Nodict (Naltrexone) Tablets
Nodict 50mg Tablet is used in the treatment of opioid dependence and alcohol addiction. It works by blocking the euphoric feelings (highs) that Some people may experience after taking opiates and alcohol. This reduces the craving and helps you stay away from them.
Nodict 50mg Tablet may be taken with or without food. Take it regularly at a fixed time each day to get the maximum benefit of the medicine. Continue taking the medicine for as long as the doctor has prescribed it. DO not stop taking the medicine until you have finished the full course.
Common side effects of this medicine include nausea, vomiting, headache, nervousness, anxiety, sleep disorders, restlessness, abdominal pain, joint pain, muscle pain, and weakness. Do not drive or operate machinery after taking the medicine as you may feel dizzy or tired.
Here are some questions from poeple nowadays and also some information related to it. Read Further about what people thinks on smoking.
Q. Is smoking good for stress? Why?
A. No, smoking does not help you relax.
What it does is, once you are hooked, it makes you nervous when you can’t smoke. And that creates the illusion that smoking helps you relax when you get your hands on a cigarette, while it actually does the opposite.
I am a former smoker. I had smoked for ten years before I quit. And I have never been so relaxed as I am right now.
Q. What is your review of Cigarette Smoking?
A1. It’s a nasty, dangerous habit, and I feel sorry for anyone who is addicted to tobacco of any kind. It’s possible to kick the habit, but it’s tough.
A2. I think it’s a disgusting habit.
A3. Though many people enjoy doing it, I would definitely recommend not doing it because after you get into the addiction, I have seen very few people who were able to quit it.
A4. They’re absolutely disgusting. Other than residents of a seniors’ home who are too old and set in their ways, no one has the slightest excuse for smoking.
A5. It’s very pleasent and very unhealthy.
A6. I smoked cigarettes for 40 years & gave it up 12 years ago, I had my lungs checked out as part of a hospital survey of former smokers & they were clear so I counted myself lucky, a close friend died from COPD due to smoking. Since quitting I can’t bear to be anywhere near anyone who is smoking, I hate it. Smoking is a very stupid & dangerous pastime it eventually kills people.
A7. I smoked for almost ten years. I started with my then best friend, just to try it out, when I was a teen, but I really got addicted by myself, when I made a habit of going for a walk outside to smoke, given that I never disclosed it to my family. I can’t say it felt good, but it never really felt bad, I suppose.
Every cigarette was a time of silence, a reward after all kinds of upset, a chance to share a moment with someone, be it a friend, a stranger or a lover. There is a surprising sense of connection between two smokers, for reasons I never really understood. In the worst days, I remember thinking that at least I had cigarettes to pick myself up. It’s not like they magically relieved anger, sadness or even hunger, but I think I associated smoking with relax and fulfillment.
It was an addiction, so it wasn’t rational, as I’m sure it isn’t for any smoker anywhere. There are tons of rationalizations that I’ve made so many times, and many more that I can imagine that could sound even plausible. The truth is, however, there isn’t a rational response to this question, nor an universal one. People choose to do things that harm them all the time and, even if they think they know why, when they look back they can’t explain it.
I have now completely stopped smoking and this time I know why. I know that I don’t want to smoke anymore because I don’t like being dependent on cigarettes, I don’t like how my body reacts to smoking, I don’t like how easily my judgement can be clouded by withdrawal, and I consider quitting a good exercise on discipline, which I’ve come to realise is more conducive to well-being than momentary bouts of pleasure are.