COVID Long Haulers Question - 2 (LDN, low dose naltrexone)
Given that autonomic dysfunction and mast cell activation and autoimmune dysfunction seem to be occurring in long haul Covid, would you expect someone who already suffers from any of these conditions to be an increased risk?
Yes I would. People who tend to have mast cell responses will probably have one for this as well. I try to have all my patients who have mast cell responses - like myself. I do take ___________ long term. It does decrease this response. So that's one of the ways for _____, which is an increased response to mast cells. Vitamin C has also been shown to be helpful.
A Question from the Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Q&A Webinar on COVID and Long Haulers, the 2-hour seminar is available along with an extensive 278 page PowerPoint PDF and a Treatment Protocol, https://www.ldnrtevents.com/collections/webinars-and-training-courses/p…
Dr Pamela Smith, LDN Specialist and Advisor to the LDN Research Trust