No, Campral does not produce euphoric effect and cannot get you high. We review Campral’s chemical composition, mechanism of action, and possible side effects here.
A brief guide with tips for educating your daughter about the negative effects of drug use and addiction here.
NO. Campral is not addictive. It is a medication used in the treatment of alcohol dependence or alcoholism. To learn what is Campral made of, its addiction liabilty, and the potenital risks of Campral use, read on here.
A look into the reasons why people overdrink, and where you can go for help if you think you have a problem with binge drinking.
You can get a prescription for Antabuse after a medical assessment and making a decision with your doctor. Antabuse is not for everyone. Learn more about how Antabuse is supplied here.
Alcoholism is only one of about seven (7) teen drinking problems. Learn a few practical ways you can help curb problems related to teens and drinking here.
Antabuse is prescribed by a medical doctor. However, Antabuse is NOT for everyone. More here on the prescription and use of Antabuse for alcoholism
The elimination half-life of naltrexone and the metabolite 6-ß-naltrexol ranges between 4 and 13 hours. However, Depade’s duration of action will depend on your dosing schedule. More on the metabolism of Depade here.
NO. Antabuse is not addictive. In fact, Antabuse is used for treating patients who suffer from chronic alcoholism. We review what Antabuse is made of and its other properties, here.
The key to helping an alcoholic is to detach from managing the behavior, love them, and let go of the outcome. More on how to do that here.