FEAR OF GETTING OFF SUBOXONE® – Fear no longer…. here is the way out.


Read the full Dennis video below:

"Hi, my name is Dennis Hansen, thanks for listening today, are you taking suboxone and are you afraid of jumping? Have you developed a dependence on suboxone? Has your life changed but now you feel like you want to go and get away from this drug? That may not be so easy, we have discovered that many patients who have become dependent on suboxone are very fearful of stopping this drug.I am here to say that fear is justified in some cases.In general terms, the process of abstinence of suboxone is very different from short-acting opioids.The short-acting opioids produce very intense acute withdrawal symptoms, they are very predictable.However, suboxone or buprenorphine produce much less severe symptoms, however, the symptoms are much more prolonged, they take a much longer period of time to fully run their course.We also realize that the withdrawal symptoms of suboxone are very much s mental. Patients who, in the past, never had problems with depression seems that everyone has depression when in Suboxone out. Then, at the New Beginnings Recovery Center in South Florida, we specialize in helping patients who in the past were afraid to jump. In fact, we have many patients who come from all over the country who have not found any local professionals who are skilled enough to guide them in this difficult time. We have a series of different medications, different supplements, and face challenges head-on. Some of the symptoms that are the main concern with abstinence from suboxone after a long period of use are insomnia … Insomnia is probably the number one offender. In New Beginnings we aggressively treat insomnia in many different ways. It is possible that the drugs that are used initially do not necessarily work after one or two weeks, therefore, we have discovered that you must be flexible and you must accumulate several different medications to obtain the result achieved when sleeping. So we have discovered that if we are able to make patients sleep, everything else seems to go better. Anxiety is a problem; We have found ways that do not alter the mood to treat anxiety. There are certain medications that help deal with the cravings that are associated with skipping opioids. Depression is another area of ​​concern. In general terms, depression is not really a problem when it comes to leaving a short-acting opium, but it is a problem for that same person who has depended on suboxone. So, there are several ways to treat these symptoms aggressively and that is what we specialize in New Beginnings Recovery Center. Then, if you discover that your doctor does not know how to become discouraged or is not sure, or if you have not succeeded and have tried to quit, consider going to our clinic. We are located in South Florida. Many patients fly here for a weekend. All we need for you is an hour or two here at our clinic and we can make our follow-up visits over the phone, call your local pharmacy to get medications during the night. So consider if you have been dependent for a while, and really want a good solution, we can help you and there is a way out of this, there is a way out of it in a relatively painless way. That's the New Beginnings Recovery Center, 561-790-4177, thanks for listening today. "

What makes NBRC different?
We have spent more than 10 years perfecting our treatment approach, which has allowed us to help thousands of people with our outpatient services. From detoxification to treatment and aftercare, you can now receive treatment on your own terms, successfully and safely, while attending to your work, school or family obligations. Our staff here at NBRC is concerned about contacting you again. By focusing on long-term results, we produce different results and permanent results.

What programs do we offer?
• Detoxification for outpatients: safe and comfortable detoxification without a confined and expensive hospitalization while keeping you in charge of your life.
• Outpatient program: it is offered day or night so you can continue with your daily life.
• Community-based housing: men and women have the option of living in our home. We provide the necessary transportation to go shopping, local activities and appointments.
• Aftercare: stay connected with us at our events and activities. We also help with the construction of resumes, job placement and life skills.

It does not have to be this way!

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Video credits to New Beginnings Recovery Center YouTube channel





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    FEAR OF GETTING OFF SUBOXONE® – Fear no longer…. here is the way out.

    Comments 38

    1. TAPER SLOW..Simple as that..And Don't be on it for longer than 4-5 Months..No more than 4-8 Mgs.

    2. Hey just wanted to say thanks for making these videos. I live in the stix of Pa and just actually realized that maybe not every detox and rehab is the same monotonous, cookie cutter, impersonal, AA NA, suboxone and subutex being dispensed once daily for 5 days, waste of a regimen at recovery. Not only does the doctor there not say 1100 of what Dr Hansen says in this video for your entire stay but he actually goes out of his way to fuck with the patients and his own staff but actually makes no attempt at communicating with you after that first intake. Subutex in the morning, Trazadone at night, Tylenol in between. Go to class lectures. Have a nice life if you actually last 28 days. Whoomp there it is.

    3. you know just really makes me want to throw up the God damn doctors want you to get hooked on Suboxone they God damn well know that it is very physically and mentally addictive the sons of b**** doctors are to be thrown under the f**** jail and that's what the hell I got to say about it!!!

    4. Good god . Sounds like ur going to just put people on one drug after another. Whoever came up with this concept should go straight to hell !

    5. I need to get off of Subies but I can't sleep now. I sleep for 3 hrs/night and withdrawal will kill those 3 hrs. I just can't handle detoxing from Bup. It's been 10 years taking these strips and I'm very addicted to them. Mostly emotional addiction but they keep me from flipping out.

    6. ARE YOU DEPENDANT ????? OBVIOUSLY YOU ARE ADDICTED FROM THE DAY YOU START AFTER OPIATE ADDICTION

    7. Nobody needs rehab. Just takes the will to want to quit, and groups or aa classes. I’m an addict of 18 years of opiates past 10 has been back and forth from methadone to suboxone and back and forth. It’s a pain in my ass. I’m jumping from 2 mg in a week. I jumped from 4 a few months ago didn’t even get withdrawal till day 6 day 8 I went back to my dr because I got weak. Wasn’t that I was feeling to bad I just wanted my fix. Just have to have your mind in a really positive state and stick with it. You won’t quit until your tired of it enough to actually stop one day.

    8. I read ever last comment I'm sorry to hear about the relapse, and so happy for you few that have succeeded and i pray g
      your still on a great pathd. Iv been abusing subs for about 2 year now and it's running my life. can y any one give me some advise on kicking this demon out my life please!!! any thing will help. can someone help me with this journey??
      h

    9. This is a lie. I have been there in Lake Worth.
      Just hand over your credit card, debit card or cash and expect to be tsken for a long ride. There is no money in the cure for them.

    10. i do 24mg every day for the past 11 years i have ben told i aint got a chance in hell to stop

    11. My names matt im sniffing 2ml daily,ftom 8ml,im feeling bad but not yet into full withdrawel
      .j been on it 9 years im suicidal and ineed of help godbless you all

    12. there was only on cure from my oxy, and Suboxone addiction, and only one person who completely dropped me of the highway to hell that Satan tried to destroy my soul with, and that was my LORD, and saviour, JESUS CHRIST, and the power of his shed blood to wash me clean of sins, and my life of slavery to loserfer 😈. I've tried everything to quit after a lifetime of addictions to every wicked drug, cigarettes, and alcohol, But nothing pulled me out the pit, until I truly put aside my pride, and stop lying to myself, and others, and humbled myself, and got on my knees with a broken suicidal heart, and there was the almighty merciful righteous hand of the LORD JESUS CHRIST who pulled me out of the darkness, and he casted out the demons inside me, and now I'm free at last! And if the SON Shall make you Free, ye shall be free indeed. John 8:36 KJV 📃 May GOD bless all of you poor lost souls who fell into the snare of that old dragon, the serpent Satan, called the devil, who deceiveth the world. there's is hope and if you seek the LORD, and pray he will never Forsake you! For if thou shalt confess the LORD JESUS, and believe in thine heart that GOD raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. Romans 10:9-10 KJV 📃 Amen!

    13. Just make an appointment, buy plane tickets, fly (if you're me) halfway across the country…then he'll come tell you the secret. Thanks for the video man…you're a fucking live saver!!

    14. Went off 6 days ago. I can sleep, that's all I want to do at least right now. I'm yawning, watery eyes, irritable, no appetite. my mind is giving me the biggest problem. I am constantly thinking about subs. I am telling myself that I need to get back on. I have an appointment tomorrow with my doc but I have to be honest and say no more.

    15. I know this video is ages old, but I think I'm going to call these folks ans set up an appointment. I would really love to speak with Dr. Dennis, here, he seems so knowledgeable and hip to what is going on with the patient. I live about 500 miles away, so, that might be a little problem?
      I'm so tired of this orange medicine, I just can't stand it anymore.

    16. all you need to do is ween off … I always only took one dose a day instead of two.. I was on for 14 months every 2 weeks I would go less eventually I got to like 1/32 of a strip … eventually I was on vacation and forgot to take it and it's been 3 months and never had any withdrawls… the third day maybe I had minimal anxiety but went to sleep and that was it.. it can be done.. I used to thing it was an unattainable goal hearing people been on for 8 years and all… but it's a lot easier than I thought.. anyone can kick this with planning and being patient..

    17. everyone who wants to get of Buprenorphine with minimal to none withdrawals or PAWS go to you doc and ask about "the Bernese method" if they don't know about, urge them to research it !!!!

      here is a medical case report, print and bring it to your doc, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4959756/

      the key part is this;
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      Overlapping induction of a full antagonist

      We assumed that naltrexone could be initiated analogous to the overlapping induction of buprenorphine. Preliminary data suggest that very low naltrexone doses during µ-agonist treatment may not be associated with reduced analgesic efficacy.21 However, naltrexone tablets available in Switzerland contain a rather large dose of 50 mg drug. After tapering of buprenorphine to 2 mg/d, the patient started with small amounts of naltrexone scratched off from a tablet and increased the dose daily. She did not develop any withdrawal symptoms or craving, stopped buprenorphine, and increased naltrexone to 25 mg/d. After several months, she stopped naltrexone and has since been abstinent for an ongoing period of 3 years and 3 months.
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      spread the word, break the chains, get free.

    18. CLINICS AND DOCTORS ARE MUCH WORST THAN SUBOXONE.YOU CANT GUIT THEM.IF YOU SEE A DOCTOR TELLS YOU IVE STOPPED TAKING SUBOXONE THEN YES THIS DOCTOR CAN HELP YOU.IN THIS WAY TALKS TALKS TALKS IS ALL YOU CAN GET FROM THEM,BUT THERE ISNT PAINLESS WAY ONLY A LYING ONE,THERE IS A PAINFULL PROCEDURE AND HOW MUCH MONEY THEY WILL ASK…

    19. I came here looking for advice. Not a sales pitch for your over priced mediocre rehab facility.

    20. I am on Suboxone for last seven years , I tried so many time to quit but no luck , couldn't take the lazy leg and back pain is there any office or facility in Houston Texas
      Is kratom can help ?

    21. THE BEST INFORMATION ABOUT SUBOXONE AND BUPRINORPHINE —- GOOGLE OR YOUTUBE DR. STEVEN SCANLAN.
      THANK YOU DR. SCANLAN…….

    22. One big commercial!!!!!!!! Thanks for nothing. No info no nothing!!!!! DICK MOVE!

    23. If you really cared about this topic and helping people get off suboxone, why don't you show us the blueprint instead of trying to promote you're expensive, crappy rehab center. Im so sick of you fake ass doctors and therapists.

    24. Another good reason for trying to get off suboxone is despite the PHONY political BS, for suboxone users (with prescriptions!) are STILL treated like Criminals by many organizations. Ex. Try to get Govt Housing if they find out, certain VA programs WILL NOT accept veterans (again, with prescritpions!). The ONLY reason a politician MAY care is if one of THEIR family members have struggled with opiate addiction, oh yeah, NOW it's personal. It wasn't that long ago in the US that, instead of chasing/prosecuting VIOLENT criminals, valuable and expensive Police resources were spent chasing around and jailing pot smokers (not that I think it's a healthy habit)..but common…did/does this make sense in light of what is going on in the World? I say NO!..Athough I don't smoke pot, or cigarettes, I symphathize with users. This whole thing was started (before anyone heard of "oxycontin") by "PURDUE PHARMA" LYING to doctors who depended on them for HONEST answers re their newest product. What did PURDUE ORIGINALLY say "OH, it's no more addictive than percocet!" Has anyone from PURDUE went to jail? I think not! Have many who originally got addicted to oxycontin then heroin whent to jail? YES! & YES! bc they were the pions, the little people that had no expensive lawyers to keep them out of the big house. So, here we are with yet another mess created by "respected" FRAUDSTERS to make yet MOOOOOOO MONEEEEY! Thanks Aholes for ruining generations.

    25. IM FROM ENGLAND,I WISHED I LIVED IN AMERICA,OVER HERE THEY KNOW HOW TO PRESCRIBE SUBOXONE BUT NOT GET PPL OFF THEM,IVE BEEN TAKING SUBOXONE FOR LONGER THAN 6YRS,IVE TRIED 3X TO COME OFF THEM UNSUCCESSFULLY,1TIME I TAPERED DOWN TO 0.4MGS 6WKS LATER IN AGONY AND RELAPSED ON H FOR 10 MONTHS&2CND TIME JUMPED OFF 10MGS&WAS IN SEVERE WITHDRAWL FOR 13WKS RELAPSED*NOW 3WKS AGO IM PUT BAK ON SUBOXONE,THEY NOT WORKING LIKE THEY USE TOO,IM SEVERELY DEPRESSED&SUICIDAL COZ OF THIS STRUGGLE&IM DETERMINED TO TRY AGAIN,MOST PROBLY TOMOROW,BUT IM NOT ALLOWED TO TAKE ANY BENZOS OR ZYDOL/TRAMADOL TO HELP WITH MY BACK PAIN OR THEYLL JUST KEEP SYING IVE FAILED MY DRUG TESTS SO I WILL SUFFER BAD WITH NO HELP OR MEDS TO ALLEVIATE THE HORRORS,SO I WILL BE ALL ALONE DOING THIS&SCARED OUT OF MY MIND COZ I KNOW ONLY TOO WELL 3MONTHS LATER I WILL STILL BE SUFFERING BAD WITHDRAWLS,ANY ADVICE?ILL BE JUMPING OFF 6MGS,MY EXPERIENCE TAPERING DOESNT MAKE WITHDRAWLS EASIER,IVE HYPOTHYROIDISM,DOES THAT MAKE IT WORSE FOR ME?THANX FOR SHARING YOUR VIDS THEYVE HELPED ME&MADE ME REALIZE THIS IS NOT EASY TO COME OFF..

    26. lol hahahahaha man I have been on Suboxone for 7 years and and I was told right from the get-go that there would be no side effects coming off of Suboxone so I had no fear of it in the beginning. the symptoms that you're talking about are for people that have been on Suboxone for a short period of time. I ended up being hospitalized because I detoxed from Suboxone for 3 months with no end result. I had the shakes vomiting and diarrhea I was 175 pounds coming off of it and by the time I got hospitalized I weighed 99 pounds. I could not sleep I could not eat the Depression was so severe I had a barrel in my mouth numerous times contemplating suicide. I have detox from opiates several times and it was nowhere near as severe as suboxone withdrawals. and the end result was me being put back on it.

    27. got a question,,if ive been off subs for sevcen days,,and I took a ten mg vic last night and today,,,what will that DO,,ARE MY WITHDRAWLS GONNA START ALL OVER NOW,,OR WHAT THE FUCK DIUD I JUST DO,,,I WAS SO FREAKING SHITTY FEELING,,AND HAVING TO WATCH MY SON WAS THE ONLY,,ONLY FUCKING REASON I DID THIS,,,,,IM COMING OFF A 2MG SUB DOSE A DAY,,,IMG AT 5AM,,AND 1MG AT 1PM ,,,,,,,I DID IUNDEED FEEL THE VICODIN,,I FELT THE BUZZ FROM THE VICODIN,,,I HAVENT DONE PILLS IN OVER 3 YRS OR ANY OTHER DRUG OTHER THEN MY TWO 1MG SUB DOSES I TOOK A DAY,FOR A TOTTAL OF 2MG EACH DAY,,,OTHER Then turning into a pill head,,what will the Vicodin I took last night and today do to me as for as the withdrawls im having from subs,,,iplz someone respond asap,,thnx peeps

    28. We all need to take a deep look at ourselves and think which is worse Suboxone or the drugs that brought us to use Suboxone? Maybe I was wrong about my law suit idea.

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