Sinclair Method

A study in Finland, headed by Dr. David Sinclair, demonstrated that taking naltrexone before drinking reported that they were far less likely to overdrink and experience reduced cravings and obsession with alcohol.

Clinical studies have shown that the opioid-blocking medication, naltrexone, can help reduce heavy or “binge” drinking episodes. Over time, this makes it easier for drinkers to stop drinking entirely, if abstinence is their goal, or maintain a reduced level of alcoholic consumption.