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The Sinclair Method

Accepting you are an alcoholic or struggling with an Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is daunting.

Recovery can seem unachievable.

Conventional wisdom says alcoholism is a lifelong condition, management of which requires constant vigilance every day and that normal drinking can never be achieved once somebody succumbs to alcohol related difficulties.

Hardly easy reading, particularly with relapse rates notoriously common with many traditional treatments.

What if conventional wisdom was outdated?

The good news is it is.

The Sinclair Method (TSM)* has a success rate of around 80% and involves taking a simple pill available from your doctor an hour or two before drinking.

Woman Walking in the Field

IMPORTANT: This website and its content are solely for information purposes and neither is to be taken as a replacement for qualified medical advice. We advise everybody to seek guidance from their physician before embarking on any course of treatment. This website and its content, other than where personal experience is discussed, talk about this form of treatment and the medications in a general manner and should be taken only as such. Where descriptions of personal experience are discussed, they are to be taken as that; personal. It is extremely rare for any two people to have exactly the same experience with any medication.

*The Sinclair Method (TSM) uses naltrexone. In Ireland, nalmefene is more commonly used and easier to obtain although naltrexone can be prescribed off-label for the same purpose. Nalmefene is a sister product of naltrexone and for the purposes of ease of reading and further research, the terms The Sinclair Method and TSM are used on this website and reflect the fact that nalmefene when taken as outlined in TSM is TSM in all but name.

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