Finding the Best Private Subutex Addiction Treatment Center
You might have been prescribed Subutex to treat a dependency on some narcotic. Also known as buprenorphine, the goal of taking Subutex is to prevent the withdrawal symptoms that come when you stop taking some other drug. It works in such a way to stimulate the opiate receptors in the brain. However, Subutex, like other opiates, does have the ability to be habit-forming. Addicts of another drug may now find themselves addicted to Subutex, the very drug they took to get off of the other drug.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, between 2004 and 2008, prescription drug abuse increased by 11.2 percent and in 2008 approximately 5.9 percent of the 1.8 million people who entered rehab did so for an opiate addiction. A significant number of these people were likely given supplemental medications to help them treat their opiate addiction, but failed to recognize that these supplemental medications could also potentially cause addiction.
Why Is Subutex Addictive?
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Warning Signs of Abuse to Look Out for in Loved Ones
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If you suspect your loved one is struggling with Subutex abuse, there are a few signs and symptoms to be wary of.
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Warning Signs of Withdrawal
Most experts believe that the best way to minimize Subutex withdrawal symptoms and effectively detox is by slowly reducing the dosage of the medication and allowing the body to adjust. Withdrawal symptoms can range from nausea and vomiting to difficulty breathing and decreased blood pressure. Slowly decreasing the amount of Subutex in the body helps the patient learn to function biochemically with less and less amounts of the drug present. Using Subutex to detox is something a patient might do in a medical detox. Quitting Subutex “cold turkey” is how patients can handle detox naturally; however, it’s important to do this in a medical setting. However, detox can be a painful and frustrating process, and this could potentially put patients at risk, particularly those with an underlying medical condition.
Withdrawal symptoms include the following:
- Abnormal skin sensation
- Rapid heartbeat
- Aches and pains
- Cold and flu-like symptoms
- Loss of appetite and weight loss
- Irritability and mood swings
Subutex addiction is first tackled through detoxification programs. There are a number of Subutex detoxification programs out there that boast high success rates for helping patients rid their bodies of Subutex.
Part of the detoxification process involves dealing with withdrawal symptoms. Detox programs exist so medical professionals can help you with those painful withdrawal symptoms. Many detoxification programs for Subutex involve treating the withdrawal symptoms through medical and holistic means.
Residential Inpatient Subutex Addiction Treatment
- Interaction with other addicts who can provide peer support
- Development and enhancement of interpersonal skills
- Tools to help with relapse prevention
- Outlets to live a drug-free life and take better care of yourself
Residential Subutex treatment programs are also often characterized by the holistic services and recreational activities they supply. At these centers, you can find new ways to live without drugs through activities like acupuncture, massage and personal training.
Outpatient Versus Inpatient Treatment
Specialized Rehab Options
Specialized treatment programs are designed to treat a special type of Subutex addict. Some programs are specific to women or teens, helping these two groups of people enter into a safe, supportive program with peers who understand their struggles with Subutex. Luxury treatment facilities offer amenities that can help make treatment as enjoyable as possible. Holistic centers treat the patient as a whole, with the use of Eastern medicinal practices to manage withdrawal and the recovery process.
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