Bubba wrote:Your analogies are perfect. Couldn't have said it better myself...Now, if I can just make it through the next 10 hours of work.
You could try carnitine supplementation. It is cheap and 100% safe, unlike amantadine and other similar substances. Here are some studies:
Comparison of the effects of acetyl L-carnitine and amantadine for the treatment of fatigue in multiple sclerosis: results of a pilot, randomised, double-blind, crossover trial.
Levocarnitine administration in multiple sclerosis patients with immunosuppressive therapy-induced fatigue.
Bubba wrote:Speaking of Zinc...JL, this is a question for you...I have been faithful in my vitamins and minerals for bout 3 months. Feelin purdy good too. Now, I have also been very nauseous for three months. Talking to another officer at work the other night, vitamins came up. I was explaining to her what I take, and she made the spontaneous statement, "I used to take zinc, but it made me sick to my stomache". I quit taking the zinc 2 days ago, and I am no longer nauseous. What do you think? Zinc? or coinsidence? I believe it is helping withb my eyesight like you said, but I cant take being sick all the time.
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