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Long Lasting Nalterxone Therapy


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Naltrexone was thought to be poorly effective because it is only prescribed orally and the treatment success depended entirely on the addict’s commitment to taking the NTX tablets without cheating the system. This is why relapse occurred in 90% of the cases. Opiate detoxification is only the first step of a recovery program, yet it is the most important. To release oneself from addiction takes courage, maintaining that freedom builds self worth.

Opiate antagonists treatment helps an addict make the transition from illicit drug abuse to a drug-free life. Patients are first detoxified from their dependence on opiates then a subcutaneous implant provides a safety net because it blocks the euphoric effects of opiate release. As a result, even a relapse episode will have a therapeutic reaction, because repeated failure to get high will eventually break the neurobiological and behavioral links between taking drugs and the rewards which lead to regular drug use. So the chain of bondage to addiction is snapped, setting an addict free to rebuild and heal him or herself.
NTX implants are vital for patients undergoing the first week after detoxification of 7 to 10 days.

At least a 6-months naltrexone is recommended but preferably year strength makes relapse impossible during the most crucial time for a patient when the risk is highest. Because long acting naltrexone makes it impossible to forget to take the NTX, the need to supervise a patient is unnecessary as the craving is reduced … there is no point to craving for what you cannot have. Once the naltrexone is given, an addict can’t get high, so they ultimately put energy into the recreation of finding beneficial outlets to their emotions and discover that euphoria can exist alongside sobriety.
The Advantages of Rapid Opiate Detoxification coupled with the long acting naltrexone are numerous in comparison with conventional methods.

    • Addicts who have abused Methadone for many years find it unbearable to undergo a slow dose reduction program which usually takes months to complete. ROD takes only 7 to 10 days.
    • ROD starts the process which is completed by the long acting naltrexone
    • Addicts with a long history of relapse after detoxification will benefit because they will finally discover rehabilitation.
    • Provides addicts with a more extensive menu of options beyond Methadone maintenance programs and Subutex detoxification regimes.
    • Once an addict has made the decision to quit drugs, they will find it difficult to achieve success if they remain in their familiar environment where other users and dealers make drugs easily accessible.
    • A prisoner who has been released from a detention facility where their sentence has given them a chance to detoxify, but they are at high risk of relapsing when they return to their environment.
    • Addicts who have managed to reduce the amount of drugs they use and pledge to quit entirely.


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