How Does Suboxone Work and Why Do Opioid Addicts Need it?
“Suboxone” is the brand-name for Buprenorphine and Naloxone. There are now multiple generic versions of Suboxone available by prescription from a doctor who obtains an X-DEA license or “X-Waiver” as it is often referred. It is this “XDEA Waiver” that allows them to prescribe Suboxone. This is also reason most general practitioners do not prescribe…Read More
Generic Suboxone Tablets Hit All-Time Low Price of $56 for 56 Tabs – Updated June 9, 2020
Updated June 9, 2020! It wasn’t that long ago that people in need of buprenorphine & naloxone (aka: Suboxone) were required to shell out over $450 for a one month supply of Indivior UK’s patented Suboxone sublingual films. Thankfully, a generic tablet came along and changed all that. In 2017, 56 generic tablets costed roughly…Read More
Suboxin? Sabozone? Zabozone? Suboxone!
It’s funny how many ways people can spell Suboxone. Suboxone is a word rarely used outside of the recovery community, but is a staple for those who have struggled with opioid addiction. Suboxone is considered a miracle drug by many, since it virtually eliminates withdrawals and cravings by partially covering opioid receptors. Hence the terms,…Read More
Generic Suboxone Films Coming to Nashville on the Cheap
If you’re in opioid recovery, then chances are you’ve tried Suboxone sublingual films, Zubsolv, Bunavail, Subutex and/or the generic Suboxone tablets. Until now, those have been the only options for people needing Buprenorphine as part of their MAT recovery. What if there’s an option of getting a generic Suboxone film at a fraction of the…Read More
Maybe It’s Time You Got Some Help with Your Addiction
Getting clean might not be as difficult as you might imagine. Technology has changed in the past 5-10 years, making getting off pills (and even heroin) easier than ever before. The Suboxone doctors and staff at Nashville Suboxone Recovery treat each patient as an individual, helping them overcome addiction, as well as how to avoid…Read More
Lofexadine: Clonadine in Disguise?
Recently the FDA approved a medication called lofexidine (Lucemyra) for the treatment of opioid withdrawal. Article provided by Harvard Health Publishing Lofexidine is in a class of medications called alpha-2-adrenergic agonists, which act on the nervous system and can cause sedation, mild pain relief, and relaxation. This class of medications has been used to treat…Read More
The 5-Part Addiction Recovery Program at Nashville Suboxone Recovery
When searching for an addiction recovery solution, you need to find an outpatient Suboxone clinic that best serves your needs. Better yet, you need to work with a clinic that can help you end your addiction once and for all. The Only 5-Part Suboxone Recovery Program Clinic in Middle Tennessee Nashville Suboxone Recovery is the…Read More
You are NOT Your Addiction
Trapped inside most addicts is a person of intelligence, honesty, kindness, love, and grace. The person you see now is not the person who actually exists. Addiction takes away the choices and the good qualities that we attics have to offer. Addiction destroys our loves, our careers and our families, because making sure we have…Read More
Recovery Takes Time – Make Sure You Choose the Right Clinic
It’s nearly impossible to unwind 5, 10 or 15 years of addiction in two months. Recovery from opioid addiction is a life-long process that begins with medication, therapy, and support. Some people say it takes your body chemistry a full year to “reset” after quitting narcotic intake. Some say longer. Physically, mentally and spiritually (yes,…Read More
We’re Now Open Every Other Saturday!
It’s True! Nashville Recovery is now open every other Saturday beginning July 14, 2018 from 9am to 2pm! Click HERE Schedule your Saturday Appointment You can use our online appointments system to schedule your appointment. Or, you can call or text us at (615) 431-3701 to schedule your appointment! Getting relief from opioid addiction isn’t…Read More