Thursday, August 16, 2018
 
 
Company News: Page (1) of 1 - 05/21/18 Email this story to a friend. email article Print this page (Article printing at MyDmn.com).print page facebook
TheRecover.com, Signs of Suboxone Addiction

(May 21, 2018)

SAN DIEGO, May 21, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The buprenophine in the Suboxone will combine with opioid receptors to give a person the same feeling as if they were on such drugs as heroin. The reason that so many people get so addicted to the medication that is supposed to help them is that over time you can build up a tolerance to the drug. This means that you will have to take more and more medication in order to feel the same effects which leads to Suboxone Addiction. Visit www.TheRecover.com to learn how to avoid or fight Suboxone addiction.

Not only can this drug be used to treat a drug addiction but it can be used to treat depression and even be used as a pain medication. There are a few ways that you can tell if you are getting addicted to a medication, and these ways are:

Taking higher doses

Losing prescriptions

Excessive mood swings

Stealing prescriptions

Getting prescriptions from more than one doctor

If you notice that these signs are happening to you or a loved one it is time to take a stand. You will need to contact your doctor right away to seek advice on what to do.

Symptoms of Suboxone Abuse

Depression

Confusion

Constipation

Loss of fertility

Low blood pressure

Slower breathing rate

Increased risk of choking

Loss of menstruation cycle

Rapid detox is one of the best ways to get over Suboxone abuse. What happens is that you are given a series of special medications to cleanse the body of the opiate. This can take a while depending on how long a person has been abusing the drug. In some cases the patients will be sedated while the drugs are being administered so that they will not experience any withdrawal symptoms. If you have had Suboxone abuse for a while it can take up to six months to a year to fully get off of the drug.

There are also some doctors that say if you take a different opiate when suffering from Suboxone abuse it may help you. This is because the different opiate will help your brain realize that it is not dependent on Suboxone anymore. The down side to this is that you will have to withdraw from the new opiate. Also another study has shown that if you are given really high dosages of the Suboxone for a short period of time then stopping taking it completely it can help.

Neither of the above has been proven to be true, but in some cases they might work. It is very important to realize the early sign of Suboxone abuse before it is too late and you become to addicted. Once hooked on the drug it can take years to fully recover from it. Going to a rehabilitation center may be the only option in the end in order to get over your Suboxone addiction and get your life fully back on track.

Contact Info:

Kevin LeonardTheRecover.com


27420 Jefferson Ave, Temecula, CA 92590
(888) 510-3898

A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/79392dcf-7e2c-4d6e-8ef7-1db1c5806909


Page: 1


Related Keywords:
Related Sites: DMN Newswire ,   HTN - Health Technology Net
Related Newsletter: Tutorial Finder ,   Review Seeker ,   DMN Newswire Newsletter
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





Our Privacy Policy --- About The Health Technology - Contact Us - Advertise With Us - Privacy Guidelines