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misaligned Atlas

My treatments are chiropractic for misligned Atlas, which has resulted in a twisted spine

Also acupuncture as bladder meridian runs down the spine and right leg.

I'm new here havent a clue what to do.

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Couple Supplement Questions for Jimmylegs

Hi JL!
I hope you don't mind my asking you questions you've no doubt answered a million times before!

Do you still recommend magnesium glycinate as the best form in a supplement? Any particular brand you recommend?

Also, what form of calcium is best? I I've tried to research this for a very long time, and for the life of me, can't figure it out! People I've asked at vitamin stores never seem to know ...
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Deep Brain Stimulation

Has anyone had this surgery performed? I will be seeing someone in a few months for a Q&A. I don't even know if I qualify.
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Any advice about something to help with these annoying and embarrassing tremors? I take 100 mg of Primidone twice a day but things just keep shaking!
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Why did you choose your meds...this is confusing.

hello -

i was recently 'not yet' diagnosed with MS. but, it certainly appears to be on the horizon once all my testing is complete. my dr has given me some options on which medication to start taking.

i have read thru all of their marketing info and ended up with more questions than answers. i'm also found myself being quite the cynic over the whole process.

my choices have narrowed to Avonex, Rebif, or ...
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Updated Regimen

30 year old Male

Daily Copaxone Injection around 10pm

As needed 100mg Modafinil (Modapro, or Modalert)

With Food:
81mg Bayer low dose Aspirin
600mg NAC (N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine)
400mg COQ10
1000mg Fish Oil
Lion's Mane Capsule
750mg Aniracetam (depending on how I feel)
130mg DMAE

750mg Aniracetam
1000mg Fish Oil
600mg NAC (N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine)
Multi Vitamin

Dinner Night:
1200 NAC (N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine)
500mg ALCAR (Acetyl-L-Carnitine)
2000mg Fish Oil
Lion's Mane Capsule

I would say the biggest and ...
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Anyone use Aniracetam?

Been reading a lot about Aniracetam and its positive effects. Anyone with MS have any experience?
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Logical assumptions about treatments - (rant)

All opinionated rant:

Fingolimod was developed by studying the fungus that grows on insects, eventually killing the host and sprouting fruiting bodies. Scientists studied it for the factor which suppressed the immune system of the host and then isolated it and simplified it. I think that the substance they found was a necroptosis inhibitor that actually kept the host alive until it was done with it. This may be the reason why it also causes ...
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Regimens for Neuroprotection

On my doctor's advice (not a neurologist), I've started the following regimen. I'd asked her for a recommendation on supplements to take to limit neurodegeneration and as a best hedge against neuronal atrophy. I now take these daily in addition to Copaxone and verapamil (migraine prevention).

This regimen includes selegiline (l-deprenyl), which is a prescribed medication. I take selegiline at a low daily dose of 5mg. The claims about reducing excitotoxic damage (I understand this ...
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