How to Taper off of Suboxone – Without Going Through Withdrawals!

Do you have a plan for tapering off of Suboxone?

Has your Nashville Suboxone doctor discussed a long-term strategy for helping you taper off of Suboxone?

If you, or someone you know is taking Suboxone (Buprenorphine and Naloxone, Subutex, Bunavail, Zubsolv), make sure your recovery clinic has at least discussed a long-term plan regarding your eventual taper off of Suboxone. Maybe it’s 8 months, maybe it’s 5 years. Each patient is unique.

No one wants to be vulnerable to relapse, right? It’s important to discuss a long-term recovery plan that includes a Suboxone taper with your Nashville Suboxone doctor, to avoid the habit of paying a clinic for prescriptions month after month.

Nashville Recovery believes each patient has a “replacement therapy timeline” in which medicine is critical to their recovery. After which, it’s time to consider a long-term Suboxone taper.

Along with recovery meetings, therapy, and perhaps a 12-step program, Nashville Recovery’s goal for every patient is assist them in recovery, and eventually be Suboxone-free.

Both you and your clinic should be working hand-in-hand, creating a long-term recovery program that is multi-faceted. Both you and your clinic should have a goal that includes eventually doing a long-term Suboxone taper. If done correctly, the discomfort can be minimal, without missing work or important family events.

Does my Nashville Suboxone doctor-clinic have my best interests in mind? Or, are they simply taking my money every month?

As Nashville Recovery patient A. B. recently stated: “If your Nashville Suboxone doctor has not discussed a long-term plan that involves you eventually tapering off of Suboxone, then you need to run away as fast as you can and find a new Nashville Suboxone clinic.”

Experience a better type of outpatient narcotic recovery that has your best interests in-mind. Nashville Suboxone Recovery offers narcotic addiction recovery that involves respecting you, creating a long-term recovery plan, and a Suboxone taper.

What about Suboxone Withdrawals?
Tapering off of Suboxone doesn’t have to be painful. While there is some discomfort in weaning away from any narcotic, a physician-guided Suboxone taper can be done over a very long period of time using over-the-counter medicines that ease the discomfort. Nashville Recovery can help you taper off of Suboxone. All you have to do is call.

Call or text Nashville Suboxone Recovery today at (615) 431-3701


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