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  • Scott Harrington

    Sales pitch. Typical of California mentality. Just take a pill and bam. It's done. TSM. Total sales Marketing. Lol 12 steps and AA works !

  • Tom Swinburn

    Great talk. It begs the question if the same treatment will work for eating disorders? Other drug disorders? Smoking? If type 2 diabetics could get OFF carbohydrates and sugars the improvement in their health would be phenomenal. Does this "treatment" have the potential that I see? Or is it strictly for folks with alcohol addiction?

  • Jayden Li

    I’ve a question for alcoholics. Once you become an alcoholic, can you ever become a social drinker again after beating your addiction? Or will an alcoholic drink always cause relapse no matter how much time has passed?

  • getredytagetredy

    You will always be an alcoholic…One in recovery…but an alcoholic.,..while you think your overcoming alcoholism, your disease is out there doing pushups…

  • Carnage Dogg

    ive given up alcohol temporarily because of home detention and if i get a corrections visit at any time and get positively breath tested i go to Yatala maximum security prison for half a year .I am truly an inspiration.

  • Hien Nguyen

    Yes that is so true. It's too much. I have to watch this because my ex is dealing with drinking too much. i pray for his peace

  • Hien Nguyen

    There are many roots as to why people drink, and therapy is good to get out how you. I am worried about him because as much as i want him to get help. He doesn't know want to get help. Broken families is the right word for what he goes through, and it saddens me how he controls his life through drinking.

  • Richard Clark

    I only drink on Thursdays or Fridays. I never drink any other day. But when I drink, I DRINK. Am I an alchy? Please, I'm a vet and am curious. Everyone else tells me I am a drunk. When I DRINK, I put down a 12 pack.

  • Don Diego Vega

    She is very interesting looking. She has her own unique look. Shes pretty. She’s got a great speaking voice, too. Hollywood needs to hire her again.

  • peterc

    Better to feel comfortable with the word "alcoholism" and to come to terms with it. And then people can move forward.

  • Prkrtr

    TL;DR- Naltrexone 50 mg, 1 pill, 1 hour before drinking. And Naltrexone only when you expect to drink, at least one hour before.

    This is miracle which arrived in my youtube timeline and changed my relationship with alcohol. Alcohol is no longer the master, I am.

  • Kevin Ramsey

    way safer to see recovery as a reprieve. I'm 21 yrs sober and if I reignited that addiction I would find that I overcame nothing. My mind and body are still that of an alcoholic.

  • Monitor Oxford House

    ONCE AN ALCOHOLIC ALWAYS AN ALCOHOLIC. THE BIG BOOK OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS EXPLAINS THE DISEASE IN FULL. AUD ? WHAT EVER ITS ALCOHOLISM..IT IS ADDICTION…AND HOLLYWOOD GLAMOURIZES IT AND ENCOURAGES IT… REHAB. IS NOT A SOLUTION, THERAPY CANNOT CURE YOU, 12 STEPS AND GOD AND A HIGHER POWER AND WORKING THE STEPS, WORKS… CALLING YOUR ALCOHOLISM AUD….. IS JUST A WAY TO TRY TO MAKE YOU SEEM DIFFERENT OR UNIQUE…. ADDICTION AND ALCOHOLISM ARE TERMS ALL KNOW AND UNDERSTAND WELL. JAILS, INSTITUTIONS, DEATH, OR RECOVERY ARE YOUR ONLY OPTIONS…. GOOD LUCK..

  • 1234 5678

    I hate how people try to frame alcohol as if it’s not a drug. It’s a dopaminergic gaba agonist with high abuse potential, neurotoxicity at high doses, and a severe withdrawal. People need to be aware that it’s a dangerous substance.

  • Majed Al Shahrani

    I complete 30 days sober since 10 years I have not attained it and one of the cause is this clip !! I am inspired by this woman!! thanks

  • Gena Helstad

    I don't seek treatment because I have no health insurance or money to pay for the extra fees if I did had health insurance.

  • Dave C.

    It is not a good idea to look at addicts in your family. You just assume you have a natural predisposition to drinking and use it as an excuse to be a drunk. We all have the power to stop. Surround yourself with great people and stay busy and you can't be a drunk all the time.

  • SilentDiablo

    Has anybody else tried this drug and how was your experience? I'm trying to help someone close to me through their addiction and it's a nightmare. She's going to kill herself on an OD. She's now turned to using every hardcore street drug available and has died from fentanyl OD twice now. She cries every day wanting to stop but says she's can't. She'll do whatever someone gives her and all of it. It's so sad.

  • Christopher Cable-Cheval

    No gods needed… I've been sober for over 3 decades… didn't do it alone and anyone ready to let go of the addiction monster, take what ever path calls to you down deep.

  • Rust Belt Auto

    Addiction is a part of the human experience. When you take a drug, you own it. It is yours. This drug does not cure. It replaces one for the other. The roots of chronic addiction happen with repetitive behavior, and the addition of one, or all three types of abuse, neglect, and abandonment. She is obviously a victim of neglect. The repetitive nature of her rock, and roll lifestyle keeps her from understanding the important things in life that can fill that void within her soul that makes her want to fill it up with alcohol. She believes she has it all, and can buy whatever she needs. That's not life. That's a path to chronic addiction. When you give up the things in your life that you believe were important, and move on to other things, you will feel horrible. You will feel like a part of you died, and you killed the things you love. That is the path of redemption. Then you will be free. This drug is not freedom. It is system of control. Fill the void with something constructive. Enlighten yourself. You cannot throw money at it. If you are addicted, go die. I did it, and I'm still here. Free.

  • Josh H

    From this I can only gather, she isn’t a “real alcoholic.” She is a “problem drinker.”

    When a real alcoholic tries to stop drinking their problems become worse. In spite of their problems piling up – they are not able to quit of their own volition for any considerable period of time.

    To those “real alcoholics” out there…different scales exist. This is just one of many different experiences.

    Drinking wasn’t my problem—it was my solution.

  • mish izzzle

    Im a binge drinker. And lately time of day doesn't matter. I notice that I can't attend events or anything sober. I'm a great mother and my oldest is starting to recognize my problem. I need to stop before I lose years with my children. Hopefully watching these videos and listening to others stories inspire me enough. Day 1.

  • Todd Lavigne

    The real story here is there are a tons of assholes capitalizing on this deadly problem that have no idea what they are doing. Impossible to quit when you're an addict but your life is still pretty good. Addiction is sadly a for profit industry.

  • Scott Sawyer

    I have always said what ever works for you is great. I'm 10 years sober and owe it to alcoholics annonymis and God.

  • ken kubaska

    Glad it worked for you. I continued to drink on naltrexone, just drank more till I was drunk. AA works. I went to many rehabs, jail, two DUI, Baker Act and more. All programs I was in said to go to AA. I will investigate this Sinclair method

  • tns pyer

    Very good..alcohol is a horrid disease… in lots of ways does more harm than smoking… i feel utterly delighted not to have had a drop for 2.5 years..up to that point i had seriously cut down ..it worked for me…good luck everyone on your journey…u CAN do itx

  • MrGreeneyedcat

    Claudia Christian Not only orchestrates verbaly the inate corruption of alcohol addiction, speaking with a personal level of AUD, but puts together the gig-saw puzzle of alcoholism in a brief coloqual understanding of how the real world and mind of an alcoholic functions, then delivering a simplistic resolution of drinking to a reduced state causing "extinction" of the want or need to be inebriated, a behavior that is "unlearnt with love and encouragement, is far more sussesful than the archaic way of thinking abstinance will support long term AUD. naltrexone nullifies the brains ability to potentialy ever use again in an abusive way natrualy. Science is now recognised, like in any disease and a genuine cure is uniquely on the market, Roy escapra & Dr Sinclair, just shuffled there way to find this extinction method, claudia christian and many other advocates are pure angels, with way higher qualifications than advocating AUD, but seem to redirect there lives journey into saving others from a fate of a slow alcoholic death, there's a special place in heaven for these people's sacrifice.

    Just a thought greeneyedcat.

  • Vlodec

    I gave up for four years once; then Christmas came around and someone said "Go on, have a drink, it'll be ok". Never, never, never have that drink. It WON'T be ok.

  • louis august

    I'm thinking the alcoholic would not take the "blocker" for long because it's the feel good affect they desire from alcohol. AA does not require that I buy anything to stay sober. Quick fixes don't work. This method seems to be like Russian roulette, oh didn't get drunk this time

  • rob kenny

    I have heard it's possible to get this medication without prescription from Indian pharmacies (to U.K.). Is this true? Thanks.

  • jllly Ky

    Both my grandfathers were alcoholics, I'm 24 almost 25.. I really messed up. I really hope to be clean by my 25th birthday..

  • Gmail Gmail

    İ'm not an alcoholic. İ only drink when i go out. And the next day i feel very sick. People who are addicted to alcohol and consume large amounts every day, does your body adapt to it or do you also feel sick every day?

  • Robert Seymour

    Although I can appreciate her story, her journey, and recovery, I believe an addicts desire to change their life's course is when recovery begins. I am the husband of an alcoholic who has tried everything including the treatment in this video. My wife is currently in treatment for the third time and this time there is more traction. She is doing better in the current treatment facility because she was on the verge of losing everything if she doesn't quit. She keeps reminding herself that her family is more important than alcohol. My conclusion which applies to every person regarding everything is that the mind is the most powerful tool God gave us. If you set your mind to achieve something and take any steps towards doing so, anything is possible. I wish the best to all addicts and their journey to recovery.

  • wisegeorge365

    Three years ago I quit drinking after forty five years of heavy drinking. I went from spending six hundred a month at the liquor store and now I spend nothing there. I still don't know why or how I did it because it just happened. Cannabis was key even though I had always smoked it while I was drinking. Without the booze the pain went away, the GERD went away, the edema went away, the vomiting stopped and my lungs cleared up. I have not been sick for one day since I quit and I weigh forty pounds less. I never even missed it and I always thought I couldn't live without it. Who would have thought?

  • giggleweed

    Naltrexone wasn’t for me… thought to be fair, I didn’t continue it after a week. I have never been the type to fall asleep while I was doing something, but it did that for me. Just nodding off after sitting for a couple minutes. That scared me a lot. And I didn’t really find it curb my cravings, or lessen the effects of drinking. 1 week only though, maybe it would have worked if I were on it longer.

  • Freetekno

    Looks like you're trying just to sell us that pills…and you're full of money, but lot of people can't afford 30'000 dollars for some tedox. You ever thought about it?

  • jack burton

    i only got a little over 2 years and i don't care what you call the pill i aint taking nothing with the gamble that i can relapse without relasping???? good luck to y'all, if you STOP putting it in you it cant rule you anymore.

  • DayByDay

    "78% less alcohol addicted people", "78% less broken families, 78% less abused children, lost days of work, insurance cost, accidents…" – Many thanks for labeling us, grouping us all together and passing judgement, as if all alcohol abusers beat their children, skip work constantly and break their families or cause accidents. I thank you for story and commend you on your effort to help people, albeit that I will never support the use of medication to reach or maintain sobriety, unless it is in a rehab or detox facility. But unfortunately you have taken the easy route out, you are now technically reliant on medication to keep you sober…you have not developed the mental abilities to be able to conquer alcohol abuse yourself, and when you relapse, you will turn back to the medication…reliance. Only an alcoholic will pass judgment from the gutter, and this you have done, pretending to me on a pedestal and better than the people with this affliction that you yourself are part of – you said it, we have this for life!. I wish sobriety on you for the rest of your days, I just wish that you could be a little more humble – I don't feel that you'll be able to keep this up in the long term and I am personally struggling to relate to you, but that is just me – what do I know? Godspeed, and good luck!

  • Donna Stephens

    Please this woman is a charlatan you drink more because your brain is reacting to the alcohol no buzz no point the buzz causes what they call the taste

  • Jerry Wault

    You take this Serrapeptase 250000 I.U along with Nattokinase 200 F.U. twice a day in the morning and at night and you will be off drinking. Everything else is bogus. No withdrawal symptoms nothing. IT WORKS!!!!

  • Josua Lalnunkima

    When i stop drinking automatically, cant sleep at night sweating in my body, sometime i heard voice in my head, hard to eat food, if i dont eat food for long time and i i dont sleep well, i used to fall on ground, unconsious for less than 1 minute , so now a how i stop drinking isi used ka dosage and after that i can adjust

  • Martin Ariza

    Don't agree with this. Cold turkey is not overcoming alcohol. Metal health is key. This speaker can't convince me that her mental health was always good. I'm able to drink, enjoy it, and walk away.

  • Jason R.

    These videos are so helpful along with many others online that are very helpful, even for extreme alcolocs like myself. I have been sober almost 15 weeks after hitting complete rock bottom. Inever thought I could get this far, but I feel like a completely different person. It's amazing! It is still challenging at times, I wont lie about that. Trust me , if I could get this far after drinking constantly, I pray anyone going through the same situation has the strength and support out there to conquer this horrible disease. Rem ember, take one day at a time, AA, find a new hobby, friends, etc._.Try to avoid being bored and avoid old habits. Going to the gym constantly when I crave alcohol and talking to God, Jesus and my Guardian Angels has answered so many of my prayers and helped me get this far. I sincerely pray for anyone going through addiction. Its awful, but remember you are not alone. God bless everyone!

  • AMG Bretheren

    I want this to be true. But I’ve noticed throughout life that if something is as easy as taking a pill to cure your issue, it’s too good to be true. Meaning where one thing is fixed another thing goes wrong.
    Any side effects?
    Is it truly the answer?

    I need help.

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