- Paperback: 196 pages
- Publisher: Duane Graveline, M.D.; 1 edition (November 1, 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1424301629
- ISBN-13: 978-1424301621
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 64 customer reviews
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He suffered from statins to the point he had severe amnesia. He wouldn't enter their home because he didn't remember his wife.
I don't know whether he also mentioned the severe muscle pain that statins give you. I fell once after having grapefruit juice with statin and got handicapped-level soreness. Only months later I put it together with the statins.
I also had the memory problems. The weird part is that I had read about the memory problems and even kept a copy of the results of a memory test, then when I was trying to figure out why I had lost my memory I ran across the paper and ironically didn't remember what it was for. I was telling my therapist about my loss of memory and suddenly started crying when I remembered that I had read about statins causing amnesia.
(I don't remember whether I had both at the same time, but it would make sense since I stopped taking the stuff fairly soon.
Every doctor I've talked to about this has said they couldn't take statins because of muscle pain. The irony is that they always said everyone else should take it, the metaphorical "it ought to be in the drinking water", when they couldn't handle it themselves. I don't know whether they lost their memory too.
You must stop this poison immediately. At the very least take large doses of CoQ10, which is made by the body and is destroyed by statins. People have taken 2,700 milligrams for ALS, but I think that's not much more than the normal dose, so I would recommend a larger dose (be sure to check first. Be sure to get ubiquinol rather than ubiquinone.
The case against statins is firmly established. We just need the "older medical establishment" to read the right papers.