TSM Drink Log: Android App Download

How can you “drink responsibly” if you don’t know how much alcohol you are really drinking? Warnings about harmful alcohol use typically use “standard units.” That can be confusing to most people, who are not going to take the time to convert alcohol by volume (ABV%) and ounces or milliliters into these standard units. Track…
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Drink Yourself Sober

A guest post written by Patrick McNichol (used with permission) 88,000. That’s equivalent to twenty-nine 9/11 terrorist attacks. It’s about one person in the Buffalo Metro every day. This is how many people die as a result of Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) in the US each year, according to the National Institute of Alcoholism and…
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A Questionable Double Standard

Note: This article is not meant to debate the issue of whether or not an individual of any age should or should not get an annual flu vaccine. The sole intention is to bring attention to a clear double standard that exists. Personal medical decisions are between you and your doctor. It can be frustrating…
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Drink Reduction Over Time

The C Three Foundation conducted a random, anonymous survey of 100 people using the Sinclair Method (TSM). People were invited to participate through email, social media, and the Options Save Lives forum. While we will unveil all of the results and insights on June 12, 2017 to celebrate four years of helping people achieve lasting…
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In search of doctors…

In spite of our recent success in dramatically expanding the number of Verified TSM Professionals that we have listed on our Find a Physician page, there is still much work to be done. This week, we’ve had 2 medical professionals tell us they are treating people who travel from out of state to see them.…
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Where are the lists of doctors who prescribe time-release naltrexone?

One of the most frequent questions we hear concerns the differences between oral naltrexone used for the Sinclair Method and the time release injection and implant. The best people to talk to about the specifics of prescription medications are 1) your doctor and/or 2) a pharmacist. Speaking of doctors, we also get requests for doctors…
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The Sinclair Method (TSM) is a process

It seems that almost every single day we hear some variation of the same question that ends like this—“Does this mean the Sinclair Method (TSM) isn’t working for me?” The question typically follows a short explanation that follows a standard pattern: I’ve recently started TSM. It’s been (insert range of time between a day and…
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