Suboxone is a medication containing Buprenorphine and Naloxone for the treatment of Opiate dependency. It is used to detox people off of opiates (heroin, fentanyl, pain pills, or methadone) and it is effective in addressing opiate withdrawal symptoms and cravings. The length of Subxone use varies and some individuals could be on it for a couple of years. When a person on Suboxone, wants to stop its use, it is best to detox off of it in a medical setting as it may cause some withdrawal symptoms and the person coming off it may face some anxiety. However, these can be addressed effectively in a medical setting.
If you are looking for a quick and easy way to come off of Suboxone, you can put your trust in CNT. Our highly specialized physicians nurses provide suboxone treatment in New Jersey. People are often intimidated by the detox procedure and treatment timeline. However, it may become easier if you choose a specialized facility.
The symptoms of suboxone withdrawal may include mild physical and psychological symptoms and some transient mental health issues may also emerge. Some signs are muscle discomfort, drug cravings, sweating, nausea, vomiting, anxiety, depression, mood swings, hot or cold flashes, fatigue, and skin irregularities.
How Does Detox Help in Coming off of Suboxone/buprenorphine?
You may prefer suboxone treatment program that that tapers off the dose in order to enter recovery without medications. This process should be done gradually by physicians with experience in substance abuse treatment. At CNT, we are capable of providing long-term support and comprehensive medical care for detoxification in NJ. We have group therapy options, intensive after careuboxone Landing page, and expertise in tapering for effective treatment of suboxone withdrawal.
If you want to get started with this treatment, call us right away and discuss your needs.