Get the Addiction Help You Need With Suboxone Treatment

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Opioid use disorder (OUD) has become a global problem. And if you feel you’re one of the many millions affected, please reach out to us at BHFS Medical and Behavioral Services in Lewisville, TX. We know it may seem like an uphill battle, but we’re here to find the most effective treatment for you. Among other therapies, Suboxone could offer the game-changing advantage you need.

We also promise a fully confidential, judgment-free environment where you can comfortably and candidly discuss your concerns. So, if you’d like help, we implore you to get in touch with us today. We also warmly welcome those near Carrollton, Denton, Plano, Flower Mound, Irving, Little Elm, and Frisco to pay us an in-person visit.

We’re here to help you overcome addiction and enjoy a brighter, drug-free future

Opioid use disorder (OUD) has become a grave threat to the health of innumerable individuals. It affects tens of millions to some degree, and such drug misuse causes tens of thousands of deaths every year.

Numerous practices fall under the umbrella of OUD, including overuse of prescribed drugs or the continued use of such substances after the specified period. The crisis is also identified by the mental impact on sufferers, who may wish to quit yet cannot do so due to cravings, withdrawals, and other roadblocks.

Furthermore, prolonged use creates a dependence that detrimentally affects every facet of one’s life. Yet, there’s hope. At BHFS Medical and Behavioral Services, we’ve helped many patients escape the downward spiral that leads to ruin. And there’s nothing we’d like better than to help you overcome your obstacles so you can enjoy a longer, happier, healthier life.

Suboxone offers a game-changing advantage in the battle against opioid use disorder

Suboxone contains buprenorphine and naloxone. The former, buprenorphine, is what’s known as an opioid partial agonist. It somewhat mimics an opioid and produces some of the effects, though to a lesser degree and in a much safer way. Most importantly, it has an upper limit, so upping the dose will not yield a more euphoric high. Therefore, it aims to prevent overdoses and help patients slowly wean themselves from such substances.

The latter drug in Suboxone, called naloxone, is not an agonist but an antagonist. It blocks the effects of full opioids. And in combination, they provide an indispensable ally against OUD.

Suboxone allows individuals to more gradually and comfortably win back their freedom from opioids rather than attempting it cold turkey. It also helps in the short term by squashing cravings and averting withdrawal symptoms: two of the main hurdles keeping many from realizing their dreams and wishes for recovery and a better life. It also negates the effects of any opioids in your system for 24 hours.

Ready to regain your life? Reach out to us today

You don’t have to go it alone, and you don’t have to do it the hard way. We’re eager to offer you multiple avenues of support: social, physical, mental, and pharmacological. And through our time-tested, compassion-based strategies and medication-assisted treatment program, you too can crush your addiction. A better future is within your reach. If you live near Carrollton, Denton, Plano, Flower Mound, Irving, Little Elm, Frisco, Aubrey, or The Colony, all you have to do is contact us at BHFS Medical and Behavioral Services in Lewisville to get started.

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