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Opioids are potent painkillers and highly addictive drugs. As a
group, opioids include heroin, as well as prescription
medications such as fentanyl, oxycodone (Oxycontin®),
hydrocodone (Vicodin®), morphine, and codeine.
Opioids are so powerful that it’s easy to take a dose large
enough to stop your heart unknowingly. This makes them
especially dangerous when addiction leads to taking
progressively higher doses.

Even when you take opioids to alleviate pain, you’ll feel the
rush of euphoria that develops when opioids activate your
brain’s reward system and trigger a large release of
endorphins. Continuous opioid use causes physical changes in
the brain, leading to an irresistible craving for the drug. That’s
when you’re addicted.

Signs Of Opioid Addication

There are three vital signs of a substance abuse disordersuch as an opioid addiction:

Impaired control
You can’t control the urge to use the drug, therefore, youcan’t stop using it. You keep using the drug despite thepotentially harmful consequences

Social problems
You start to avoid daily activities and fail to meetresponsibilities at work and home so you can takedrugs. You may take dangerous risks to obtain anduse opioids.

Drug effects
You begin to build up a tolerance to opioids, so youneed ever-increasing doses to achieve the samehigh. Additionally, you have withdrawal symptomsif you don’t take the drug.

Signs Of Opioid Addication

At AgeWellDr we uses Suboxone®, Subutex, Bunavail or Zubsolv to help patients break their opioid addiction. Suboxone contains two medications, buprenorphine, and naloxone. Buprenorphine prevents withdrawal symptoms and cravings, while naloxone prevents misuse of Suboxone.
You’ll receive your Suboxone treatment in office or at your homeunder Dr. Islam’s close supervision. During the first stage, you slowly detox, eliminating opioids while taking Suboxone.
Once your cravings stop, you’ll continue taking a maintenance dose of Suboxone and start counseling.
When it’s time to stop taking Suboxone, Dr. Islam gradually lowers the dose and continues to monitor your progress, adjusting your treatment if your cravings return.

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