Suboxone Detox

Rapid Opiate Detox Cures Opiate Dependency

Introduction:

Rapid Opiate Suboxone Detox successfully manages the brutal effects of opiate withdrawal symptoms. It is the newest and most effective development in the treatment. Our detoxification programs are painless, proactive and private.

We’ve detoxed thousands of opiate users using this system. Our Suboxone Detox plan is simple but extensive. With our simple and natural plan we have successfully detoxified both men and women with outstanding results.

What are the 4 main benefits of Suboxone Therapy?

Painless Opiate Detox
Helps Clients Stay in Treatment
Reduces Relapses
Reduces Overdoses
The 4 benefits of Suboxone Detox are often the difference between success and failure. That’s why it’s a part of our opiate detox programs at all of our addiction recovery centers.

Suboxone Treatment Program with the highest client satisfaction use a systems approach that we believe is the best method of opiate detox.

Addiction Physician Protocols
Hydration Therapy
Nutrition Supplementation
Sleep Disorder Therapy
Extensive Counseling
Opiate addiction

Recovery is a unique and complex system that is different with each individual. Every detox center should allow for new and old ideas to shape the recovery process. That includes a variety of physicians and specialists who treat everything from opiate addiction to depression giving the client every chance for a successful recovery program with the finest physicians and staff available.

Proper Hydration

Is critical for all organ systems. Hydration is a part of the body’s natural detoxification process. On average an adult is composed of approximately 60% water. Proper hydration is therefore essential for all internal mechanisms and processes to function properly.

Hydration helps to accelerate the body’s natural healing process. Hydration is the single most important factor in any naturally based detoxification program regardless of the drug they’re expelling.

Proper Nutrition

Gives the body the energy needed for bodily functions to work at optimal power including immune systems. For example; opiate users tend to consume high sugar content meals Most opiate users suffer from some form of malnutrition. We supplement our client’s diet with appropriate vitamin and mineral supplements to promote a speedy recovery.

Sleep disorder

Is overlooked at many detox programs which is address this using supplements and medical advice. We believe that rest is very important. Sleep reduces anxiety and enhances the body’s natural healing process also regenerates the body’s immune system.

Insomnia is a common and that fear may deter some opiate users from entering a program.

Counseling

Reveals the causes and risks of addictive behaviors. Placing clients in a private and safe environment gives clients the sense of security needed to discuss issues they would typically avoid. This type of setting allows clients to vent some of their problems they may have suppressed for years. This gives their mind a chance to reset and helps their state of mind regain a sense of balance. We give them positive feedback information that may have realized and answers to help them along their way.
Opiate Withdrawals

7 Most Common Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms:

Nausea
Anxiety
Cold Sweats
Back Ache
Restless Leg Syndrome (The term “Kicking” comes from this symptom)
Insomnia
Diarrhea
Heroin Withdrawal

Heroin is the most addictive drug on earth. Heroin stands out as the narcotic of choice for most opioid users because heroin creates a powerful euphoric reaction. This is due to heroin’s ability to cross the blood brain barrier quicker than other opioid. Heroin crosses the blood brain barrier up to 80 times quicker than morphine.

Why is heroin so addictive?

Euphoria
Dependence
Availability
Low cost
Methadone Withdrawal

The fear of experiencing Methadone withdrawal symptoms discourages methadone users from ending their methadone maintenance program. Now, there is a virtually pain-free way to detox from methadone. Methadone users are typically unable to wait a sufficient amount of time before starting Suboxone treatment and this can initiate opiate withdrawals. Methadone users are unable to detoxify themselves!

Oxycontin Withdrawal

Oxycontin treatment creates some challenging problems specific to oxycodone. Oxycontin Treatment is often a high dosage detox. This is due to Oxycontin’s prolific tolerance buildup. The rule of thumb is that Oxycontin users cannot detox themselves. Most will try to detox at home but most will fail and part of the reason this is because of the mind’s unconscious desire.

Vicodin Withdrawal

Vicodin dependence develops over time with many users unaware of their physical dependency until they run out or decide to quit on their own. The result of opiate physical dependency the need to have it creates anxiety and impatients.Vicodin is the number one drug in the relapse process for hundreds of thousands of recovering opiate addicts regardless of their opiate of choice. Many opioid users with years of recovery will relapse this year by taking just one Vicodin. This is the power of opiate addiction.

Suboxone Detoxification Program

The Suboxone detoxification program is divided into three distinct phases:

Induction
Stabilization
Taper
Suboxone Detox – Induction

Induction is the first phase of stabilizing an opiate addict. Suboxone is the first tablet administered sublingually after the user shows signs of opiate withdrawals.

Suboxone Detox – Stabilization

Suboxone replaces the opened opiate receptors in the brain. The stabilization phase is an individualized medication adjustment period that lasts between twenty-four to 36 hours.

Suboxone Detox – Taper

We have seen the greatest success when physicians that use a 3 day step down. The medication dosage drops 2mg every two to three The final taper is a stagger; 2mg every other day for three additional administrations.

Is it an Opioid or an Opiate?

Opiates are the natural narcotics that come from the papaver somniferum poppy plant. The three main opiates are morphine, codeine and thebaine.

Opioids are the natural opiates plus the semi-synthetics and the pure synthetics.

A semi-synthetic opioid begins with a natural opiate like morphine or codeine which is then mixed and processed into a new and more potent narcotic such as heroin and buprenorphine.

A purely artificial opioid never includes a natural opiate in the production process. Pure synthetics are a combination of chemicals and processes that mimic opiate effects by producing highly potent narcotics such as methadone.

Suboxone Addiction

Some physicians recommend that Suboxone only be used for short-term treatment. The reason behind this recommendation is due to the fact that prolonged use of Suboxone leads to physical dependency to Buprenorphine HCl. This can lead to a more difficult detox procedure if ever that person needed to stop.

Suboxone is up to 40 times stronger than morphine. The half-life of Suboxone is 37 hours. Suboxone’s powerful effects and its long half-life make Suboxone addiction one of the most difficult opioid detoxifications.

Conclusion:

Rapid Opiate Suboxone Detox is a leap in the treatment process for opiate dependency. There is little doubt that opiate addiction is one of the worst addictions. The only upside from this experience is the knowledge gained and the positive changes that are needed to overcome opiate addiction.