Shaky hands and Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

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LDN Specialist Pharmacist Stephen Dickson
Answered by LDN Specialist Pharmacist Stephen Dickson

Shaky hands and Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)  

The next question: is a new symptom of shaky hand related to LDN overdose?

This again, you would need to know what the actual condition was to begin with before you started talking about it. In general, I think over the last or 15 years plus, I think I’ve seen three patients who when they started LDN had what are called extrapyramidal symptoms as a side effect. I don't know what anybody else has found, but some people who are very open energy, and it would appear that whatever happens for whatever reason, you can get these extra extrapyramidal symptoms that tend to go away. In the past they've resolved by halving the dose, and then titrating back up until symptoms appear.

Stephen Dickson, BSC (hons), MRPharmS
LDN Specialist and Advisor to the LDN Research Trust