Adjuvant Strategies for Managing ALS

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a devastating and mysterious neurological disease in which the central nervous system gradually loses control of the body’s musculature, owing to progressive death of the motor neurons controlling muscles. Although no cure for this disorder is on the horizon, this essay proposes that measures such as high caffeine intake, supplementation with inosine and spirulina, and an innovative and practical anti-inflammatory treatment strategy – known as “Tolovax” – may have potential for slowing the progression of ALS.

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