Naltrexone in heroin (opiate) addiction treatment
NALTREXONE is a complete antagonist of all types of opiate receptors. Having a strong chemical affinity for opiate receptors, Naltrexone closes them to heroin, Methadone, Tramadol, Buprenorphine, Morphine-sulfate, etc.
How does Naltrexone work?
Naltrexone has several positive effects:
- NALTREXONE protects all opioid receptors, not allowing opiate drug molecules to reach them, which prevents progress of addiction or relapse.
- NALTREXONE psychologically reminds patients that opiates can not give them high any longer and therefore using them becomes meaningless. Naltrexone induces more tranquility, self confidence, eliminates cravings and nervous tension, significantly reduces psychological dependence on opiate drugs.
- NALTREXONE stimulates regeneration of one's own inner pleasure system and release of endorphins - natural hormones of well-being, as well as renewal of receptors. The process of emotional recovery is quicker due to Naltrexone.
- Naltrexone reduces the degree of intoxication and interest in alcohol, cocaine, cannabis and other psychoactive substances. Naltrexone was approved by the FDA, even in the treatment of alcohol addiction. There are scientific studies that show that Naltrexone helps in controlling behavioral addictions such as gambling and shopaholism.
- NALTREXONE improves immunity. It is highly desirable to strengthen immunity after detoxification from heroin. NALTREXONE is used in the treatment of multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases. Its application has also been started in oncology centers.
- Naltrexone maintenance advantages compared to substitution program with Methadone, Suboxone, Substitol, etc.
- Enables return to a clean life without heroin and synthetic opioid drugs.
- Promotes rehabilitation of brain's endorphin system, ie. secretion of one's own well-being hormones.
- Not addictive, there is no withdrawal symptoms with discontinuation of the NALTREXONE application, no psychoactive effects.
Naltrexone maintenance limitations:
- Requires a patient's responsible decision to maintain abstinence.
- Naltrexone is not covered by health insurance.
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The Naltrexone formula was discovered in the U.S.A. at the end of 60-ies, by the DuPont Merck Pharmaceuticals. Naltrexone is a formula based on poppy alkaloids, but it does not cause any effects or feelings as opiates do. On the contrary, Naltrexone does not allow natural opiates and synthetic opioids to affect the brain receptors and cause narcotic intoxication, pleasure. Hence, with no satisfaction, there is no addiction. When a man is protected by blockers, the very need for the abuse of opioid drugs disappears.
Over the last 40 years, Naltrexone has been well researched and it has been proven to be outstanding in therapeutic practice. Naltrexone has been approved by the FDA for treatment of drug and alcohol addictions in the United States. Naltrexone medication therapy formulas are constantly being improved. A great choice of opioid antagonists for various patients and their needs are being produced. Some of them undergo clinical trials, others are patented, registered and officially recommended in the treatment of addiction.
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