Chapters Capistrano is a rehabilitation leader in handling addiction. The addiction experts at Chapters have created a highly personalized treatment program for individuals who are addicted. Each case of dependency is unique and requires a specialized approach to ensure success and allow an addict to achieve freedom from drug dependency.
Suboxone is the trade name for Buprenorphine with Naloxone and is a semi-synthetic opioid that is used in moderating amounts to treat opioid addiction. Buprenorphine can be used recreationally by insufflation in order for the user to achieve a euphoric rush. Some addicts self-medicate and use the drug to ease withdrawal symptoms associated with other opioids.
Effects of Use
Common side effects from recreational use include nausea, dizziness, and memory loss. In some cases, addicts have contracted hepatic necrosis and hepatitis with jaundice after injecting the drug. Using the drug in combination with depressants and/or alcohol can be fatal. The use of Suboxone or any Buprenorphine-related drug to moderate withdrawal symptoms associated with the use of opioids should only be conducted under medical supervision. Unsupervised abuse of this can negatively impact every aspect of an abuser’s life.
Detoxification Withdrawal Doesn’t Have To Be Painful
At Chapters, we understand that most people are anxious about the idea of going through withdrawal and this keeps them using the drug. We recognize that withdrawal can be uncomfortable, but it doesn’t have to be.
Through the rehab program at Chapters, our process engages the most traditional and safe form of withdrawal from using, which is a drug-specific detox. Clients receive mild prescription medication under medical supervision that reduces the risk of seizure and eases withdrawal symptoms. These medications generally are prescribed in tapering amounts until the body is physically stabilized.
Chapters Capistrano recognizes the unique challenges presented by addiction. Contact Chapters today to learn more about our personalized rehab program. Beat addiction and enjoy sober living, call our 24 hour helpline at 949-371-4198 or email today.
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