NALTREXONE AND CRAVINGS
Naltrexone is not a cure nor therapy for the treatment of psychological drug addiction. Naltrexone is not a sedative or tranquilizer, nor neuroleptic medicine nor antidepressant. However, Naltrexone has a significant role in the treatment of cravings for opiates (for cocaine and alcohol at some degree as well).
The point is that when the opioid receptors are certainly blocked and well guarded by a powerful guard called Naltrexone, a person becomes more sure of himself. They are more peaceful and it is much easier for them to face the reality of this complicated world. They experience accidental encounters with drug addicts or drug dealers far easier as well as some other moments that might remind them of their drugs related past.
Thus, when a person has the Naltrexone protection in their body, they are much less concerned regarding their future. They experience less cravings, the need and desire for taking drugs. Night's sleep is much better, as well as appetite and mood. Depression occurs far less and anxiety, nervousness and aggressiveness are much less frequent. Relationship with the loved ones, work relations and so on become more convivial. Communication, openness, interest and even infatuation improves. A person becomes more sincere and more emotional when their mind is freed of negative thoughts of the past filled with addiction.