A Powerful Tool Against Opiate Addiction
Over the past few decades, several promising medications have been introduced into the addiction treatment landscape. These drugs have helped with a variety of addiction disorders, from alcohol to heroin to prescription painkillers. One of the more commonly utilized examples of these medications is a drug called buprenorphine, known to consumers as Suboxone®. Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine and the anti-overdose drug naloxone. It is the first opiate and opioid treatment medication to be legally dispensed by general care physicians, as opposed to its predecessor methadone, which required a special trip to a clinic. Suboxone can also be highly addictive and requires close monitoring by the prescribing physician.
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The Context of Suboxone Treatment
Suboxone treatment is not meant to replace other aspects of treatment, but is meant to exist as part of an overall care approach. This includes rehab, behavior modification, group therapy, individualized counseling and specialized supplemental therapies.
Some of the dangers associated with Suboxone treatment include:
- Fever and Flu-Like Symptoms
- Fatigue and Soreness
- Joint and Muscle Pain
- Disorientation and Confusion
- Trouble Sleeping
- Trouble Breathing
- Sweating and Dry-Mouth
- Seizures and Convulsions
- Intense Cravings
These symptoms should be closely monitored by your prescribing physician who can adjust your dosage accordingly. If you are currently on Suboxone, it’s imperative that you speak with your doctor before adjusting or stopping use.
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Music chemically alters our body and makes us feel great. Recovery Unplugged recognizes that, in the same way a drug-induced dopamine surge leaves you craving more, music becomes addictive. The dopamine tells your body it was rewarded and creates the desire to seek out more.
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Determining Eligibility for Suboxone
In order to assess your eligibility for Suboxone treatment, or any other form of mediation-assisted therapy, speak to your doctor.
Suboxone treatment is generally reserved for patients who:
- Have suffered with persistent and unaddressed opioid abuse
- Have tried other forms of heroin or opioid treatment
- Are suffering lingering and intense withdrawal symptoms as a result of their detox
The professionals at Recovery Unplugged are ready to assess your eligibility for Suboxone treatment and help you start planning your recovery accordingly.
Call us today at (855) 444-0660 to find out if Suboxone treatment is right for you.