Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment
What if I told you there is a treatment for alcoholism that not only allows you to continue drinking, but also teaches your brain moderation?
This is exactly what our Pathway to Addiction Independence for alcohol does utilizing a method dubbed The Sinclair Method or TSM for short.
The thing that sets TSM apart from the other treatment programs is the success rate of nearly 80%. It also is the only treatment program that is not abstinence based and actually allows you to continue drinking as long as you take the pill one hour before consumption. Another pro of this medication-assisted treatment is it rewires your brain overtime to dramatically decreases your cravings for alcohol and eventually have permanent effects on your alcohol driven pleasure responses.
TSM relies on naltrexone, an opioid antagonist, to block the pleasure responses from the brain due to alcohol consumption. Naltrexone is typically taken one hour before consuming alcohol. Users have reported they now only drink a glass of wine at a dinner party where before they would drink bottles. There has been a general consensus that this treatment program has a success rate of around 80%.
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About The Pathway to Addiction Independence
Our addiction treatment specialist, Dr. John Stanhope, has successfully treated hundreds of people struggling with opioid and alcohol addiction with methods recommended by the American Society of Addiction Medicine.
Our programs combine medication-assisted treatment with counseling and behavior modification therapy to give our patients the best chance at overcoming their addiction.
If you would like more information about our programs, please fill out our "Request for more information" form or call us today! Be sure to ask about our 50% off limited time offer.
References and Relevant Material
- AA and Rehab Culture Have Shockingly Low Success Rates. Available at https://www.alternet.org/books/pseudoscience-aa-and-rehab
- Claudia Christian Talks The Sinclair Method From TEDx London Business School. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9gMU_Lzsm4
- Scientific Information on The Sinclair Method, Naltrexone and Nalmefene. Available at http://www.cthreefoundation.org/explore-the-science-of-tsm.html#.WdrDzkpSx-U
- Medication-Assisted Treatment With Buprenorphine: Assessing the Evidence. Available at https://www.asam.org/docs/default-source/advocacy/mat-with-buprenorphine-summarizing-the-evidence.pdf?sfvrsn=0
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- Methadone and Suboxone: What’s the Difference Anyway? Available at https://drugabuse.com/suboxone-vs-methadone/
- Pharmacology of Buprenorphine. Available at https://www.naabt.org/education/pharmacoloy_of_buprenorphine.cfm
- Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy. Available at https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/a-comparison-of-suboxone-and-methadone-in-the-treatment-of-opiateaddiction-2155-6105-1000248.php?aid=64527
- The Surprising Failures of 12 Steps. Available at https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/03/the-surprising-failures-of-12-steps/284616/
- Methadone Prescribing and Overdose and the Association with Medicaid Preferred Drug List Policies. Available at https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/66/wr/mm6612a2.htm
- Keeping OTP Patients in Treatment Longer methadone vs buprenorphine. Available at http://atforum.com/2013/11/keeping-otp-patients-in-treatment-longer-methadone-vs-buprenorphine/