Simply put, there is only one reason people drink alcohol: because it makes you feel good. Chances are, when you had your first drink you didn't necessarily enjoy the taste of alcohol, but you learned...
AN EXPLANATION OF WHY MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT
(buprenorphine and naltrexone, but not methadone)
Can greatly help those desiring to recover from opioid addiction
We are in the throe...
Recently, Dr. Paul was asked to participate in Gem City Podcast with Libby Ballengee to discuss The Sinclair Method, an alternative treatment for alcohol use disorder which doesn't follow the trad...
Baclofen, a central nervous system depressant used a muscle relaxant, can also reduce or stop heavy drinking.
Want to drink less? The Sinclair Method uses the FDA-approved drug Naltrexone to gradually reduce alcohol consumption.
Drinking less starts with changing your thinking about traditional treatments and being open to new scientific approaches.
Sublocade is an FDA approved, subcutaneous injection of extended-release buprenorphine that lasts for 28 days.
Some believe using suboxone is trading one addiction for another. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Alcohol use disorder is a major mental health disorder in the U.S. and a leading cause of sickness and death.
The Sinclair Method targets the brain’s reward system which results in the reduction of heavy drinking and addictive cravings.