Posted by Kerry Gibbons on May 08, 2005 at 22:32:41:
In Reply to: eyes posted by daveG on May 08, 2005 at 22:21:47:
While I don't have any specific reports such as yours, in theory I would think that MSM would be helpful because MSM does tend to make tissues more flexible and less brittle. Therefore, the blood vessels should not break so easily. Please let us know if it seems to help.
As far as form and dosage, any form is fine. We always recommend starting at a low level of between 500 and 1000 mg (eighth to a quarter teaspoon) per day. Stay at that level for about a week and then add another 500 to 1000 mg per day and stay at that level for a week. Most people will want to continue in the same way for several weeks never adding more than 2000 mg (half teaspoon) at one time, until you are taking between 6 and 8 teaspoons per day. This high level makes up for the years of deficiency that your body has experienced. Then reduce the amount to a maintenance level for whatever works for you. This is a balance between addressing what you want to address and being able to sleep as well as you would like at night. For most people the maintenance level is between 1 and 2 teaspoons (4000 to 8000 mg) per day. Always drink LOTS of water when starting on MSM or when increasing the amount you are taking.
: I have had broken blood vessels on the sclera on both eyes for 2 years. Will MSM help clear them so as to look not as red? What dosages should i be taken? What form of MSM? Thanks DaveG!
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