Suboxone is a drug that is mainly prescribed to patients who are being weaned off dependency on dangerous opiates, like heroin. It can be an effective drug for preventing relapse since Suboxone prevents the body from feeling the effects of the opiate by binding itself to those same receptors. While Suboxone certainly does help some addicts end their opiate addictions, a large number of people become addicted to Suboxone instead. Moreover, if an individual who doesn’t have an addiction to an opiate takes Suboxone, there is an extremely high potential for abuse and dependency.
While it’s true that a minority of addicts might be able to go cold turkey and permanently end their addiction to Suboxone, for the majority of patients, a more likely scenario involves enrolling in a Suboxone detox facility. At our facility, we strive to help you to end your addiction while enduring minimal discomfort from your withdrawal symptoms.
We understand that choosing to enroll in a detox facility can be a very difficult decision, so we do everything we can to allow our patients to be as comfortable as possible for the duration of their stay. Even if you’ve been addicted to Suboxone for a long time and have taken large quantities of the drug, our detox facility can help you become clean.
Our primary goal is to help ensure that you never feel the need to take a single dose of Suboxone for as long as you live. By finally ending your toxic relationship with this drug, you’ll be able to focus your attention on the areas of life that have been cast aside because of your addiction. The healing process can have positive reverberations on all areas of your life.