Doxycycoline - neurodysfunction, inflammation, protozoa

Issie

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http://www.ncbi.nlm....es/PMC2312368/#



Interesting article on doxycycoline helping suppress P25 which could cause atrophy of hypocampus and neuro dysfunction, affects genetics and inflammation with increased cytokines. Granted, it's a mouse study ---but, what if this would help us humans too. Interestingly, I'm taking a small/low dose of doxy for my protozoa problem. For sure my brain function has improved and so has my POTS. Maybe, this is the reason.



Here's some really interesting articles that I ran across showing that even if there is a genetic defect and doxy is given - it could potentially help with the genetic dysfuction and prevent neurological dysfunction. (Epigenetics ---maybe????)



http://www.holtorfme...oads&file_id=65



http://onlinelibrary....22496/abstract



http://www.off-label...rug=doxycycline



http://cds.ismrm.org...files/00542.pdf





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