NALTREXONE RISKS AND DANGERS
When Naltrexone may be dangerous?
In many world countries, particularly in Australia, sometimes are talking and writing about death incidents during Naltrexone protection. It is necessary to understand clearly: Naltrexone does not kill, but heroin does, if man persistently tries to use drugs over Naltrexone blocker.
If you are taking Naltrexone, you cannot get high from other opioids because the medication blocks the effects. Sometimes people take large amounts of opioids to try to overcome this block. Do NOT do this! It is VERY dangerous and can cause overdose or death.
Check the video's on the internet, on youtube, and be sure to check the publications of these fatalities before deciding to start with Naltrexone therapy. Naltrexone blockade should not be given to those who struggle against Naltrexone implant as it may be dangerous. Such people must refrain from Naltrexone therapy, because it requires responsibility and thoughtfulness of the patient. Ex heroin users who have confirmed their consent, with a 100% informed understanding of the Naltrexone treatment, and who have seriously and thoughtfully chosen abstinence by using Naltrexone, deserve to be kindly and seriously treated by medical doctors.
Naltrexone is used as part of medically supervised behavior modification programs in order to maintain a patient previously addicted to opiates in an opiate-free state following successful opiate detoxification. Naltrexone is also used in the management of alcohol dependence and abstinence in combination with medically supervised behavior modification programs.