Suboxone Treatment

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Why Choose Life Line As Your Suboxone Treatment?

Suboxone is an effective medication in the management of opiate addiction, presenting multiple benefits to patients grappling with this chronic condition.

Suboxone curbs physical withdrawal symptoms and cravings, which are significant hurdles to overcome during the initial detoxification stage. By reducing these symptoms, Suboxone allows patients to focus on the recovery journey rather than being preoccupied with managing physical discomfort.

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Suboxone Treatment
$ 80 / 260 Weekly / Monthly
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  • 1 on 1 meetings
  • Weekly & Monthly Options
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About Our Suboxone Treatment Services

Suboxone provides a safer alternative to illicit opioids. Its two main ingredients, buprenorphine, and naloxone, work together to deter misuse. Buprenorphine, a partial opioid agonist, binds to the brain’s opioid receptors without producing the high associated with opioid misuse. It produces just enough of an opioid effect to reduce cravings and block withdrawal symptoms, thereby reducing the urge to use illicit opioids. Naloxone, an opioid receptor blocker, is added to prevent abuse by IV injection. It can only get into the bloodstream if it is injected. The Naloxone component is not absorbed and has no effect when Suboxone is used under the tongue as directed. 

Suboxone Treatment

Suboxone facilitates long-term maintenance therapy, a proven approach for opioid use disorder. It supports the transition to comprehensive treatment, including behavioral therapies and support groups, by keeping withdrawal symptoms and cravings at bay. This allows our patients to begin to rebuild their lives.

Lastly, compared to methadone, another medication used for treating, Suboxone has lower risks of overdose and can be prescribed in a regular doctor’s office or after a virtual internet appointment instead of requiring daily visits to a specialized clinic.

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A Suboxone treatment is a specialized medical facility that provides medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to individuals who are struggling with opioid addiction. Suboxone, also known as buprenorphine/naloxone, is a prescription medication that helps to ease the symptoms of opioid withdrawal and reduce cravings for opioids.

Suboxone contains two active ingredients: buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist that binds to the same receptors in the brain as opioids, but with a weaker effect. This helps to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms without producing the euphoric effects of opioids. Naloxone is an opioid antagonist that blocks the effects of opioids and prevents misuse of Suboxone.

Suboxone treatment is not usually recommended if you are allergic to buprenorphine or naloxone, have severe liver, kidney, pulmonary, or cardiac disease, or are on certain medications. However, it’s important to talk to a healthcare provider to determine if Suboxone is right for you. Suboxone treatment is generally not recommended if you are allergic to buprenorphine or naloxone, have severe liver or kidney disease, or are currently taking certain medications.

During your first visit to a Suboxone clinic, you will likely undergo a thorough medical assessment and provide a detailed medical history. You may also undergo a drug test to confirm your opioid use. If Suboxone treatment is deemed appropriate, you will receive a prescription and instructions for taking the medication. You may also receive counseling or other forms of support to help you achieve and maintain recovery.

Research has shown that Suboxone treatment can be highly effective in helping individuals overcome opioid addiction. Suboxone has been shown to reduce cravings for opioids, ease withdrawal symptoms, and improve overall quality of life. Additionally, Suboxone treatment has been associated with a lower risk of overdose and improved retention in treatment. However, Suboxone treatment is most effective when combined with counseling and other forms of support.