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Detox from Suboxone

Detoxing from Suboxone is possible, but can be tough. Suboxone is a highly addictive drug similar to Zubsolv; both contain the active ingredients buprenorphine and naloxone. Studies have shown it to have opiate-like qualities, so it is a logical choice for doctors helping patients detox from opiate addictions to other more dangerous drugs, like heroin and morphine.

What is Suboxone

Suboxone is a sublingual film with an orange or citrusy taste that can be prescribed in many different strengths, depending on what your doctor thinks is best. According to its prescribing information, Suboxone is used to treat narcotic addiction; however some people abuse it as a pain medication or to mitigate symptoms of depression. It is extremely habit-forming, even at regularly prescribed doses. Common side effects include a headache, sweating, and dizziness. Common signs of a Suboxone overdose include irregular breathing, sleepiness, unusual fatigue or weakness, and dilated pupils. If you think you or your loved one are suffering from a Suboxone addiction, it’s best to contact a medical detox facility immediately.

What Occurs during Suboxone Detox

When you are detoxing from Suboxone, our licensed medical professionals will be able to provide you with a non-narcotic medication to help ease your withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal symptoms during detox from any drug will always be uncomfortable, but the experience is not the same for everyone. Some may undergo intense vomiting and diarrhea while others may struggle with restless legs and sweating. Whatever symptoms you or your loved one may experience, our team of experts will work around the clock to manage them and make detox as comfortable and as painless as we possibly can.

How Do I Get Help

When you are detoxing from Suboxone, our licensed medical professionals will be able to provide you with a non-narcotic medication to help ease your withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal symptoms during detox from any drug will always be uncomfortable, but the experience is not the same for everyone. Some may undergo intense vomiting and diarrhea while others may struggle with restless legs and sweating. Whatever symptoms you or your loved one may experience, our team of experts will work around the clock to manage them and make detox as comfortable and as painless as we possibly can.

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