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July 17, 2018 – Perth researchers are trialling a pill which could help those addicted to methamphetamine. The world-first trial of N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) being taken by drug addicts aims to reduce the cravings and mood swings. Researchers believe it could also be used for a range of illegal drugs, including cocaine and cannabis … Lead researcher and NDRI Associate Professor Rebecca McKetin says it works by restoring the balance of chemicals in the brain. “When someone first takes ice they experience the desirable effects of intoxication. But if they continue to use, and become dependent, changes occur in the brain that cause cravings, making it hard to stop using ice,” Professor McKetin said.

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