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How to Get off Suboxone – Suboxone Detox

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How to Get Off Suboxone?

To get off Suboxone on your own is usually not as easy as most people think. Doctors frequently prescribe Suboxone in the treatment of opiate addiction. However, some people may have trouble getting off of it as well. It contains buprenorphine, an opioid medication, and naloxone, which blocks the effects of opioids such as codeine, morphine, and heroin. The euphoria or high that Suboxone creates is said to be milder than with other opiates. To get off Suboxone successfully, an individual may require help from professionals who can eliminate opiate dependency once and for all. However, using opiate replacements to wean patients from drugs like OxyContin and Vicodin can replace one dependence with another.
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Ask Your Doctor If You Are Planning to Get off Suboxone

To get off Suboxone on your own is usually not as easy as most people initially think. Although Suboxone is part of Medication Assisted Treatment for opiate addiction, some people may confuse it with detoxification. It contains buprenorphine, an opioid medication, and naloxone, which blocks the effects of opioids such as codeine, morphine, and heroin. Buprenorphine is NOT a detoxification medication, it is a treatment medication, or some might say a replacement opioid.
The euphoria or high from Suboxone is usually milder than with other opiates.  Whereas, the withdrawal effects from Suboxone can be worse than from other opiates.  To get off Suboxone successfully, an individual may require help from professionals who can manage the withdrawal symptoms while eliminating opiate dependency once and for all. Using opiate replacements to wean patients from drugs like OxyContin and Vicodin can replace one dependence with another.
 

Suboxone Rapid Detox

Waismann Method® Treatment Center offers rapid detox for patients that would like to get off Suboxone, in a comfortable, safe and effective manner. We have treated numerous patients who used Suboxone to wean off other opiates, without adequately understanding the risk of a new addiction. Our goal is to eliminate the physical dependence safely and quickly so that patients can heal and move on with life. We do not use replacement drugs; the goal is for the patient to be opiate free.
Our Suboxone Detox reverses the physical dependence while managing the withdrawal and blocking the physical cravings. Our comprehensive anesthesia-assisted detox uses intravenous medications to cleanse the Suboxone from patients’ opiate receptors. This Suboxone Rapid Detox process occurs in less than two hours, while patients rest lightly under sedation in their private room of an ICU unit. All rapid detox procedures are performed at a full service accredited hospital. The method accelerates the withdrawal process, and patients awaken mostly without the conscious awareness of the treatment.  We typically require patients to stay with us inpatient for a total of 5 to 10 days. However, extended options are also available.
Suboxone rapid detox with the Waismann Method® includes complete opioid detoxification in a private hospital and additional days at our exclusive recovery center. Our Rapid Detox technique ensures that your Suboxone detox is safe, quick and humane.
 

Suboxone Detox Aftercare

Domus Retreat is a safe haven for patients to recuperate after rapid detox because it provides the support and care necessary to successfully and comfortably navigate the post-detox regulation period. After rapid detoxification, your whole system will try to regulate; it will need to find a new baseline without the interference of opioid drugs. Additionally, patients often feel hypersensitive to their surroundings due to the lack of endorphins after detoxing. They also feel anxious and scared about what the future holds. All of these factors make the recovery phase a crucial and fragile time, so our team of specialists provides the close support, reassurance and decisive care only experienced professionals can provide. This level of care gives peace of mind to both the patient and family members, relieving nervous and inexperienced — though well-meaning — family of the burden of providing care during this critical period. Instead, after the patient has completed the course of care, they and their family can focus on the next steps together.
We customize our detoxification and aftercare programs to each patient’s individual needs and dependency history. We combine the most advanced medical treatment with personalized assessment and private recovery care. Waismann Method® patients achieve an extraordinarily high success rate because the treatment doesn’t take a cookie-cutter approach to address opiate dependency.
The Waismann treatment is for those who are not willing to risk privacy, comfort or safety; It is designed for those who are seeking the very best way to come off Suboxone.Exceptional Care, Better Outcome, Get In Touch With Us Today
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