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The Pharmacological Extinction: Naltrexone and Alcohol Since the early 1980’s, the FDA has approved the so called drug naltrexone, it has been used as a treatment for alcohol addiction ever since it was created and approved. There are lots of doctors today who always prescribe to their patients naltrexone, these are the patients who are suffering from alcohol problems, but the FDA has reminded them that naltrexone is not that effective when taken on a daily basis while abstaining when it comes to drinking alcohol. Fortunately, a certain scientist from Finland who goes by the name of David Sinclair PhD has proved different ways on using naltrexone properly and gives them an 80 percent chance of success when it comes to alcohol patients that are prescribed the drug and it also shows a 90 percent rate for alcohol patients who take the drug as directed from them. This type of prescribing method that is being used today is now called The Sinclair Method derived from the last name of the person who discovered it. There is a success rate of 90 percent when it comes to the patients who are prescribed with naltrexone using The Sinclair method and they have been proven to stop drinking and craving for alcohol or sometimes they become casual or moderate drinkers instead in just a short span of three months at least. Naltrexone is not a very expensive drug, as a matter of fact there is a generic brand that is least expensive and can be afforded by lots of alcohol patients all the time, this is also the good thing about naltrexone treatment because it does not need inpatient treatment inside a hospital but can be done in the comfort of their own homes. What is the process and how does The Sinclair Method work in the first place? According to the process of how The Sinclair Method works, it tells its patients to ensure that they know when to drink the drug properly, it means that naltrexone should only be taken by the alcohol patient whenever they feel that they are going to drink alcohol, they also should take note that it is not advisable to drink naltrexone whenever the alcohol patient feels like stopping their drinking of alcohol for a few weeks. Recent studies by the FDA have shown that naltrexone treatments for alcohol patients proved to be effective if followed properly and if not, it can bring many complications instead.The Art of Mastering Resources

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