Overcoming Addictions LLC


Overcoming Addictions LLC

Overcoming Addictions LLC

Addiction Treatment Center located in
Minneapolis, MN
Suboxone® is the gold standard of medically assisted treatment for people with an opioid dependency. The medication isn’t just backed by scientific evidence and proven to be highly effective, it’s also safe enough for you to detox at home. Board-certified specialists and professionals at Overcoming Addictions LLC prescribe Suboxone and provide comprehensive opioid detox and recovery through telehealth, allowing you to get the help you need no matter where you live. To schedule an in-person or telehealth appointment, call the office in Minneapolis, Minnesota, today.

Suboxone Q & A

What is Suboxone?

Suboxone contains two medicines, buprenorphine and naloxone. These two medications do an exceptional job of helping people
break their dependency on opioids, such as heroin, morphine, codeine, oxycodone, and hydrocodone.
The drugs in Suboxone allow you to safely detox by stopping your cravings and preventing withdrawal symptoms. Overcoming
Addictions LLC can write a prescription for Suboxone, then you take it at home. You have regular follow-up appointments, but you can
get all of your care through telehealth visits.

What happens during Suboxone treatment?

Your Suboxone treatment goes through three stages. The stages don’t follow a precise time frame; you progress through them as you
feel ready.

Induction phase

You take your first dose of Suboxone when you’re in the early stages of withdrawal from opioids. Your provider coordinates the timing
during your initial telehealth or in-person appointment. Then they send the prescription to your preferred pharmacy, and you take a
dose of Suboxone each day.

Stabilization phase

When you no longer have cravings, your provider adjusts your Suboxone dose and you enter the stabilization phase. During this time,
  you keep taking Suboxone and still have regular appointments because you may need a higher or lower dose.

Maintenance phase

After your cravings stop, which can take months, you keep taking a steady dose of Suboxone to ensure new cravings don’t appear and
send you into relapse. You can stay in this phase indefinitely, but once you feel ready, don’t suddenly stop taking Suboxone. It’s
important to let your provider slowly taper down your dose.
Once you’re done with Suboxone, you may need another medication. Overcoming Addictions LLC provides medication management
for as long as you need it. Additionally, they can restart Suboxone if your opioid cravings return.

What is medically assisted treatment (MAT) with Suboxone?

MAT successfully treats opioid addictions by combining Suboxone with counseling, which is essential for maintaining your recovery.
Therapy helps you learn to identify and manage the emotions, thoughts, habits, and social or work challenges that might tempt you to
relapse and start taking opioids again.

Hope, Help, Heal.

You Don’t Have to do This Alone.

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