What Is

Suboxone/Buprenorphine

Suboxone is a medication with the potential to reduce symptoms of opiate addiction and withdrawal. It has been widely touted as a safer alternative to methadone in battling opioid addiction.

However, Suboxone has the potential to be abused and create addiction. The reason for its effectiveness is the reason for its potential for addiction. If you or someone you know find yourself struggling with dependence on this medication call our Suboxone Rehab Center today!

This makes for a difficult situation for heroin and opioid addicts looking to recover from addiction. The medication has created its own epidemic, requiring a whole new course of addiction treatment.

Suboxone

How it Works

Suboxone is the combination of two different drugs: buprenorphine, a partial opioid agonist, and naloxone, a pure opioid antagonist.

Buprenorphine ’s delivers a very diminished opioid dose. This provides a way for the patient to be gradually weaned off their pre-existing addiction and minimizes withdrawal symptoms.

Naloxone, meanwhile, reverses the effects of opioid agonists that are already in the patient’s system by intercepting signals that receptors are sending to the nervous system.

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Florida’s Medicaid program covers Suboxone or its generic equivalent, with the following limitations:
– Patients are required to be enrolled in or have documented proof of a substance use disorder (SUD).
– Patients are at least 16 years of age.
– The maximum dosage of Suboxone is 32 milligrams per day.
– Suboxone requires prior authorization and coordinated care for use during pregnancy.

SIGNS OF SUBOXONE ABUSE

There are numerous physical and psychological effects that can suggest a person is misusing this substance and may need a Suboxone rehab center. Noticing these signs in the right context can help the individual to receive the treatment necessary to wean off Suboxone:

– Nausea and vomiting
– Unpredictable mood swings
– Muscle aches
– Fever
– Headaches
– Insomnia

getting help at a Suboxone rehab center

As with most cases of opioid abuse, the first step of treatment is detoxification, the controlled and supervised withdrawal from Suboxone.

Since this will trigger the usual withdrawal symptoms, it is imperative that detox is conducted in a treatment facility, in the presence of certified healthcare professionals.

SUBOXONE’S SUCCESS

In Suboxone’s first clinical trial of extended usage to treat opioid addiction, a study by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) of 154 young adults found that Suboxone treatment substantially improved outcomes. The study’s investigators noted not just “a marked reduction” in opioid use, but other drugs as well.

Five years after that 2008 study, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration reported that nearly 10 million prescriptions for Suboxone were filled.

However, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found that Suboxone was the “primary drug” in 420 reported deaths since 2003.

The National Pain Report reported that more than 30,000 emergency room visits in 2010 were the result of Suboxone misuse. Of those ER visits, more than 50 percent were considered “recreational” use of Suboxone.

call our Suboxone rehab center in Panama city beach Florida today

If you are ready to quit using Suboxone, JourneyPure Emerald Coast Suboxone Rehab Center is here for you.

We help manage those difficult days of drug withdrawal through medically managed detox. Next, we design a comprehensive holistic recovery plan to address the core reasons for the drug abuse.

Don’t let an addiction to Suboxone define your life. Call our Suboxone Rehab Center for more information. The call is free, confidential, and there is no obligation to enroll. Let Emerald Coast find your path to freedom today!

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