Sounds Like: cam.pruhl
Classification: detoxification agentGABA
Controlled Substance Act Schedule: RX only
Other names for Campral
You cannot abuse Campral, be brand name for acamprosate. There are no addiction risks with it, as it’s used for treating alcohol addiction or benzodiazepine use disorder. The drug helps relax patients experiencing alcohol withdrawal symptoms and can reduce anxiety. Many believe that acamprosate works by decreasing cravings and urges to use alcohol by helping them control urges to drink. The medication will not actually lesson symptoms of withdrawal.
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Campral is a pill developed for treating alcohol cravings. Landmark Recovery uses Campral when prescribed by one of our medical professionals to patients during treatment.
Incredibly effective at accomplishing the task it was developed for, Campral is normally taken three times daily, two 333 mg pills at a time. You can take it with or without meals, but it may be more effective when taken in conjunction with a regular meal schedule.
Campral shows no signs of being addictive.
Campral or acamprosate, was approved by the FDA in 2004 to treat alcohol use disorder. Studies show that taking Camprol increases the success rates for long-term recovery.
Campral is typically taken three times a day, or as prescribed by a doctor.
More than 1.5 million people used Campral as part of treatment of alcohol addiction.