Friday, April 27, 2012

Using Accelerated Detox with Suboxone

When it comes to the treatment of narcotic addiction, there are several different approaches that can be taken.  Just how effective these different treatments can be depends on a wide range of different factors. Addiction takes different forms in different people and what works for one person will not for another. Some can enter a drug treatment program that centers simply on working through the larger problems with a group of people.  Some people will be able to quit cold turkey and walk away from the drug.  For some, additional chemicals may be prescribed such as Suboxone.

Suboxone is generally prescribed for those who are addicted to opiates such as Heroin, Morphine or Codeine.  It is a chemical combination of buprenorphine and naloxone and is used to wean someone off of the harsher opiates by giving them a less acute "high."  For those who do not feel as though they can go without some sort of a euphoric feeling that opiates like Heroin provide, this drug can be a gateway towards getting clean.   The problem arises when the person taking Suboxone is eventually required to quit this drug as well.

The use of this drug is usually a long-term approach and it can mean staying on Suboxone for as long as six to nine months.  However, there is an alternative detox approach that will allow addicts to step from Heroin to Suboxone to being completely clean in just a matter of days.   This particular process is usually referred to as Accelerated Detoxification.  The Coleman Institute excels at helping people get clean and stay clean from opiates, alcohol, benzos, methadone, and particularly suboxone.  In a matter of just over a week, patients are free from all traces of suboxone in their body and feel freedom again! 

If you or someone you love is struggling with an addiction, please have them call Jennifer at 1.877.77.Detox or (1.877.773.3869)

are more apt to suggest weaning off of Suboxone in a matter of days or just over a week to deal with the addiction completely.

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