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Re: Enada NADH to treat low energy johnj

Posted by Ron Hill on February 20, 2003, at 1:10:24

In reply to NADH link at Swansons Ron Hill, posted by johnj on February 19, 2003, at 16:33:32

John,

I checked out the Swansons site and bookmarked it. Their prices look good. Make sure you buy Enada NADH (not to be confused with plain old non-stabilized NADH).

Having had a little more time to experience this supplement since my last post to you, I would now recommend against the sublingual formulation in favor of the enteric coated "down-the-hatch" tablets. If you buy the 5 mg tablet size, only buy one box because it may turn out that 5 mg/day is too much for you, in which case, you may want to try the 2.5 mg tablet size. On the other hand, you may end up needing 10 mg/day for all I know. By the time you pay shipping, it might be economically advantageous to buy your first box at the local nutritional store until you figure out how much (if any) is right for you.

I take 5 mg/day. If I take more, I get irritable. But at 5 mg/day, Enada NADH provides remarkable relief from my atypical depression (low motivation, low energy, anhedonia (loss of pleasure in life), and hypersomnia) and relief from my irritable mood states. It is too early in my trial to make predictions regarding the long-term effectiveness.

I have a hunch that you will feel your energy lift within a couple of hours after taking your first 5 mg tablet. But, of course, I could be wrong and it might just make you irritable. I think bipolar patient should have a good moodstabilizer on board prior to taking Enada NADH. If it were not for my Lithobid, I think it may have pushed me into hypomania. But you have assured me it the past that bipolar disorder is not part of your dx, right? If you try it, let me know how it affects you.

Congratulations once again on passing your FE. The test is hard enough as it is, but to study for it and take the exam while battling less than optimal brain chemistry says a lot about your character. Nice job, John!

-- Ron
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> http://www.swansonvitamins.com/
>
> Hey Ron,
> Thanks for the info on NADH I found it at Swansons and am thinking of getting some to try. I have used Swansons for quite some time and they are about half for the same brand of multivit that I used to buy at a health food store. I am also thinking of trying some cod liver oil. Maybe it will affect me better than the fish oil. With the oil I can go up very slowly. For 5 bucks a bottle it is worth a try! Hope things are on the mend for you too. I feel better but tired. Just waiting for cymbalta to come out and give it a try. take care
> johnj


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