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Below is a list of useful resources concerning alcohol consumption. Some of the Patient articles are also linked on every discussion page under Related information in the right sidebar.

Patient leaflet on Alcoholism and Problem Drinking:

This includes a Related tab with many more articles on the subject:

PatientPlus article on Alcohol Problems written for doctors which also has a related tab for more info:

Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) calculator:

CAGE Questionnaire

The Sinclair Method (TSM)

C3 Foundation Europe website to raise awareness and advise on the Sinclair method for treating alcoholism using naltrexone or nalmefene (Selincro):


Alcohol units and calories calculator from drinkaware:

Medicine leaflets related to alcohol which include links at the bottom to manufacturers' PILs for more detailed info:

Videos on Patient about alcohol:

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    Hi Emis, 

    I have just published what I believe is the first comprehensive book about government-approved medications that have been shown in scientific research to help alcoholics reduce drinking, manage cravings and lengthen abstinence (if that's the goal they choose). The book is called 'A Prescription for Alcoholics - Medications for Alcoholism' and is available around the world on Amazon by searching for the full title. 

    As I'm writing this post today, the book only available in kindle (but you don't need a kindle device to read it - the kindle app is free for smart phones and computer - just google it). It will be released in paperback shortly though. 

    The book provides highlights of 300+ scientific studies on nearly 14 major medications and dozens of other medications shown in research to help alcoholics. It provides extensive detail on naltrexone, nalmefene, baclofen, acamprosate, gabapentin, topiramate, and many others. There is a lot of other information in the book too, such as how to start your medication journey, and the development of alcoholism in the brain (from a scientific research perspective). 

    I hope this information helps anyone who is either considering taking medication for alcoholism, or has already begun and would like additional information to support them in their journey.  Thanks kindly, 


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    Thank you for sharing these. I found few are really helpful links. For drug addiction, my younger brother’s treatment is going on from there and also found un-expected recovery because of efficient doctors there. Hope doctors can save the lives of some other needy ones.

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