What We Offer
We don’t offer an alternative to AA or alcohol abuse centres which can both work very well alongside an Antabuse implant. We offer what we consider a viable crutch to help get you back on the right path to an alcohol free life.
So what is an Antabuse implant?
Antabuse (Disulfiram) is a common anti-alcohol drug that is used in the UK and United States. It is effective and if you are seeking a version of the drug that is implanted and that works non-stop for 12 months, then you can go and visit our very modern clinic in Eastern Europe.
Antabuse is the brand name of the prescription drug Disulfiram, which is used to treat chronic alcoholism.
The medicine blocks an enzyme involved in metabolising alcohol.
Antabuse causes unpleasant symptoms when even small amounts of alcohol are consumed. People should be made aware of this when they are prescribed Antabuse.
These effects typically begin about 10 minutes after alcohol enters the body, and they last for about an hour.
Antabuse is meant to be used in combination with other forms of therapy, including behaviour modification, counselling, and psychotherapy.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first approved Antabuse in 1951. It’s currently manufactured (as generic disulfiram) by Teva Pharmaceuticals.