Treatment for adults who are addicted to (dependent on) opioid drugs.
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What is Buprenorphine?
Buprenorphine is a medication designated for maintenance treatment of opioid dependence in a doctor’s office setting. It is a partial opioid agonist that blocks other opioids from attaching to opioid receptors in the brain. Buprenorphine can help patients stay in treatment by controlling cravings and decreasing withdrawal symptoms. With counseling and support, buprenorphine can be used as a complete treatment plan.
How Does Buprenorphine Work?
Buprenorphine works by strongly binding to opioid receptors:
- When opioids attach to the receptors, dopamine is released, causing pleasurable feelings to be produced.
- As opioids leave the receptors, pleasurable feelings fade, and withdrawal symptoms begin.
- Buprenorphine attaches firmly to receptors. At proper doses, buprenorphine fills most receptors and blocks other opioids from attaching.
Benefits of Buprenorphine
- Suppresses opioid withdrawal symptoms
- Reducing opioid cravings
- Reducing illicit opioid use
- Blocking the effects of other opioids
- Helping patients stay in treatment
Here’s what our clients had to say about our services:
Results are unreal- never seen anything like this to transform a person’s life in a matter of minutes.
Miracle in a bottle!
Suboxone gave me my life back!
God in a bottle!