Management Of Statin Damage
Given the following array of side effects....
Statins Inhibit Important Biochemical Pathway - Cause Predictable 'Side Effects'
Statins & Lowering Cholesterol A Double Whammy For CHF
Statins and Vitamin D Deficiency - Another Blow
Muscle Side Effects Of Statins
Statins May Cause Nerve Damage
Statins And Our Immune System
STATIN DRUGS Side Effects
Statin Drugs & Breast Cancer
Statin Drugs & Memory Loss
Statins and Parkinson's
Dr. Graveline has provided an excellent start for those looking to reverse damage from these essentially useless drugs. Sadly, any efforts to curb damage from statins, by vested interests, is not like to be taken too seriously as this will implicate them, but now that the patents are winding down and the bucks have been raked in, maybe we will see some half hearted efforts in this direction especially if the damage can be managed rather than cured....
A complementary protocol* to prevent heart disease is also contained in Dr. Levy's book: Stop America's # 1 Killer!...Heart Disease, this may also be adapted per the following to reduce statin damage.
*Chapter 29 — Practical Suggestions for Stopping/Reversing Atherosclerosis Protocol for the Prevention and Reversal of Atherosclerosis
Management Of Statin Damage
Duane Graveline MD MPH
Directing our attention to those already presenting with statin associated damage of whatever kind, I recommend stopping the statin and robust CoQ10 supplementation. CoQ10 has no maximum allowable dose, so progressive dosage elevations to 1500mg daily may be reasonable for a period of time to observe for response. The addition of Acetyl-L-carnitine and selenium must be considered for persistent muscle pain and weakness. These recommendations are based upon known mechanisms of action of statin drugs and results of recent research.
A possible means to compensate for dolichol inhibition has recently been identified. Study of the effect of statins on dolichols and the process of glycosylation has revealed the possibility that glyconutrient supplementation may help restore normal operation of damaged glycolytic pathways. Studies designed to evaluate possible benefits of this are just getting under way. Once validated, glyconutrient supplementation may become an effective treatment for statin damage unresponsive to other measures. No other specific therapies are in sight at this time.
References:Other links of interest are:
1) Shovman. Immunol Res 25(3)2002.
2) Meske. Eur J Neurosci 17, 2003.
3) Pfrieger. Science 9 Nov, 2001.
4) Muldoon. Am J Med 108(7), 2000. 5) Mooseman. Lancet 363, 2004.
6) Hilgendorph. Internat J Clin Pharm and Therapeut 41(9), 2003.
More Statin Business Even Though Never Proven To Reduce Mortality
Relentless Statin Junk Science Continues
Call For A Senate Finance Committee Hearings On Statin Side Effects
Class Action - Statins Increases Heart Disease By 10% In Women
Bad News About Statin Drugs (contains a comprehensive list of relevant Urls)
posted by Chris Gupta on Monday June 4 2007
updated on Tuesday March 18 2008
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