This site will discuss the medical, social and psychological effects of Buprenorphine. We will also provide information about what the drug is, where it comes from and why it has become so commonly prescribed. Possible risks for dependence, addiction, and even overdose. Furthermore, we will discuss all the brand drugs that contain Buprenorphine and the differences between the formulations and effects. We will review the benefits of this potent drug for the treatment of opioid addiction and also its possible disadvantages. Additionally, you will find out about addiction treatment information and detox options.

 

Waismann Treatment and Detoxification Under Anesthesia Options

The Waismann treatment has a been the leading anesthesia assisted detox center for two decades. In the last few years Buprenorphine based drugs, such as Suboxone, became one of the leading drugs we treat patients from. We provide superior medical care by utilizing a full-service accredited hospital in combination with a private recovery center. Each opioid detoxification treatment protocol is tailored to meet patient’s unique needs. We provide our patients with professionalism, respect, and compassion. Consequently, people feel happier and have a much better chance of maintaining an opioid-free life.

Buprenorphine Precautions

Safe pain management is possible and has become such an issue as more and more cases of opiate abuse, addiction and fatal overdose have been reported. All medications in the opiate class, including buprenorphine, carry certain warnings and precautions because of their potency and potential to lead to problems. Buprenorphine can be used for pain…

Dangers of Home Detox with Buprenorphine

Physicians prescribe Buprenorphine to help people detox from opiates. It’s a prescription medication that makes up Suboxone and Subutex but it too can become habit forming. Some people who use buprenorphine to detox from drugs like heroin or OxyContin develop a reliance on it, physically and/or mentally. When the goal is to become completely opiate free, patients…

Buprenorphine Rehab

Deciding to seek rehabilitation for a drug problem is an empowering step in the right direction. Buprenorphine rehab is a general term for the set of treatment programs available to manage physical and psychological dependence to the drug. Buprenorphine is used in the medications Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone) and Subutex to treat opiate addiction. It’s…

Buprenorphine Withdrawal

Buprenorphine is a partial agonist (used in brand name medications such as Suboxone and Subutex) usually, used to treat opioid addiction, because of it’s opiate formulation Buprenorphine withdrawal can be lengthy and challenging.  Claims have been made that the drugs have a milder degree of physical dependence, and for that reason, it produces a  milder…

Buprenorphine Detox and Buprenorphine Rapid detox

Buprenorphine detox can be difficult because the drug falls into the opiate category, usually causing both long term emotional and physiological dependence. Now we can offer a much easier option called Buprenorphine Rapid Detox. Traditional drug rehab treatment methods for Buprenorphine addiction – talk therapy along with medicinal treatment to lessen the pain of withdrawal – often have less than…

Buprenorphine Abuse

Buprenorphine is sold in the U.S. under the brand names Suboxone and Subutex, narcotic drugs that are used to treat opiate addiction. Though it was developed as a safer alternative to addiction than methadone, both drugs have their own potential for misuse, abuse and dependence. Though safeguards were built in during development stages, aiming to…

Buprenorphine Can Require Opiate Detox

Sometimes, drugs prescribed to help you have the opposite effect. Opiate narcotics such as buprenorphine are typically prescribed to treat opiate dependence. The problem is, buprenorphine can be habit-forming as well, to the point where detox may be necessary. Buprenorphine works by attaching to the receptors in the brain and nervous system. It helps prevent withdrawal…