We Have a Thinking Problem, Not a Drug Problem
When I entered treatment on November 1, 2013 I was convinced that just as soon as my drug problem was solved, all of my problems would be solved. Nothing could have been further from the truth. Not to mention, it took me 7 attempts to get clean, all of which failed until I combined three…Read More
Pain vs. Opioid Withdrawal – Can You Tell the Difference? Part 2 of 2
It only takes a little bit of pain to feel uncomfortable when dealing with possible withdrawal. My first attempt at getting clean was using inpatient recovery, which for me didn’t work. The reason it didn’t work was because I went back to my old environment, my same home, my same habits, and everything snapped back…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
Alvogen Generic Suboxone Film Hits the Addiction Market
Dr. Reddy was the first (as far as we know) to bring a generic Suboxone sublingual film to the market. Now, they have some competition. Alvogen, a fairly large pharmaceutical research and manufacturing company is based in Korea and produces over 350 pharma products. According to their website they are primarily focused on creating generic…Read More
Addiction Sucks… Thank God There’s a Solution
Addiction Sucks. Thank God there’s a solution right here in Middle Tennessee. Nashville Recovery empowers people to tackle their addiction once and for all, but that’s not all. We also help our people transform their lives by providing a series of tips and suggestions for their first four months in recovery. No wonder we’re one…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
Get Clean, Change Your Life, and Save Money?
Many people in the throws of addiction are surprised at just how much money they spend on the street buying pills. Especially, when they look at it on a monthly basis. “It’s easy to spend $600 to $700 a week on Oxy when you buy it on the street.” Many people who are buying pills…Read More
Accepting New Patients Tuesday January 15 & Friday January 18!
Did you know you do NOT need insurance to get into opioid recovery with medication and therapy? You can start at Nashville Suboxone Recovery for just $200. No kidding. Most patients get their first two weeks of medication absolutely free. (See doctor for details) And, we’re accepting new patients on the following days: Tuesday, January…Read More
Medication Assisted Treatment with Suboxone at Nashville Recovery Saving Lives
Medication Assisted Treatment, or “M.A.T.” as it’s called, combines behavioral therapy and medications to treat substance use disorders. Nashville Suboxone Recovery offers an MBA-level therapist, along with medical doctors to treat patients who suffer from opioid addiction. The most common medication prescribed for opioid addiction is Buprenorphine. Buprenorphine works as an opioid agonist / antagonist that blocks…Read More
2018 was an amazing year at Nashville Suboxone Recovery. We saw so many new patients gather the courage to say goodbye to their opioid addiction, and say hello to outpatient recovery with Suboxone and personalized therapy. Why Suboxone? Suboxone is an antagonist, telling your brain it’s getting the narcotic medicine it needs to function normally,…Read More