Gary from England shares his Alcohol Use Disorder and Naltrexone (LDN) experience on the LDN Radio Show with Linda Elsegood.
Gary’s issue with drinking began in the nineties when social drinking began to creep into his private life as well. He states that he used to drink a few beers just in order to sleep, which began a vicious cycle leading to more beers and more money being spent.
His weeks would be made up of constant hangovers which impacted upon his ability to work properly. Recognising his problem, he began to research for a solution which is when he found out about how effective Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) can be against alcoholism.
During this interview Gary discusses “Alcohol Use Disorder” (AUD) and how successful The Sinclair Method is in treating the problem. Simply explained, the patient takes a 50 mg Naltrexone tablet one hour before drinking alcohol. It negates the effects and over time, reduces the addictive aspects. She explains how this is safe and inexpensive and that the success rate is 78%.
This is a summary of Gary’s interview. Please listen to the rest of Gary’s story by clicking on the video above.