The Sinclair Method | The Sinclair Method Guide
An introduction to the 5 steps of the Sinclair Method from the book "the Cure For Alcoholism" by Dr Roy Eskapa.
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The Sinclair Method Guide

FIVE STEPS TO SUCCESS.

This section is taken from “The Cure For Alcoholism” by Dr Roy Eskapa.

FIVE STEPS TO SUCCESS

Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity

— SENECA (MID-FIRST-CENTURY A.D. ROMAN PHILOSOPHER)

We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.

— ALBERT EINSTEIN

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The Five Steps presented in this chapter equip you with a blueprint to break free of compulsive drinking.  Curing your addiction and regaining control over alcohol is not complicated.  It does not require abstinence.  But it does require meticulous preparation before, during and after treatment.  The Five Steps do not demand complex psychosocial therapy or an examination of your past to find our why you lost control over alcohol.  Unlike standard rehab treatments, there is no insistence on intensive psychotherapy, the trauma of inpatient detoxification programs, withdrawal, or white-knuckling it through arduous abstinence for the rest of your life.  The Five Steps guide you through the de-addiction process:

  • STEP ONE – Understand and think about addiction in an entirely new way.
  • STEP TWO – Check the severity of the problem and find out if you need help.
  • STEP THREE – Work with your doctor to obtain a prescription for naltrexone or nalmefene (selincro).
  • STEP FOUR – Learn about alcoholic beverage measures and keep a record of your drinking and craving as you begin your journey through de-addiction.  Now you are taking naltrexone or nalmefene before drinking alcohol.  You become de-addicted – your craving and drinking levels decline gradually.
  • STEP FIVE – After three to four months – in some cases up to six months – you will be cured.  Now your goal is to stay cured once you have completed the program.

(Please note – throughout this section there will be numerous references to the medically proven fact that without the continued consumption of alcohol together with naltrexone, or nalmefene, there can be no de-addiction.  This is because the use of alcohol to combat alcoholism is so revolutionary.  Please refer to www.TheCureForAlcoholism.com for updates and information support online.)

CONTENT IS INFORMATION ONLY AND NOT ADVICE

Legal Disclaimer Notice: The rules for obtaining opioid antagonist tablets such as Naltrexone vary in different parts of the world so always consult your Doctor. Some countries require a prescription while in others the medication can simply be purchased over the counter in a Pharmacy. There are often different terms used when this solution is used as treatment. For example although not generally referred to as the Sinclair Method, the method has now been approved for use with nalmefene (Selincro®) in all of the European Union member states. There are many different methods to help somebody stop abusing alcohol and your Doctor may advise you that an alternative method would be more suitable in your case.

The information provided on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging. You should not use the information on this site for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a healthcare professional before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem. You should not stop taking any medication without first consulting your physician.