Since 2007, heroin use rates in the United States have almost doubled – from 373,000 to 669,000 as of 2012. Experts have tied the increase in heroin use to the increase in prescription drug abuse – almost four-fifths of people who have started using heroin recently say they switched from prescription painkillers. Heroin is cheaper and easier to get than prescription painkillers, and today’s heroin is pure enough to be smoked, so users don’t have to worry about the stigma or disease risk associated with shooting up.
Suboxone Treatment Works for Opiate Addiction
If you’re struggling with addiction to heroin or opiate painkillers, our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program can help you get off the roller coaster of highs and withdrawals and get your life back. With our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program, you won’t have to go to a methadone clinic every day to get your maintenance drugs. That means you can enjoy greater privacy and freedom from stigma as you go through your Suboxone detox Delray Beach program for opiate addiction.
Avoid Painful Withdrawals with Our Suboxone Detox Delray Beach Program
Withdrawal pains are one of the primary reasons why many opiate addicts delay getting treatment. Not only are withdrawals excruciating, they’re impossible to hide. When you’re going through withdrawals, you can’t function in the workplace, the classroom, or the home. With our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program, you’ll avoid withdrawals by gradually lowering your daily dose of maintenance medication until you’re not taking any medication at all.
Detox Alone Isn’t the Answer
Our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program can help you stop using drugs, but you need counseling to address the issues behind your drug use and learn the coping skills you need to avoid relapse.
With treatment, you can put opiate addiction behind you. Call 1-888-699-5679 now to find out how our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program can help you overcome addiction.
Suboxone is a newer opiate addiction maintenance drug that many are finding far superior to methadone in helping to relieve withdrawal symptoms during treatment for opiate addiction. Why should you choose our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program instead of another program that uses methadone? Let’s take a look at some of the advantages of Suboxone detox.
Suboxone is More Effective Than Methadone
Suboxone is a partial opiate agonist, while methadone is a full opiate agonist. This means that people going through methadone detox can abuse their methadone by taking more than the recommended dose. They’ll get high. Getting high off of your methadone maintenance drugs just prolongs the agony of addiction.
Suboxone, on other hand, won’t get you high if you increase your dose beyond the recommended level. This means that you’re more likely to get and stay clean when you enter our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program.
It’s Easier to Taper Off of Suboxone
You’ll find that it’s easier to taper off of Suboxone at the end of your Suboxone detox Delray Beach program. Because Suboxone isn’t a full opiate agonist like methadone, using it during our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program doesn’t maintain your physical dependence on opiates. As you continue through our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program, your physical dependence on opiates will gradually lessen, so that when you finally reach the end of your Suboxone detox Delray Beach program and stop taking Suboxone, your withdrawal symptoms will be far less severe than they would with methadone.
Suboxone Detox is More Convenience than Methadone Maintenance
Because you can’t abuse Suboxone the way you can methadone, it’s not necessary to come to a clinic every day to get your dose of maintenance drugs. If you enter our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program, you’ll be given a prescription to fill. That means you can keep a supply of Suboxone in your medicine cabinet and take it in the privacy of your own home.
Need more information about how you can quit using opiates with our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program? Give us a call today at 1-888-699-5679. We’re waiting to hear from you.
Suboxone is an opiate addiction maintenance drug that’s used an as alternative to methadone in programs like our Suboxone detox Delray Beach programs. If you’re considering entering our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program, here’s what you should know about Suboxone detox.
Suboxone is a fairly new drug that contains two active ingredients, buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is an opiate drug; it’s used in Suboxone to ease opiate withdrawal symptoms. Naloxone added to keep people from abusing Suboxone they way that many people do with methadone. If you crushed up Suboxone pills and injected yourself with the drug during your Suboxone detox Delray Beach program, you’d experience full opiate withdrawal instead of a high.
Because Suboxone has a reduced potential for abuse, it’s ideal for programs like our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program. If you decide to enter our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program, you won’t have to come into a clinic every day to get your maintenance drugs. We can write you a prescription for a full month’s worth of Suboxone, and you can go home and get on with your life. We do, of course, recommend that you come into our Suboxone detox Delray Beach clinic a few times a week for addiction counseling.
There’s a dosage ceiling for Suboxone, however, so it can’t fully ease the withdrawal symptoms of severe opiate addicts. If you have a high tolerance for opiate drugs or a longstanding addiction, you may want to proceed with traditional methadone maintenance instead of entering our Suboxone detox Delray Beach program.
With Suboxone maintenance treatment, you can have freedom from cravings, withdrawal symptoms, and intoxication without having to take a short-acting maintenance drug several times a day. You can free yourself from risky behaviors and the fear of getting arrested for drug use or the criminal acts you may feel compelled to commit to support your drug use. You can get your life together – and begin tapering off Suboxone to eventually live a drug-free life. Call The Delray Center for Healing today at 1-888-699-5679 to learn more.