It’s been ages since I’ve been on the forum and feel I must try and slow or halt my secondary progressive ms.
I was dx 10 years ago and at first things were fine till after 3/4 years I developed a limp and symptoms have slowly but surely became worse. There are too many effects to bore you with.
My point is that a vitamin supplement called NAD+ has been tested on mice as an anti-aging drug and works. I also read somewhere that it can repair brain damage to people who have taken legal high drugs.
Now we all know our nerve insulation has broken down and I for one won’t sit back without trying something new. I realise drug companies wouldn’t make much money out of a ms solution, thought about NAD+ and will give it a go.
I’ve ordered niacinamide vitamin B3 1,500 mg (slow release) tablets costing about £13.98 for 100. Now most of these pills are available all over the place in a much smaller dose and more expensive. It was advised a dose of at least 1000 gm (1 gram) per day required to make any difference and there’s too many pages of medical terminologies to list.
I ask members to google NAD+, B3, niacinamide and nicotinamide and look forward to comments.
Going out to work now, so don’t expect a reply from me soon.