Suboxone is a synthetic opiate that is used to tone down another opiate addiction. Suboxone is used to alleviate withdrawal symptoms and lessen the overall severity of opiate addiction. Suboxone is addictive and commonly abused to the point of physical and psychological dependence. Although Suboxone has helped many people become free of their addiction, the risk of continued addiction is often seen. Addiction to Suboxone is clear if you are taking more than your prescribed amount, getting the drug without a prescription, and/or experiencing withdrawal symptoms in the absence of Suboxone.
Crossroads Ibogaine Treatment Center understands that addiction to Suboxone is just as serious and dangerous as any other addictive substances described on this site. Through our individualized Ibogaine treatments, the pain and suffering of detox are eliminated in exchange for a safe, comfortable, and nurturing detox process. Throughout the Ibogaine treatment process, each patient is monitored and support 24-hours a day. The road to recovery through Ibogaine allows patients to experience a smooth and quick transition into the brain of a normally functioning mind. Ibogaine treatments set the foundation for a healthy life from within one’s brain. To learn more about our quick detox, Contact an admissions counselor today at Crossroads Ibogaine Treatment Center.
The Addiction before Suboxone Treatment
Addiction to Suboxone is just as serious as any other drug addiction. The drug acts in the same way as the addictive substance it is designed to alleviate. Addiction to Suboxone causes users to find or create ways to increase their dose. As for cravings and tolerance increase, abusers often make poor decisions to acquire more of the drug. The obsession and dependence on Suboxone take over the mind, body, and life of a consistent and uncontrolled user.