Latest news about Naltrexone Uses
Is Naltrexone Addictive?
At the biginning let's make a long story short: Naltrexone is not addictive. Details you can read above.
Naloxone vs Naltrexone
Naltrexone is similar to Naloxone, but its duration time is much longer: usually about 24 hours. Naltrexone is sometimes used in the treatment of drug or alcohol dependence.
Low dose naltrexone in treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS)
The experience of clinical use of low dose naltrexone (LDN), accumulated over the past few years, demonstrates its effectiveness in the preventing of the disease progression in MS patients. In addition, most such patients noted the decrease in muscle spasticity and in the feeling of chronic fatigue against the background of LDN administration.
Opioid use disorder (OUD)
Opioids in this article are the drugs (e.g. painkillers) which contain such substances as morphine, heroin, codeine and oxycodone. They can be bought illegally or prescribed.
Naltrexone and OUD in Young Americans
Prevalence of opioid painkiller among young people in the USA can be called epidemic. A new study (Aaron Schultz; June 2017) reported that the rate of OUD (opioid use disorder) among young Americans...
Hailey-Hailey disease and Naltrexone
Naltrexone is known to be effective in the treatment of substance use dependence but it can also be helpful in patients with Hailey-Hailey disease.
What is Naltrexone?
Naltrexone (AKA Vivitrol) is a drug of the opiate antagonists class used in the treatment of addiction to alcohol or opioid-containing painkillers.
Low Dose Naltrexone and chronic pain
Opioids have been used as universal pain killers for centuries. However, everyone knows about the effect of drug addiction and other unpleasant aftermaths of their use.
Naltrexone helps treat Fibromyalgia
“Naltrexone is effective in the treatment of spinal cord inflammation.” - Dr. Aaron Lifshitz
"New Life" program helps defeat alcoholism
Alcohol addiction has been a serious problem in all times and nations. New Life is an alcoholism treatment program essential part of which is based on the use of naltrexone
Intranasal Use of Naltrexone is Safe, the Research Has Shown
Company “Opiant Pharmaceuticals Inc” has recently disclosed the results of the first phase in their research.