Antagonist/Anti-Alcohol

The alcohol antagonist is a drug that directly inhibits the effects of alcohol. When you are taking an alcohol antagonist and then drink a lot of alcohol, it will potentially keep you from getting Intoxicated or at least reduce the level of drunkenness. The receptor antagonist is a medication that binds to the receptor but it does not give a signal. A receptor antagonist can inhibit the binding of other ligands. Throughout this way, an antagonist will inhibit the effects of agonists, whether these agonists are drugs or neurotransmitters.

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