Opiate addiction recovery requires a personal commitment and professional support.
Articles on Suboxone and Opioid Dependence
A medically monitored taper schedule is the safest and most effective way to wean off Suboxone.
Behavioral therapy helps patients feel less isolated during the recovery process.
Despite being an effective opioid addiction treatment, Suboxone isn’t right for everyone. Luckily, there are a few alternatives to choose from.
Suboxone has been shown to cause anhedonia, or the inability to experience pleasure.
Using Suboxone for an extended period of time, or in ways other than prescribed, can lead to dependence and addiction.
There are many health benefits to Suboxone treatment that go beyond ending your opioid addiction.
Despite being irritating and uncomfortable, most of the negative Suboxone side effects are manageable.
Most of the side effects experienced while on suboxone will go away after you wean yourself off the medication.
Despite having a low addiction potential, there have been numerous reports of people abusing suboxone.