Naltrexone Alcohol Drug Rehab Assisted Recovery Midwest


 

Naltrexone Alcohol Drug Rehab Assisted Recovery Midwest – Naltrexone Breaks the Cycle of Addiction New hope for alcohol dependence and opiate drug addiction. Naltrexone is one of the first anti-craving medications approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the treatment of alcoholism and opiate addiction. Naltrexone comes in two forms: 1) Vivirol®-an injectable time released form of naltrexone that is taken once a month. Click to visit Vivitrol’s website for more information. 2) ReVia© or naltrexone- taken daily in pill form. Here are some of the many benefits of naltrexone in the treatment of drug and alcohol dependence: • Most patients experience dramatic reductions in craving within hours of taking the first dose. • Naltrexone blocks the high of alcohol and narcotics, reducing the incentive to drink or use drugs and significantly increasing treatment success. • Naltrexone is a non-habit forming medication that can be discontinued at any time. • Naltrexone can be given with other medications, especially those used to treat depression and other such psychiatric conditions. • Naltrexone works best when used in combination with relapse-prevention therapies. Call Assisted Recovery’s 24-Hour Help Line (314) 645-6840 for a free, confidential consultation.

 

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15 Responses to Naltrexone Alcohol Drug Rehab Assisted Recovery Midwest

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    Project Combine, the largest controlled clinical trial in the alcoholism treatment field, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in May, 2006, has shown “that while naltrexone was effective in its own right, combining it with the specialized counseling added no more? effectiveness than naltrexone by itself” according to Dr. Raymond Anton, the coordinator for the trial.

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    Good question: Methadone is “old school” now and viewed by many? to be “a cure worse then the ill” Suboxone is used in Assisted Recovery’s Program treating opiates, heroin, pain pills (Vicodin…) dependence Suboxone contains naltrexone, more info at AssistedRecovery’s site under “Get help for Opiates”

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    There are many healthcare professionals who don’t know about this to this day. Also,? for those healthcare professionals who are suffering from dependence, Assisted Recovery has a program called the ARCA HealthPro Program… offers Healthcare Professionals immediate and highly confidential access to evidence-based treatment for a range of chemical dependences ranging from alcohol to prescription narcotic drugs. Google “arcamidwest healthpro” for more info

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    Very happy to hear this, naltrexone seems to be? a very helpful tool in early recovery

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    Motor refexes? will still be effected. Also, if driving and pulled over, DUI still apply 🙂

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    Past experiences have? confirmed this to be true for many people with abstinence as their goal.

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    “Journal of the? American Medical Association, “that while naltrexone was effective in its own right, combining it with the specialized counseling added no more effectiveness than naltrexone by itself” according to Dr. Raymond Anton, the coordinator for the trial… Doctors to prescribe naltrexone with only medical supervision but without intensive therapy…”

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    please let us know how your doing?

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    True! a pill is not going to fix you. Naltrexone is part of effective treatment in early recovery for most people as studies continue to show. Taking naltrexone daily is not easy for some. We suggest a close friend, partner, healthcare pro or even mom check in with you every day. Assisted Recovery’s treatment program has other useful tips too. A “once a month” form of naltrexone called VIVITOL is available too many have found to be? helpful so they don’t “forget.”

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    Respond to this video… Thank you for the feed back? and suggestions. Happy to have the medical community “in the know” so more people can be treated.

  • ARCAmidwest says:

    Talk to your MD. One person reported that food helped and the nauseous feeling goes away? after taking it for a week. Hangovers are reported to feel 100 times worse.

  • smcoxmd says:

    I am a clinical psychiatrist. When I heard about this I thought, “This can’t work. It is too good to be true. But I tried it and it does work very well about 75% of people who try it. No detox/hospitalization cost. You must buy this book? The Cure for Alcoholism by Roy Eskapa. It only fails in 12% of people who give it a chance. Only 10% of people drop out of treatment since it is so easy. It may not work unless you wait a full hour before you start drinking after taking the pill.

  • smcoxmd says:

    I am a clinical psychiatrist. When I heard about this I thought, “This can’t work. It is too good to be true. But I tried it and it does work very well about 75% of people who try it. No detox/hospitalization cost. You must buy this book The Cure for Alcoholism by? Roy Eskapa. It only fails in 12% of people who give it a chance. Only 10% of people drop out of treatment since it is so easy. It may not work unless you wait a full hour before you start drinking after taking the pill.

  • sthrngunz says:

    I’m using this currently, but it seems to make me nauseous? when I take it. Anyone else have this problem?

  • davidstvz says:

    Naltrexone doesn’t work unless you use the Sinclair Method (you take it, then drink as usual). It does NOT stop you from getting drunk. What it does is stops your brain from reinforcing the opioid pathways that make you subconsciously think drinking is the best thing in the world. After several months of drinking+naltrexone (at least 3, more depending on the person) your craving? to drink decreases to the point that you can drink moderately or not at all (you take the pill EVERY time you drink).

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