17 May One year of using The Sinclair Method
Another Sinclair Method Podcast.
Here is the latest podcast on www.alcoholism-recovery-radio.com and www.recoveringfromrecovery.com about The Sinclair Method and it features Ben who has used the method to beat his alcoholism for about a year now and has improved his life as result. We we discuss his background and how he tried many solutions before finding out about the Sinclair Method which uses Naltrexone or another opioid blocker to chemically extinguish the cravings for alcohol online.
Successfully using The Sinclair Method for a year.
It is great to hear from somebody who has used this excellent method to beat alcohol problems and compare it to my own and other people’s experience. It does seem that people who comply with the Sinclair Method and take their tablet one hour before drinking alcohol do really well compared to people using traditional faith-based solutions such as AA. Many people in AA who are about a year into their recovery are still stressed by the thought of drinking and are still craving alcohol badly. This does not seem to be the case with those who make use of the medication in the Sinclair Method.
Medication for the Sinclair Method.
We discuss how hard it was for Ben to get hold of the tablets, which seems to be a common problem with using the Sinclair Method. We also talk about the book “A cure for Alcoholism” by Dr Roy Eskapa which has helped so many people understand the research done by Dr David Sinclair, after whom this method is named. We also mention some of the minor side effects that Ben has experienced.
Sinclair Method Online.
We dicuss how to find out information about using the Sinclair Method online, which seems to be where most people find out about the solution, and mention some online communities that are worth looking at. We also talk a bit about my own recovery and how I beat my own issues with alcoholism. I sadly did not use the Sinclair Method because I had not heard of it and as a result spent 10 difficult years stopping and starting which I believe could have been avoided. This is something I regret.
Here are some useful links about The Sinclair Method.
Here is the most accurate forum for the Sinclair Method http://optionssavelives.freeforums.net/
There is also a category on www.recoveringfromrecovery.com site about The Sinclair Method http://www.recoveringfromrecovery.com/category/sinclair-method/