Suboxone Withdrawal Help

Suboxone Withdrawal Help

Did you know that you can get Suboxone withdrawal help right now, and right in your area?

Suboxone (Buprenorphine/Naloxone) is a combination pill that is used to treat opioid dependence and addiction. It has often been considered a "super-pill" to treat heroin withdrawal symptoms, however, it has also become widely abused. If you believe you need Suboxone withdrawal help, we are here to guide and support you.

Suboxone treatment is similar to methadone when it comes to alleviating withdrawal symptoms and decreasing the cravings for drugs. However, as an antagonist itself, it can acts as a depressant in the body, meaning that it slows you down.

Its effects last for about 2-3 days, but Suboxone side effects are many and can have dangerous consequences. As a depressant, abusers tend to fall for the calming, relaxing and inflated well-being effect that comes after a mild euphoria that can last for 8 hours at a time.

In addition to these characteristics, other Suboxone side effects that can appear rather quickly, also include:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Muscle aches
  • Fever
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia

Moreover, these symptoms can worsen and develop into life-threatening conditions like respiratory depression, risk of asphyxiation, cardiac arrest and even death. Because of all of these risks, a Suboxone treatment should always be handled by medical professionals and under strict supervision.

If - however - you do fall into an abusive cycle after a Suboxone treatment and/or have experienced the uncomfortable Suboxone side effects, it is important that you seek help immediately.

New Haven treatment centers can provide suboxone withdrawal help and ensure that you recover in the safest way possible. Centers offer high-quality service, providing detox as the first step, psychotherapy, and a longer-term recovery phase, that includes aftercare efforts.

Because this is still an opioid, detoxification is needed in order to get your system clean and rehabilitated. During this stage of Suboxone withdrawal help is essential to be able to keep you stable and comfortable while your body responds to the absence of the drug.

No matter how you got access to the drug in the first place (if it was prescribed or not), or the length of time you've been abusing it, it is imperative that your Suboxone withdrawal help is conducted within a treatment facility.

Having the supervision, care and expertise of medical professionals is of essence to be able to appropriately handle and care for any symptoms you may experience and prevent them from developing into health risks.

Moreover, depending on your overall health and addiction situation, Suboxone withdrawal help may need to be under certain medications to stabilize your system.

New Haven treatment centers rely on different psychotherapeutic modalities to be able to help you support you while you get clean. Some of the methods we used are cognitive-behavioral therapy, individual therapy, family sessions, group sessions or a 12-step program.

As part of our Suboxone withdrawal help, they also provide addiction education, instill in you new coping skills and mechanisms to prevent relapse and assist you in the development of your continuous care plan so you can maintain sobriety in the long term.

When receiving suboxone treatment it is critical to stick to the prescription received and have an open communication with your physician if you experience any of the suboxone side effects in order to prevent a dependance problem.

 

 

 

Sources:

https://medlineplus.gov/druginfo/meds/a605002.html

https://www.drugabuse.gov/news-events/news-releases/2011/11/painkiller-abuse-treated-by-sustained-buprenorphinenaloxone

 

 

 

 

 

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