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Naltrexone is highly effective in the treatment of cigarette smoking. The way it works is by blocking nicotine receptors in the brain and brainstem where nicotine binds to have its effect. When the receptor is blocked by Naltrexone it loses its function becoming unable to send out messages of craving and desire for nicotine.
The nicotine molecules cannot bind to the appropriate receptors if they are blocked by Naltrexone, when cigarettes are smoked. This prevents any pleasure from smoking and blocks the feeling of reward after a cigarette. Patients with heavy smoking habits (60+ cigarettes per day) have quitted smoking within a couple of days. Please also see testimonials.
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