Dr Michael Arata shares his Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) experience on the LDN Radio Show with Linda Elsegood.
Dr Michael Arata from the United States first heard of Low Dose Naltrexone around 2010 when one of his Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients asked about the drug. Luckily due to his connections with other physicians, Dr Arata was able to begin prescribing LDN to his patients swiftly.
In the first few years he found LDN to be particularly successful in the autoimmune patients from his practice, including patients with chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, chronic Lyme, etcetera.
In this interview Dr Arata explains how LDN works in the body against autoimmune disease and declares his optimism for LDN’s possible future for being adopted into mainstream medicine.
This is a summary of Dr Michael Arata’s interview. Please listen to the rest of Dr Arata’s story by clicking on the video above.