91 Opioid Deaths Per Day in the US Alone

In November 2017, President Trump declared opiate abuse as “epidemic” in the U.S., thanks to the current average of 91 deaths in per day in the U.S. alone from opiate overdoes. If you, or someone you know is struggling with opioid addiction, now is the time to do something about it.

Call or text Nashville Recovery at (615) 431-3701 to start a doctor-assisted recovery program without withdrawals or cravings.

Don’t want to see family, friends or coworkers become a statistic? Suboxone treatment is currently the #1 treatment for battling narcotic addiction. Why? Because it works.

Like a diabetic needs insulin, addicts need opioids. Or, they at least need an opioid antagonist. That’s exactly what Suboxone is – an opioid antagonist. Suboxone offers relief from narcotic addiction by eliminating withdrawals, preventing people from getting “high”, blocking users from taking opioids, removing cravings, and allowing most users to return to a normal life.

Suboxone works because it was chemically engineered to work as an opioid antagonist. Suboxone covers the opioid receptors in the brain, relieving the patient from withdrawal symptoms, cravings, desires, tiredness, and allows them to feel “normal” again.

Do Patient’s Get “High” from Suboxone?
Some Suboxone recipients say they feel a touch of euphoria their first week to ten days of use when first starting a Suboxone treatment program. However, this euphoria is often short-lived, leaving patient’s feeling quite normal.

Know someone struggling with opioid addiction? Here’s what it’s like:

“The very first day I took Suboxone, I remember thinking, this is a miracle drug! It was the very first time I’d felt like I did before this mess started. I felt normal again. I remembered how I used to feel – before I took my first pill. Feeling normal is very motivational for me, since you can’t even remember what it’s like when you’re in the middle of it.
Drugs take over and become all you can think about. Do I have enough pills? Will I run out? Who can I call to get more? What do I have to sell or steal to buy enough to not get sick? It’s a vicious cycle that you can’t even see when you’re in the middle. Lying become second-nature. Whatever it takes to get your pills, that’s what you do. No one can understand it unless they’ve been through it themselves. Friends and family think you’re nuts, because you are. You forget what it’s like to care about anything else. I stopped playing music, stopped being a dad, stopped calling my friends and family. Shit, nothing mattered. Nothing. Just pills, pills, pills, and more pills.
I f-ing hated every day of my life on pills, but I couldn’t stop. No one can, not without help. Suboxone changed everything for me. I felt normal, like myself, for the first time in over 10 years. I was able to see again, feel again, love again. My friends and family can’t believe the changes they’ve seen in me in the last couple of weeks. My mom told me she could see into my eyes, and I think she meant I was actually looking back at her. It makes me cry when I think about how sick I was. I owe it all to Suboxone. Without it, I’d probably be dead.
If I have to take it (Suboxone) for the rest of my life, I’m fine with that. I’m getting my life back, and I thought that was impossible – until Suboxone.”
Nashville Recovery patient A.B. – Brentwood, TN

Don’t become a statistic – Call Nashville Recovery today and make the one and only change that works. Nashville Recovery offers doctor-assisted Suboxone therapy including regular visits with a certified addiction therapist and ongoing education.

If you or someone you know is looking to get clean, Nashville Recovery is the best place to do it.

Nashville Recovery
5722 Hickory Plaza, Suite C1
Nashville, TN 37211
(615) 431-3701

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