Suboxone Treatment in Nashville at Suboxone Nashville

Chances are, if you’re here either you or someone you know is struggling with addiction. You’re not alone.

Addiction has just recently bypassed alcoholism, making it epidemic in proportion. According to, “over 64,000 people died in 2016 from addiction“. You read that right – that’s sixty four thousand husbands, wives, daughters, sons, brothers, sisters, cousins, friends, uncles, aunts, etc who died from addiction-related circumstances in 2016 alone.

Suboxone, Subutex, Buprenorphine, Naloxone, etc., may help prevent addiction-related deaths by reducing the number of people taking these dangerously addictive narcotic medications. Let’s not forget heroin too, since it becomes the “cheap alternative” to those when medications are cut-off or impossible to purchase at the pharmacy, or on the street. Many in Nashville and surrounding middle-Tennessee cities will agree that addiction is at an all time high, and continues to grow at a steady pace.

Suboxone Nashville Provides Replacement Therapy for Narcotic Addiction
Suboxone Nashville provides Suboxone treatment plans known as “replacement therapy”. Suboxone is a prescription medicine consisting of Buprenorphine and Naloxone. Suboxone is taken in lieu of narcotics, helping the brain and body “feel” like it has taken a pan-relieving narcotic. However, it does not produce the typical “high” that comes with taking Hydrocodone, Percocet, Oxycodone, Roxycodone, Lortab, opiates, opioids and heroin.

Naloxone (Narcan™) is a key ingredient for Suboxone Nashville’s drug replacement therapy. According to, “Naloxone is a drug that temporarily counteracts opioid overdose. It has been in use among medical professionals since the 1970s, but it has recently been approved in new forms such as nasal sprays, making the drug easy to administer for those without medical training. Several lawmakers and physicians all over the globe believe that wider distribution of naloxone will help to prevent thousands of overdose deaths worldwide every year.
The medication has also been added to some medication-assisted therapies to end opioid dependence, such as combining naloxone and buprenorphine to create Suboxone. The addition of naloxone is intended to reduce the potential for a person to tamper with the drug and get high from buprenorphine. Naloxone only works to temporarily prevent opioid drugs from binding to the brain, so if a person uses narcotics in combination with other drugs, such as alcohol or benzodiazepines, the overdose will be more difficult to reverse.”

The Suboxone Treatment Result?
Most often people return to work. Become better parents, better sons and daughters, better husbands and wives, contribute to society, and begin living again. Those most successful with Suboxone treatment are those who take recovery seriously and have joined a 12-step program such as AA or NA, are working with a sponsor, and attend meetings regularly.

Those who are addicted know the feeling of running out of pills, never feeling they have enough, having their thoughts overrun by just simply trying to locate enough narcotics to keep their body from feeling like it’s coming apart.

Withdrawals are no laughing matter, and Suboxone can relive withdraw symptoms, transitioning an addict from completely miserable to feeling almost completely normal, often in less than 30 minutes.

Stop struggling with narcotic addiction.  You don’t have to suffer any longer. Call or text (615) 431-3701, or click the Schedule Suboxone Therapy button below.

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