Although suboxone produces a number of unpleasant side effects, there are effective ways to safely cope with each one.
Articles on Suboxone and Opioid Dependence
Like with any other medication, suboxone comes with a list of unpleasant side effects that you could experience.
Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone, two ingredients meant to prevent euphoria and overdose.
Whether someone would be safer on Suboxone or methadone is dependent on their individual situation and medical history.
Methadone maintenance treatment is a much stricter program than Suboxone, making it a beneficial treatment option for Suboxone addiction.
Inpatient treatment is necessary for those recovering from Suboxone abuse who are lacking a strong support system at home.
Despite being an effective treatment for opioid addiction, many people end up abusing Suboxone. Learn the warning signs so you can get your husband the help he needs.
While Suboxone does have the potential for negative side effects and abuse, it is still considered to be much safer than other opioids.
Addiction to opioid pain relievers like Percocet is a far too common problem. These addictions destroy lives and damage the very fabric of society. But, there is hope. A number of treatment options are available, of which Suboxone is only one. What is Suboxone? According to the Food and Drug Administration, Suboxone is a combination ….
Since the creation of methadone maintenance medications they were the primary treatment method for those suffering from an opioid addiction. One of the maintenance medications that is very popular today is Suboxone. It has numerous benefits, including low risk of abuse and overdose, but that does not mean it has no drawbacks. Most patients that ….