Is This the Cure for Alcoholism?


Can a tiny little pill be the cure for alcoholism? This is also known as the Sinclair Method.


The Sinclair Method is an alternative treatment for alcohol use disorder based on modern-day science.


It is claimed by proponents that Sinclair's method gives alcoholic individuals the freedom to continue drinking, as their cravings for alcohol slowly fade.

In many cases, it also allows individuals to decrease their level of alcohol consumption to the point that they can remain a social drinker if they choose to do so.


There's a lot of controversy about the Sinclair Method. Some people swear by it, and other people think it's just plain dangerous.


In this video, we will explore the effectiveness of Naltrexone (called Vivitrol in an injection form) to reduce a person's desire to drink alcohol and ultimately quit drinking.


Amber Hollingsworth


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