Clinical Trial

Fish Oil vs. Placebo on Subjective Effects of Alcohol

Study Description

Fish Oil vs. Placebo on Subjective Effects of Alcohol

This project represents a first step in examining the potential use of fish oil for the treatment of alcohol use disorder (AUD). The investigators will be testing for attenuation of alcohol-induced sedative and stimulant effects, as well as cognitive effects and cerebellar effects in healthy social drinkers.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

Pharmaceutical medication involved Pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Drug - Fish Oil with ethanol and placebo ethanol infusions

Fish Oil with ethanol and placebo ethanol infusions

Drug - Placebo with ethanol and placebo ethanol infusions

Placebo with ethanol and placebo ethanol infusions

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Effect of Fish Oil vs. Placebo on Subjective Effects of Alcohol in Healthy Humans

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03010917

ParticipAid ID

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