Posted by Larry Hoover on March 7, 2003, at 20:18:59
In reply to Re: Enada NADH for CFS? » Larry Hoover, posted by Ron Hill on March 7, 2003, at 19:27:01
> A week or so ago, I began to write a post to you regarding the possibility that Enada NADH might be worth your time to look into for treatment of your CFS. I deleted it for concern that I might come across as being presumptuous.
Presumptuous? I am always grateful to anyone offering support and suggestions. It's taken a long time for me to "tease out" the different aspects of my various disorders. I think CFS may be more problematic to treat than any of the rest. I'm happy to hear that this worked for you.
> As far as my experience with the supplement goes, I'll route you to the post I left for Shelli higher up in this thread:
So, I get the impression that there may be two phases to treatment: acute and maintenance. Early on, you're needing a higher dose to overcome a general deficit in ATP formation (and perhaps, dopamine synthesis), while later on you need to supplement at lower doses to maintain the benefits without tipping towards excess.
> I'm sure you've seen the study posted on PubMed regarding this topic, but I'll post the link along with a couple others. Probably nothing that you've not already seen.
> -- Ron
Anecdote from someone with a scientific approach means as much to me as published material, due to the possibility of bias. Thanks.