Is Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) effective for Lyme disease?
That's very interesting because we have Lyme disease come up at almost every single conference at the last four or five conferences - there's been a section on Lyme disease.
The answer is, all of the prescribers who are using it extensively for Lyme disease say that it has a very good effect, probably from the general anti-inflammatory effect of LDN. Just improving symptoms like brain fog and pain. So, it probably doesn't do anything to the actual condition in Lyme disease, it probably doesn't help kill off the Borrelia or any of the other variants, but it probably does help with the symptoms and our patients who have it for Lyme disease report of good benefits.