction involving both drug and alcohol addiction among the addicts. The drug works by not only blocking the opioid receptors but also the blocks the reception of opioid hormones produced by the adrenal glands and other tissues of our body thereby killing the intoxicating effect of alcohol and other drugs and thus killing the need of a person for intoxicating substances.<br />However in 1985, Dr. Bernard Bihari a New York based MD and physian discovered that smaller doses of this wonder medicine, Nalteroxene can have dramatic effects upon our immune system. When a small dose of nalteroxene is taken at bedtime by an HIV or AIDS patient, the drug increases the patient’s immune system’s response to the deadly disease, thereby making the body efficient enough to tackle disease.<br />The main reason for the use of naltrexone in treatment for ms and crohn’s disease treatment is that this wonderful medicine is devoid of any major and harmful side effects. The best part about this drug is that it strengthens the immune system thereby activating the body’s miraculous power to treat the disease on its own.<br />The main reason behind any disease is the body’s inability to deal with it effectively turning a minor disorder into a major disease. It has been observed that low levels of endorphins present in the glands and blood are a major cause of a weak auto immune system or deficient immune system as seen in multiple sclerosis disease where sufferers have abnormally low levels of beta-endorphins in there system. Similarly in crohn’s didease rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome the culprit is a deficient auto immune system.<br />Naltrexone thus by blocking the opioid receptors for a short time period mainly between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. raises the levels of essential immune elements in the system by raising the levels of endorphin and enkephalin in the brain and body, thereby proving an efficient treatment for ms, crohn’s disease and other auto immune diseases including cancer and HIV/AIDS.<br />The drug is best used at night time and in small doses of 3 to 4.5 mg daily. Naltrexone for multiple sclerosis treatment and crohn’s disease treatment is an effective and efficient remedy if taken in low doses under the supervision of a doctor. <br />

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