Alcoholism is a chronic disease than can be managed successfully. How? A detailed guide here.
Revia is a brand name medication for a Rx drug containing naltrexone. While Revia is generally a safe medication, what precautions should you take when considering this med? More here, with a section at the end for your questions.
Yes, Revia can help address strong cravings that occur during alcohol withdrawal. However, Revia can precipitate symptoms of narcotic drug withdrawal, quickening and worsening their severity. Find out more about how Revia helps with withdrawal (and addiction treatment) here.
No. Revia is a narcotic antagonist, a non-addictive medication that has no potential for abuse and doesn’t get you high. Want to know more about Revia and its use. We review here.
NO. Revia is a non-addictive and safe medication that has zero abuse potential – it doesn’t get you high. Read more about what Revia is made of and how it’s used here.
A single dose of Revia will block the pharmacologic effects of opioids for periods as long as 24 hours. But, how long does it stay in the system? Read here.