Care Center Rhode Island proudly services Rhode Island providing those who struggle with addiction with a safe and monitored way to recover from heroin, oxycodone, Oxycontin, Percocet, and other opiates using Suboxone.
How Does Suboxone Work? Is It Safe To Use?
Suboxone is a combination of naloxone and buprenorphine. Suboxone prescribed to patients who are struggling with an addiction to opiates. Buprenorphine interacts with the same parts of the brain that are activated by heroin, oxycodone, Oxycontin, Percocet, and other opiates . However, buprenorphine will not cause individuals to experience the same feelings of disorientation that typically result from opiate abuse. Because of this, patients are able to go to work, drive, attend school, and participate in other activities without the typical impairment, “nodding”, etc. Naloxone is an “opioid blocker” that works by counteracting the effects that opiates have insidethe body.
Suboxone provides patients with much-needed relief from the physical pain of withdrawal and also keeps cravings at a low. Long and Extensive research has confirmed the safety of Suboxone when taken as prescribed within a licensed treatment facility under the supervision of trained medical professionals. Care Center Rhode Island is a leading Suboxone Clinic located in East Providence Rhode Island that will see you and your family the entire way through with the suboxone treatment.
How Effective Is Suboxone Treatment?
Individuals who are prescribed Suboxone can progress towards their recovery without experiencing life altering and dangerous impairments, because use of the suboxone medication will not cause disruptions or delay in daily activities. Additionally, Suboxone also provides patients with a mental state of mind that is required and is ready to successfully focus on recovery.
What Are The Side Effects of Suboxone?
Like any other medication, Suboxone can cause patients to have some side effects. The following list of side effects have been reported by patients while using Suboxone to recover from opiate addiction.
Headaches, General Pain, Nausea, Sleeplessness, Sweating, Low Blood Pressure, Numbness, Blurred Vision, Weakness, Chills, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Lightheaded, Dizziness, Irregular Heartbeat, Back Pain, Fainting.
Patients should notify there addiction specialist of any side effects that occur in order to ensure their progress and safety. Medications and dosages can be adjusted throughout the course of treatment if necessary.
Contact Us at Care Center Rhode Island of East Providence, RI with any opiate, Suboxone, or other treatment questions you may have.
We accept many major insurances as well, including: BlueCross BlueShield, United Healthcare, Neighbor Health Plan of Rhode Island, Medicare, Medicaid, Cigna, and more to come.