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You may benefit from MAT medication if you have the following treatment goals: Campral, Antabuse, and Vivitrol are the most common MAT medications used in the treatment of alcohol use disorder. Campral, the brand name for acamprosate, can be used to reduce cravings and symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.What is the best treatment for alcohol abuse?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved three medications for treating alcohol dependence, and others are being tested to determine whether they are effective. Naltrexone can help people reduce heavy drinking. Acamprosate makes it easier to maintain abstinence.How do you treat alcohol use disorder?
Alcohol Use Disorder Medications. Acamprosate, disulfiram, and naltrexone are the most common medications used to treat alcohol use disorder. They do not provide a cure for the disorder, but are most effective in people who participate in a MAT program. Learn more about the impact of alcohol misuse.