Treating Alcohol Addiction: Dopamine Stabilizer OSU6161

Battling Alcohol Addiction With New Drug

Alcohol addiction is an addiction that many people battle every day. This disease has a history of ruining families and there is no end to the destruction. Battling any kind addiction is a difficult challenge, but many alcoholics have been aided with the help of medications. There are a few medications approved by the government to help battle alcohol addiction, but the results vary from person to person. However, a team of researchers believes they may be close to finding a rug that will have astonishing results in battling alcoholism.

Two different studies have been conducted in Sweden using the dopamine stabilizer OSU6162. The results of the studies show that the dopamine can in fact reduce the cravings of alcohol. These studies were tested on lab rats, but researchers believe that the results can carry over to humans, in the near future.

Dr. Pia Steensland

Dr. Pia Steensland

There is still a long way to go before this medication can be marketed, but the results of the tests are very promising. Promising enough for these talented researchers to continue their studies and work on developing these new medications that could potentially save alcoholics that are on the verge of destruction.

Millions of people drink so much alcohol that they risk damaging their liver and even vitality. It has been estimated that there are over 300,000 alcoholics living among us in today’s society. While there are several medications available to treat this addiction and the effects will vary from person to person. It is needless to say that the hunt for a more effective drug is imperative. It is also believed that this dopamine stabilizer, OSU6162 may be the answer that everyone is waiting for.

This clinical study was published in The Journal of the European College of Neuropsychopharacology, so be sure to check out their website for more information pertaining to this study.