When your brain isn't getting the rewarding effects of alcohol, there's simply no reason to continue drinking it. So, can you actually re-wire your brain to "forget" about alcohol using naltrexone, a...
AN EXPLANATION OF WHY MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT
(buprenorphine and naltrexone, but not methadone)
Can greatly help those desiring to recover from opioid addiction
We are in the...
One of the most common misconceptions about medication-assisted treatment is that patients are merely “trading one addiction for another.” That could NOT be more untrue.
The NAABT (National A...
What is Alcohol Use Disorder, And How Should It Be Treated?
By Paul Kolodzik, MD
East Indiana Recovery
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“ALCOHOL USE DISORDER” TREATMENT:
SUCCESS WITH DRINKING REDUCTION USING “THE SINCLAIR METHOD”
What is The Sinclair Method?
The Sinclair Method (TSM) is a research based, medication assisted treatment...
The Bridge Device is a small neuo-stimulator place near the ear that helps ease withdrawal symptoms.
Vivitrol is a medication used to manage opiate (and alcohol) cravings. It is an intramuscular injection that lasts 28 days and is non-addictive.
Once the brain of a user becomes addicted to heroine and opiates, it no longer functions as it did before, creating broken brain syndrome.