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... I take one twin labs 1,000mg capsule at bed time. Niaspan is time released Niacin available by prescription only. ... (23 replies)
... I'm reading that ppl are taking niacin to raise the hdl, but what if you're hdl is already high? ... (1 replies)
... s approval and under his care. He approved of me taking 1,000mg Niacin a day and I am due to have another lipid panel done in February. I am slightly confused on what form of Niacin will be best to raise my HDL. ... (23 replies)

... skin. It can be very mild or intense depending on how you use the Niacin. If you're concerned, just start with a lower dose. Your doc is recommending the aspirin to offset the flush symptoms. This is a different way from how I use Niacin. Also, I want to have some flushing as this aids the lowering of HDL. ... (1 replies)
... It would be best to tell your Doctor even if you are taking 500mg of Niacin and or any over the counter dietary supplements. Niacin is a very powerful substance and has the potential to cause problems if you are not under the care of a Doctor. ... (23 replies)
... I started taking 500mg time released Niacin twice a day with my Doctor's approval and under his care. I was wondering how many points on average one can expect to see their HDL go up? ... (3 replies)
... Immediate release Niacin is the benchmark for all other forms of niacin to compare to. The reason other forms of niacin were developed is that most can't take the flushing from immediate release Niacin. ... (23 replies)
... Since low HDL is a key indicator for future heart disease, I have been trying to find effective ways to boost my HDL level. ... (23 replies)
... My Dr. wants me take 500mg time released niacin once a day and to take a aspirin 30 minutes before I take the niacin, can someone explain what flushing feels like and how long does it last.. ... (1 replies)
... My Doctor wanted to give me six months with over the counter time released Niacin. I spoke with him about Niaspan and he said he would be willing to prescribe it to me after my next test in February if my numbers do not improve. I have no problem taking Niaspan and think it would be a great option. ... (3 replies)
... There are some options to raising the HDL if you choose to do so. ... (24 replies)
... Smoking cessation, aerobic exercise, and moderate alcohol consumption all independently raise HDL cholesterol. Lowering BMI correlates with higher HDL levels. ... (7 replies)
... I am currently taking 1,000mg Immediate Release Niacin to help boost my HDL. I was wondering what a typical target dosage for Niacin is at? ... (2 replies)
... I also believe that NIACIN helps. I am currently taking aprrox. ... (13 replies)
... I've been on niacin only for over a year. I've never taken a statin. Since your numbers look good without niacin, I wouldn't add it. ... (22 replies)
... this is suppose to raise HDL also. ... (7 replies)
... K a year for medical for myself and family... I'm going to take advantage of it... including taking a proven prescribed medication called Niaspan. ... (23 replies)
... I agree with you fully and fully understand why you do not want to take a statin. My Doctor is a firm believer on treating things naturally. He put me on Red yeast Rice three years ago and it helped my numbers significantly. ... (23 replies)
... Yes, you can split the pill in half. At your next blood test, if your HDL is significantly higher and your triglycerides are lower, you will know Inositol is working for you. ... (47 replies)
Lower Numbers??
Dec 13, 2006
... Yeah, and I'd be dead too if I didn't have a stent in one of my coronary arteries. The jury will be out for several more years as to whether my meds are prolonging my life, but so far so good. ... (24 replies)

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