How Medications Help Reduce Alcohol Cravings - Interview with a Medical Expert

Episode 2 March 17, 2021 00:41:42
How Medications Help Reduce Alcohol Cravings - Interview with a Medical Expert
Alcohol Tipping Point
How Medications Help Reduce Alcohol Cravings - Interview with a Medical Expert

Mar 17 2021 | 00:41:42

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Hosted By

Deb Masner

Show Notes

In this episode of Alcohol Tipping Point, Debbie interviews Shawna Kuehne, a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP). They discuss the role of PMHNP in the treatment of alcohol use. Shawna reviews three medications typically prescribed to reduce alcohol use- Naltrexone, Campral, and Antabuse. She answers what these meds are, how they work, and who they might be useful for. 

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