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The opioid antagonist Naltrexone is approved to treat those who abuse opioid medications or alcohol.
The drug comes in a pill form and as an extended-release implant form. Naltrexone is designed to reduce and suppress cravings for alcohol or opiate drugs. It does this by binding to the opioid receptors in the person’s brain (thereby removing any opiate drugs on these receptors) and suppressing cravings.

Naltrexone is considered to have no abuse potential and does not result in the development of physical dependence. An individual must obtain a prescription in order to legally obtain it, and the medication is typically used in situations where individuals are actively recovering from alcohol use disorders or opiate abuse.

Naltrexone has a lengthy history of use, and it’s side effects are well studied and documented. One of the reasons it has remained such a popular treatment choice for so long is that it is considered a very safe medication with comparatively few and mild side effects.

Alcoholics no longer receive a “reward” for drinking once they are on Naltrexone and are therefore less likely to continue consumption. Naltrexone has been found to have significant impacts on alcohol addiction. Naltrexone effectively reverses the physical effects of alcohol so that users will not feel the rush or comfort when they consume alcohol.

Naltrexone interrupts the pathways in the brain that release endorphins when alcohol is consumed. This means that a patient will feel less pleasure when drinking alcohol and less desire to be intoxicated. Naltrexone does not make a person feel ill when alcohol is drunk when taking it, rather you may get drunk but not feel the rush or comfort in being drunk. It has also proved to be effective in reducing the frequency and severity of relapse.

Naltrexone offers a number of benefits to patients. It is relatively cheap and proved to be safe in low doses. It is not addictive nor does it require a patient to detox before using it.

It is a medication that is endorsed for treating alcoholism by the World Health Organisation and the US Food and Drug Administration. It does not have severe reactions with other medications. Naltrexone is also effective in treating opiate addictions.

Like most treatment medications, Naltrexone is a prescription medication and should only be taken under the supervision of a physician.

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