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Alcohol Use Disorder Clinical Trials

A listing of Alcohol Use Disorder medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (90) clinical trials

W-SUDs for COVID-19

The purpose of this study is to test the efficacy of a substance use disorder intervention delivered via a mobile application in an adult population during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study that will test the comparative efficacy of the mobile-app based substance use disorder program to reduce substance use relative …

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Does a Ketogenic Dietary Supplement Reduce Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms in Humans?

Neuroimaging studies have shown that acute alcohol administration decreases glucose metabolism in the human brain, which was initially thought to reflect decreased brain function. However, subsequent studies showed that even low doses of alcohol, with minimal behavioral effects, also decreased baseline brain glucose metabolism and further. This led to the …

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Brain Inflammation and Function in Alcoholism

The abuse of high doses of alcohol is associated with cognitive impairment that in extreme cases can result in dementia. However, the mechanisms underlying the neurotoxic effects of alcohol to the human brain are poorly understood. Here we test the hypothesis that alcohol-induced neuroinflammation contributes to its neurotoxic effects in …

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Preliminary Effectiveness of Remotely Monitored Blood Alcohol Concentration Device as Treatment Modality

State the scientific aim(s) of the study, or the hypotheses to be tested. The purpose of the current study is to evaluate the usage and acceptability of the Soberlink's blood alcohol concentration (BAC) unit in collaboration with Aware treatment to assess increased sobriety within patients suffering from alcohol use disorder …

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Neurobiological Mechanisms of Chess as an Add-On Treatment Against SUD

The study aims to investigate the potential mechanism of action of chess as a "chess based - cognitive remediation treatment, CB-CRT" to reduce cognitive deficits in individuals with substance use disorder (SUD) seeking treatment using neurobiological and neuropsychological approaches. Furthermore, it will be assessed whether this chess intervention has a …

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Behavioral and Functional MRI Task Development Implementation and Testing

Objective The purpose of this protocol is three-fold: 1) to develop tasks examining various cognitive, motivational, and decision-making behaviors outside the scanner; 2) to modify, refine, and verify the feasibility and applicability of tasks for functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to measure intended concomitant brain activation; and 3) to examine …

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Theta Burst Stimulation as a Tool to Decrease Drinking in Treatment-seeking Alcohol Users

Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is prevalent, devastating, and difficult to treat. The majority of the therapeutic approaches available to date have relied on pharmaceutical modulation or and/or psychotherapy. With a growing knowledge of the neural circuits that contribute to relapse in AUD, there is an emerging interest in developing a …

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for the Treatment of Veterans With Alcohol Use Disorders

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of intermittent theta burst repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) as a treatment for Veterans with an alcohol use disorder (AUD) to decrease the exceedingly high rate of relapse associated with this condition. At least 60% of those with AUD will …

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Step Away: Comparing a Chatbot-delivered Alcohol Intervention With a Smartphone App

A wide gap exists between the number of individuals needing alcohol treatment and those actually receiving it. Technologically-delivered interventions may dramatically increase the number of individuals who receive needed alcohol intervention services due to their ability to circumvent treatment barriers. Smartphones are the ideal devices to provide empirically-supported intervention assistance …

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Ketogenic Diet (KD) in Alcoholism

Alcohol intoxication leads to marked reductions in brain glucose metabolism that reflect in part the use of ketones (including acetate) as alternative energy sources by the brain during intoxication. With repeated alcohol exposure both clinical and preclinical studies have shown a shift of brain substrate preference towards ketones. This has …

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