To follow up on some of the points in the video:
Naltrexone isn't something that people should take as if it were another supplement to add to their cupboard. If this sounds like something you might be able to benefit from, I encourage you to do your research before taking any action - look into possible side effects, make sure you understand precisely when you're supposed to take this, what is an appropriate dose for you and so on. Again, I'm not a doctor - this video is meant to inform, not to make medical recommendations. Some things to keep in mind while reading about this:
-The Sinclair Method, stated simply is this: Take 50mg of Naltrexone 1 hour before drinking. Do not take it when you are not drinking. Try to avoid doing naturally rewarding things while the medication is still in your system. Remember, other activities like exercise, hugging people, and eating food are felt to be pleasurable and are reinforced through the opioid system.
Some of Naltrexone's potential for other addictions (food, gambling, opiates) is discussed in the Roy Eskapa book.
★"Low Dose Naltrexone," the administration of from 1.5mg to 5mg (one tenth of the Sinclair method dosing), has shown promise for conditions like Crohn's disease and multiple sclerosis and works through different mechanisms having a different spectrum of physiological effects. This video doesn't comment on this approach. On that note, I'm not sure what dosing the implant mentioned around 5:30 was delivering and didn't mean to say Low Dose Naltrexone is not effective.
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