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Nasal Spray Seen as Easy and Effective Way to Deliver Glutathione, a Parkinson’s Therapy

A pilot study found that a nasal spray may be a promising and quickly effective way of delivering glutathione (GSH), and of increasing GSH levels in the brain of Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients. The study, “Central nervous system uptake of intranasal glutathione in Parkinson’s disease,” was published in the journal NPJ Parkinson’s Disease.

http://parkinsonsnewstoday.com/2016/06/20/nasal-spray-may-ease-parkinsons-disease-symptoms/

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3 comments

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  2. Nasal sprays are actually very effective because they can get into your bloodstream quickly. I didn’t know that they had nasal sprays for Parkinson’s disease but it would be very helpful to have the drug hit them quickly. That might even make it easier to reduce the symptoms quicker.

  3. This is great news. I feel like this could be a huge treatment for people living with PD. I have an aunt who has been struggling with PD for a number of years now. I will have to ask her doctor what she thinks about giving this a try.

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