"Join the world's largest study of Low Dose Naltrexone to help improve research."

http://www.ldnapp.org/


The LDN Research Trust Health App (myLDN) is a very useful tool to help people with Chronic Conditions keep track of all their medical issues all in one place. It encourages people to try and improve their quality of life one day at a time, this can be monitored with the graphs. The LDN Research Trust will always be happy to offer help and support. No one is on their own which is very important when you are sick. With myLDN you can:
  • Keep track of the changes to your LDN dosage and keep a record of how this affects you in these key life markers:
    • Quality of Life
    • Sleep patterns
    • Pain
    • Mood
    • Energy
  • You can also add any other Medications or Supplements you take to myLDN and track their dosage and frequency taken.
  • Set alarms to remind you when to take your LDN and other medications
  • Track Diet items which might have affected you
  • Keep track of any Exercise you have done
  • Specific questionnaires for Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are presented to users with those conditions
  • Keep a Journal of how you are getting on
  • View Graphs of the data entered
  • Create PDF reports of your data for printing and taking to your GP

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I was born in Jever, Germany.  My parents immigrated to the United States in 1968.  I became a United States citizen in 2005.
 
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I'm a Supporter of Wikileaks, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, The Freestate Project, LDNaware (Low Dose Naltrexone), Non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) Project, Millions Against Monsanto, the NRA (National Rifle Association), GOA (Gun Owners of America),Truth in Labeling, Unconventional Medicine and The Freedom of Choice.