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!
Call now to speak with an admissions specialist at 877-824-7711
For more information about NBRC and other treatment services we provide, visit:
Video credits to New Beginnings Recovery Center YouTube channel