The Sinclair Method (TSM) is a controversial addiction treatment method for alcohol addiction that uses a technique called pharmacological extinction. Pharmacological extinction is the use of an opiate blocker such as naltrexone, naloxone or Nalmefen to turn habit-forming behaviors into habit erasing behaviors. The effect returns a person’s craving for alcohol to its pre-addiction state.
The study claims that in a few months, most people can cut down their alcohol consumption to safe levels and many stop drinking alcohol for good. It is important to follow the instructions at all times.
Instructions on Using The Sinclair Method to Treat Alcohol Addiction
To treat alcoholism using the Sinclair Method, take one pill one to two hours before your first drink of the day for the rest of your life! That is as long as you continue to drink. The pills chemically disrupt the body’s behavior/reward cycle causing you to want to drink …