Corebella Recovery & Wellness specializes in Suboxone therapy for addiction. Suboxone is used to treat opiate and substance dependency, Suboxone is a tablet that is dissolved under the tongue of the patient. Suboxone contains two active drugs Buprenorphine which blocks the opiate receptors in the brain and Naloxone which blocks the effects of opiates, especially in overdose. Together these drugs eradicate the withdrawal symptoms and combat the addiction cravings.
About Opiate Addiction
Opiate addiction is a very dangerous and potentially deadly condition, and requires long term treatment and care to overcome. Prolonged use of opiates can lead to nerve damage in the brain, which causes cells to stop producing their own opiates. When this happens the body loses its ability to stop pain, this leads to an opiate addiction.
Long Term Use
Long term use of opiates leads to physical dependence, which causes withdrawal. Withdrawal is a physical illness that results when an individual stops using opiates, and it can be difficult and potentially deadly to cope with.
Many of the signs and symptoms of opiate addiction can be difficult to spot. Some of the signs are. Track marks or needle marks, lethargic or heavy limbs, wearing long sleeves, hanging out with different groups, borrowing excessive amounts of money. These are just a few of many possible symptoms to watch for.