Revia is effective if the intake of Revia is adjacent to the attending of behavior adjustment medical programs a patient can start using this product only after he or she finishes the needed detoxification routines.
Revia is prescribed to help patients who had been addicted to opiates maintain a medication-free clinical state.
The use of Revia can also prove very useful in the therapy of alcoholism.
Revia is prescribed to treat alcohol dependence and narcotic addiction. Revia is not a cure. You must be ready to make a change and be willing to undertake a comprehensive treatment program that includes professional counseling, support groups, and close medical supervision.
Revia side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Nausea And/Or Vomiting;
- Low Energy;
- Joint And Muscle Pain;
- Difficulty Sleeping;
- Abdominal Pain/Cramps;
The usual starting dose is 50 mg once a day.
The usual starting dose is 25 mg once a day. If no withdrawal symptoms occur, the doctor may increase the dosage to 50 mg a day.