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Ketamine Was Associated with More Days of Abstinence from Alcohol at 6-months

Ketamine is proving to be a helpful tool for various mental illnesses including alcoholism.

In this clinical trial, patients who were treated with three weekly ketamine treatments had significantly more days abstinent from alcohol compared to the placebo group at six-month follow-up. This trial compared results between patients who receive ketamine to those who simply received education about alcohol abstinence. The treatment group with ketamine administration had more alcohol abstinence. New science continues to show promising effects from ketamine, and this should be a source of hope for those struggling with addiction and alcohol abuse.

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