Suboxone and Methadone Detoxification
Suboxone is also known as Buprenorphine, a drug which is known to destroy the lives of individuals. It is a partial opioid agonist, meaning the qualities are alike to opiates. When starting any habit, it all starts with a thought, first and foremost, then the action comes next. When cutting out a drug habit, it is a wise decision not to replace one drug for another drug. Especially when it comes to deadly opioids. So it happens, patients get prescribed Suboxone or Methadone because they want to escape the terrifyingly painful withdrawal symptoms and cravings that they are feeling from past opiate usage such as Heroin during the detox stage. However, withdrawal symptoms from Suboxone and Methadone can be just as severe or worse than Heroin withdrawal. Unfortunately, patients get prescribed Suboxone and Methadone from trained physicians.
At Rapid Drug Detox Center, board certified physicians know that Suboxone and Methadone addiction is real and dangerous and it is on the rise. Our certified professionals want all patients to realize that drugs destroy and diminish the human body. Rapid Drug Detox Center offers Heroin, Methadone and Suboxone detoxification. The RDD Method is safely administered and supervised by top of the line, board certified physicians.
Suboxone and Methadone work in a similar way to opiates, as it is in close relationship to opioids, it binds to the receptors in the brain linking to pain and pleasure. The user then becomes addicted to these sensations because the human body has disabled its way of producing hormones that increase pain relief and pleasure hormones on its own. The brain now lacks the ability to create normal thoughts, feelings, and sensations. Side effects such as: moodiness, personality changes, dizziness, nausea, diarrhea, chills, body aches and pains can be avoided when patients undergo detoxification at the Rapid Drug Detox Center. The facility provides a new and improved method to drug detoxification treatment. The RDD Method will help you on your way to a bright future and a drug free life.