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Suboxone Abuse Treatment

by De'Meko, June 12, 2013

Suboxone Addiction and Treatment

 

Chapters Capistrano, a premier rehabilitation center for Suboxone addiction recovery, develops individualized programs specific to the client. Because no one is affected by Suboxone dependence exactly the same, Chapters’ specialized approach guarantees an addict will attain freedom from drug reliance.

General Information

Buprenorphine with Naloxone is trademarked as Suboxone. A semi-synthetic opioid used to treat opioid addiction, Buprenorphine can be used recreationally by insufflation for a euphoric high. Addicts may also use Suboxone to ease their symptoms while withdrawing from other opioids.

Effects of Suboxone Use

Abuse of Suboxone may cause dizziness, nausea, and memory loss. It has also been documented that addicts have contracted hepatitis with jaundice and hepatic necrosis after injecting the drug. Use can be fatal if combined with depressants and/or alcohol. In order to ease opioid withdrawal symptoms, Suboxone or any Buprenorphine-related drug can be taken but only under a doctor’s supervision. When abused and excessively used, Suboxone addiction can damage many areas of the abuser’s life.

Suboxone Detoxification Withdrawal Doesn’t Have to be Painful

Suboxone withdrawal can cause great anxiety and be uncomfortable. We at Chapters drug and alcohol rehab center understand this but never want an addict to avoid necessary rehabilitation. Therefore, we employ the safest, most traditional form of withdrawal—a drug-specific drug detox. Under medical supervision, clients are prescription mild medication. These prescribed drugs will lower the risk of seizure and ease withdrawal symptoms. Clients are continuously monitored and continue the drug-specific detox until stabilized.

Rehabilitating Suboxone addiction can be challenging. The drug rehab program at Chapters is focused on making recovery attainable. Every person deserves to live free of drug dependency. We are here to help! For more information, call Chapters today at 949-371-4198.

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