Online Suboxone Care Program
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Online Suboxone Care Program | Klinic
Are you looking to break free from opioid addiction? Our online Suboxone care program is the No.1 option for those seeking to overcome their opioid dependence. We offer a complete and fully support care program that works.
Together, we will help you break free from opioid use and reclaim your life.
Quit Opioids With Our Online Suboxone Program
At Klinic, we support people seeking to quit opioids. Our online treatment program is designed to offer complete support as you quit opioids. Our doctors prescribe Suboxone in order to reduce opioid cravings while relieving your withdrawal symptoms.
We administer Suboxone as part of a complete treatment program. This program includes online counseling, coursework, and behavioral therapies. With online doctor’s appointments, we will regularly check-in with you and monitor your progress, all from the comfort and privacy of your own home.
If you are addicted to opioids, our online Suboxone program is here to help. Contact a member of our team today.
What Is Suboxone?
Suboxone is a brand-name prescription drug that is used to treat dependence on opioids. It contains two drugs: naloxone and buprenorphine. It has been shown to reduce opioid misuse. As a Schedule III prescription drug, it has an accepted medical use, though it has the potential to be abused. Buprenorphine is an opioid partial agonist-antagonist. Effectively, this means that while it has similar effects as opioids, it also blocks other opioid effects. It works by reducing cravings and relieving withdrawal symptoms. Naloxone is included in order to prevent abuse of Suboxone. As an opioid antagonist, it blocks the effects of opioids. There are four available strengths for Suboxone; your doctor will prescribe the best dosage for you. It comes as an oral film, taken either under the tongue or between the cheek and gums. It then dissolves in the mouth and begins to work within 30 to 60 minutes. Generally, there are two treatment phases for taking Suboxone: induction and maintenance.