Addiction Topic Keyword: Suboxone Use (p. 1 of 1)

  • What is Suboxone?

    What is Suboxone?

    Suboxone is Buprenorphine and Naloxone and it is a sublingual film that comes in orange and has a logo imprinted on it with white ink. This is an opioid medication that is designed to provide a lesser euphoric effect in comparison to similar drugs such as Morphine, Heroin and Codeine. The purpose of this medication is to treat addiction to opiate drugs. It can also be used for a number of other...

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  • 10 Telltale Suboxone Addiction Symptoms

    10 Telltale Suboxone Addiction Symptoms

    While suboxone is generally used in the treatment of addiction to opiates, some people can become addicted to suboxone if abused, or taken without a doctor's approval. If you or someone you know has been using suboxone and suspect an addiction, there are telltale signs of suboxone addiction symptoms you can watch out for.
    According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, even when...

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  • Signs That You're Addicted to Suboxone

    Signs That You're Addicted to Suboxone

    Suboxone is a medication with a potential for addiction. This is especially true when the Suboxone is injected, because its Narcan component is quite capable of causing opiate withdrawal symptoms. Suboxone addiction is defined as a compulsive use of the medication that leads to dependence either on a physical or psychological level.
    Suboxone is designed to be used by people who are addicted...

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