We’ve been helping men and women get off Suboxone for years – with great success. For you, we offer one of the most effective and comfortable withdrawal treatment plans available. Our cutting edge detoxification program is fast, gentle and effective. It bridges the gap between wanting to quit Suboxone and actually quitting. It’s a powerful solution that really works.
In hindsight it’s obvious that there’s a potential for developing a dependence to Suboxone. The reason is because buprenorphine, which is the main active ingredient in Suboxone, is itself an opioid narcotic. Since buprenorphine is an opioid narcotic, it is inevitable that withdrawal symptoms will develop when you try to quit. The symptoms may be less severe than heroin withdrawal symptoms but the detox is typically longer because of the very long elimination half-life of buprenorphine.
We do not recommend that you detox yourself. We know the downside of cold turkey Suboxone detox – it is not pleasant. In fact, it is never a good idea to detox off Suboxone without professional help. We’ve seen the results of men and women who insist on doing it their way and it’s ugly. Detox does not have to be a disgusting and messy affair.
If you find yourself stuck on Suboxone but you want to stop – we can help. We have been handling Suboxone detox since 2003, which is the year after Suboxone was FDA approved, which occurred on October 8th, 2002. Our team of experts developed a powerful withdrawal treatment program specifically for Suboxone and Subutex. It combines proven pharmacotherapies with powerful supplementation.
The withdrawal treatment plan integrates pharmacotherapies with an ingenious natural approach that rebalances the body’s inhibitory systems. We’re referring to the gabaergic and serotenergic inhibitory systems because these are the two systems that help stave off opioid withdrawal. By supporting the body’s inhibitory systems with natural supplements, and suppressing excitatory responses with pharmacotherapies, our clients are able to successfully break their dependence to Suboxone. Our opioid withdrawal treatment program is possibly the most effective and comfortable therapeutic plan ever developed for Suboxone dependence.
It’s important to listen to your body during detox. Make sure to report all adverse reactions to the physician, such as feeling anxious, on edge, or agitated. Physicians are continuously adjusting pharmacotherapies during the detoxification process in order to mask the withdrawal syndrome. By knowing what to expect, you can help the doctor make accurate assessments.
These days, when a man or woman applies for a job the employer often requires a drug test as part of the hiring process. On top, you could easily add in a dozen or more random drug tests throughout an employment career. The question that often comes up is, “ Am I protected by hippa laws for Suboxone?” The answer is no. The lab does not say whether or not you passed or failed a drug test. The lab only gives results. If you take Suboxone, your blood or urine will indicate the presence of Buprenorphine, which is the main active ingredient in Suboxone.
A savvy employer will know what the presence of buprenorphine indicates, which is a history of substance abuse with opioids. It’s unlikely that you will get a job as a pilot, train conductor, bus driver or nurse with buprenorphine in your system. If you want that type of career you will improve your odds by getting off Suboxone.
Unused SUBOXONE sublingual films should be disposed of as soon as they are no longer needed. Unused films should be flushed down the toilet.
Before initiating treatment with SUBOXONE sublingual film, explain the points listed below to caregivers and patients.
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