My YouTube Video on the Subject of Trigger Immunity with The Sinclair Method

As I mentioned in a previous post (see HERE), I’d been thinking of experimenting with YouTube for some time, given that despite the fact that about a third of the world’s internet traffic goes through that site only 9% of businesses use it, I reasoned that it would be a crime not to have a go – especially since it could potentially seriously improve the stats for my site.

Hence my first attempt with the video below on the subject of my newfound immunity to triggers thanks to The Sinclair Method.

…What do I think of it?

I think it’s okaaaay-ish. Took long enough to upload. I still hate my accent and the flat, Aspie-ish cadence of my voice, but I think it’s fine for a first effort… I like the fact that it’s not scripted and I’m just keeping it real, being myself…. it’s not a fucking infomermical, in other words.

I must say, the camera on my Samsung S7 Edge phone is actually quite impressive for recording videos. It gives a really good picture.

As for follow-up videos, I’d quite like to do one on Alcoholics Anonymous and my obsessively nerdy interest in Bill W’s niacin fixation, as well as his desire to “find a methadone for alcoholism” (something which I’ve previously discussed HERE).

That and I’d like to do a series of interviews using the recorder function on Google Hangouts – the first of which will hopefully be with the British independent alcohol treatment provider, Paul Turner.

If anybody has any ideas for future videos that they’d like offer then I’m all ears. I’d love to hear from you.

Author: Gary Bell

Gary Bell is a writer, illustrator and teacher based in Hartlepool in the north east of England. The Sinclair Method (a revolutionary pharmacological treatment for alcohol addiction) saved his life over 5 years ago.

4 thoughts on “My YouTube Video on the Subject of Trigger Immunity with The Sinclair Method”

    1. Cheers for the kind words. This little YouTube experiment has been a fun one. I definitely intend to record some more, though I think audio podcasts as opposed to YouTube videos might be a better route to go when interviewing some people in order to preserve their anonymity (after all, it’s easy to forget that not everyone is as “out” as I am). I also want to have more humour on my website… just because I think the site should really reflect my personality… and I am someone who does have quite a silly side at times.

  1. Thank you for sharing your story. I am very interested in this method. Can you explain more about it? Do you have to take the medication for ever or just when you think you may drink?

    1. Hi Jennifer,

      It’s nice to hear from you.

      The Sinclair Method is a process of activating the nervous system’s own ‘delete button’ using opioid antagonist medication such as naltrexone or nalmefene in order to unlearn addictive behaviours. The formula for success is one pill one hour before you drink – you don’t take it on days that you don’t drink.

      I haven’t taken naltrexone in nearly a couple of years because I choose to be abstinent.

      The best source of information on The Sinclair Method is the book The Cure for Alcoholism by Roy Eskapa, available at Amazon here:

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