There are 15 Medications that may be used to treat alcohol-related disorders.
Disulfiram may help prevent alcohol-related disorders (NIH).
There are 7 Medications that should be avoided if you have alcohol-related disorders. If you have alcohol-related disorders and are taking one of these medications, speak to your healthcare professional.
Chlordiazepoxide is classified as a Benzodiazepine. Chlordiazepoxide, more commonly known as the brands Librax and Limbitrol, may be used to treat Alcohol-Related Disorders.
Citalopram is classified as a Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor. Citalopram is more commonly known as the brand Celexa.
Clonidine is classified as a Central alpha-2 Adrenergic Agonist. Clonidine is included in 8 brands sold in the US including Catapres, Catapres-TTS-1 and Catapres-TTS-2
Clorazepate is more commonly known as the brand Tranxene.
Diazepam is classified as a Benzodiazepine. Diazepam, more commonly known as the brands Diastat and Valium, may be used to treat Alcohol-Related Disorders.
Disulfiram is classified as an Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Inhibitor. Disulfiram is more commonly known as the brand Antabuse.
Hydroxocobalamin is classified as an Antidote. Hydroxocobalamin is more commonly known as the brand Cyanokit.
Naltrexone is classified as an Opioid Antagonist. Naltrexone is included in 5 brands sold in the US including Contrave, Embeda and ReVia
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Methotrexate is classified as a Folate Analog Metabolic Inhibitor. Methotrexate is included in 4 brands sold in the US including Otrexup, Rasuvo and Rheumatrex
Procarbazine is classified as an Alkylating Drug. Procarbazine is more commonly known as the brand Matulane.
Warfarin is classified as a Vitamin K Antagonist. Warfarin, known by the brand names Coumadin and Jantoven, should be avoided or used under the guidance of a physician for individuals with Alcohol-Related Disorders.