Alcohol Abuse Treatment with Naltrexone and the Sinclair Method

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The goal with the Sinclair Method is to eventually enable people to either stop drinking or to moderate their drinking. One of the receptors that alcohol stimulates is the mu-opioid receptor. This is the same receptor that is stimulated by narcotic pain medications such as Percocet and Vicodin. Activating this receptor causes a release of…

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