INDICATIONS FOR HEROIN BLOCKER
Fields of Naltrexone application.
Firstly, it is prevention of opiate consumption and addiction. For example, a teenager is going to a party with people he does not know, or he is meeting with another questionable teenagers. Cautious parents are giving him the Naltrexone capsule before leaving. Then they can sleep peacefully. Even if someone accidentally or intentionally gives the teenager to try opiate substance, his cells are protected with Naltrexone and do not come into contact with drugs. Then dependency will not occur.
Another application of Naltrexone is an urgent, immediate help during opiates or opioids overdose. In a situation where life is in danger, where there is a threat of respiratory arrest, a patient is immediately given an antagonist of opioid receptors, which rapidly returns the patient to normal functioning.
The next application of Naltrexone are different methods of rapid opiate detoxification. Antagonists are generally applied during the process of cleansing the body from drugs. Naltrexone is often used. Thanks to its use, the "reuptake" of opioid molecules that are absorbed by receptors of the small intestine is prevented during the opioid detoxification.
The next application of Naltrexone is achieving remission. After cleansing the body from heroin, methadone or other opiates, a psychological syndrome usually appears, an obsessive-compulsive urge, cravings for drugs: insomnia, irritability, mood swings, loss of appetite and sometimes depression. The most important thing is that when the organism is clean and when every patient subconsciously thinks that drug may act differently and much stronger than before, it is harder for man to comply the rules of remission. Thanks to the induction of Naltrexone, patients' opioid receptors are blocked and protected. It is natural that memory, desire and cravings for the drug is reduced and man is much more peaceful. Many are saying literally, "The weight off my shoulders is now dropped, now I can sleep peacefully, I am protected." At the start and the most difficult stage of remission, the Naltrexone protection is the most important and very helpful.
The next application of Naltrexone is the establishment of a solid, long-term remission and continuation of the same. Naltrexone can be used safely as long as necessary.The Naltrexone protection is usually recommended for at least 12 months, but it can take longer. When the patient is focused on the long-term Naltrexone protection, he sees his future more calmly and with more optimism, he passes the period of rehabilitation much easier and he realizes better his rehabilitation potential and psychological and spiritual possibilities.
Finally, it is always possible to return to Naltrexone for 3 and 4 years, whenever the need arises. If it comes to a suspicious situations, risky acquaintances, some provocation or sudden appearance of the memories of the past related to drugs, the Naltrexone blockage still can be renewed.