Posted by bleauberry on May 7, 2011, at 10:16:59
In reply to Re: i tried Glycine for a few days and... » Jeroen, posted by SLS on May 7, 2011, at 6:58:06
Glycine in medium to high doses, sometimes low doses, can provide immediate calming. But the true therapeutic effect will only happen over time, likely a couple or more months. Glycine has good potential. Take the smallest dose necessary to not get any undesired effects from it, and just keep taking it for weeks and months. Slowly try to increase the dose. Let your body tell you where to settle for a while or where to increase.
That said, I don't see glycine being the magic cure you need. It's too bad your hands are so tied, because if your treatment could involve some of the things I am thinking of (mostly non-meds) I think you could be feeling 30% to 80% better in a short time.
Anyway, give glycine some time. Don't overdo it and don't abandon it too soon. Give it a chance to see what happens. At least then you'lll know. Right now it is extremely too early to know.
I would personally be thrilled to see you be able to try something antibiotic or antimicrobial. Those kinds of toxins are really tough foes to do battle with, and in my personal opinion are a common overlooked cause of treatment reistance as well as unexplained sensitivities. People get sick of me saying this stuff though, so I'll cut it short for now. Weird though, the ones who listened and took action showed improvement like they hadn't seen in a long time.
Wishing you well Jereon. Wish there was more we could all do to help. You are one tough cookie and you deserve a lot of respect for that.