Nashville Suboxone Clinic
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
How to Stay Clean through the 2020 Holiday Season
Great recovery is something you do all year long. However, the holiday season seems to be a difficult time for many who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. The parties, the celebrations, this was a time when typically I would use more drugs and alcohol then typical. I got clean in December of 2013. Not only…Read More
How Long Should I Stay on Suboxone?
Medication Assisted Recovery (ie: MAT) is used for treating those who are chemically-dependent on opioid drugs. (ie: OxyContin, oxycodone, heroin, hydrocodone, Opana, oxymorphone, etc.) Suboxone (buprenorphine & naloxone) is used to help “virtually eliminate withdrawals and cravings”, while also helping prevent relapse. Though some people report feeling minor euphoria when first taking Suboxone, they typically…Read More
Generic Suboxone Tablets Hit All-Time Low Price of $34 for 56 Tabs
It wasn’t that long ago when people seeking a Suboxone doctor in Nashville for opioid addiction treatment were paying over $400 per month for their medications. If you were lucky you might have had health insurance paying for all or part of your Suboxone medication costs. At one time I was paying over $950 per…Read More
What Happens if You Stay Addicted?
Having been hopeless, anxious and depressed for over 10 years thanks to opioid addiction, I can tell you exactly what happens when you don’t take action against your addiction. In short, life absolutely sucks. That’s because opioids are like a chameleon in the way they trick your brain into thinking things are okay. Living Day…Read More
Generic Suboxone Films Causing Withdrawals, Rashes and Stomach Aches – Alvogen Sandoz Dr Reddys Santoz Mylan
UPDATED 7/7/2020 Generic Suboxone sublingual films are somewhat new to the opioid addiction market. Their arrival was due in part to the appeal of Indivior UK’s patent of Suboxone sublingual films in July of 2019 (full article). Indivior UK felt both Dr. Reddy’s and Alvogen generic Suboxone films were infringing on their copyright. The FDA…Read More
Wal-Mart Sams Club Pharmacies End Suboxone Sales in Nashville
Are we in the midst of an addiction crisis, or not? Could there be a worse time for retail giants Wal-Mart and Sams Club to pull the plug on the sale of Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail and other generic buprenorphine/naloxone medications? We think not. Nashville Recovery staff were notified on Monday, November 18, 2019 that beginning…Read More
What Makes a Great Addiction Recovery Experience?
If you ask someone who lives in the Nashville area who’s already in recovery about their recovery, you’ll get mixed opinions. Some people are happy getting clean anywhere that prescribes Suboxone. Others, who don’t wish to be treated like cattle require a more personalized experience. This is where Nashville Suboxone Recovery shines. Nashville Suboxone Recovery…Read More
How to Easily Save $1000’s in Addiction Recovery
Addiction can destroy a family’s financial stability in no time. Begging, borrowing and stealing money, looking for things to pawn, piling up credit card debt and paycheck loans, etc. Sound familiar? The Financial Facts About Addiction A moderate oxycodone user spends an average $150 to $200 per day buying pills on the street. That’s over…Read More
Say Goodbye to Your Drug Addiction – Say Hello to Happiness and Purpose
2019 has been an amazing year at Nashville Suboxone Recovery! Hundreds of of people who’ve been struggling with opioid addiction have gathered the courage to say goodbye to their opioid addiction, and hello to outpatient recovery with Suboxone and personalized therapy. The transformations have been nothing short of miracles. Why Suboxone? Suboxone tells the brain…Read More