Archive for August 2018
Save Your Family – Get Clean and Stop the Cycle of Addiction
Imagine growing up in a family where frequent drug and alcohol abuse is the norm. Not only is this common, it creates the perception that drug and alcohol abuse are “normal”, when in fact they aren’t. Children exposed to frequent drug and alcohol abuse are tormented by family members with sporadic behavior, irrational decision-making, and…Read More
Life After 4 Weeks Clean
It’s hard to imagine 4 days clean, let alone 4 weeks clean when you’re stuck in addiction. Yet, seeing long-term sobriety after starting Suboxone Therapy at Nashville Recovery is something we get to see every day. We recently asked a patient few questions upon celebrating their first month in sobriety. Though we can’t mention her…Read More
Generic Suboxone Prices Continue to Drop
Whether you’re new to addiction recovery in Nashville or a veteran, you can appreciate saving money on medications. The great news is, the generic Suboxone tablets (buprenorphine and naloxone) continues to drop thanks to a price war between two of the generic tablet manufacturers. The White Pill or the Orange Pill – Which One is…Read More
New Generic Suboxone Strip to Cost Less – If It Makes it to Market
Suboxone – a medication used to treat opioid use disorder – is sadly inaccessible to a lot of people due to one simple factor: COST $$$ But that’s about to change. Last month, a supplier of generic drugs – Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories – was allowed by a Delaware Court to produce a generic version of…Read More
What is Suboxone and How Does it Work?
Suboxone is the brand name of a combination of naloxone and buprenorphine, the latter of which has an effect on the brain similar to that of heroin and other opiate narcotics. Naloxone blocks the ability for opiates to attach to the opioid receptors. … When taken as directed, Suboxone can work. A Common Suboxone Experience: Eliminates withdrawal symptoms Removes…Read More
Can You Be Allergic to Suboxone or Have a Negative Reaction While Taking Suboxone?
The answer is “yes” you can have an allergy to Suboxone, but it requires some explanation: Suboxone is a brand name for the drugs Buprenorphine and Naloxone. Suboxone is manufactured by Indivior UK Limited. Most people who claim to have an allergic reaction to Suboxone are actually experiencing an allergy (or negative reaction) to Naloxone.…Read More
How to Get Reimbursed by Your Insurance Company for Suboxone Visits
Did you know that many insurance companies will reimburse you for all or part of your Suboxone visit costs? Many patient’s we share this with are completely unaware that they can get reimbursed for their Suboxone therapy visit costs by sending the proper documentation to their insurance company. Most every private insurance company has a…Read More