Vivitrol vs Suboxone - A Side-By-Side Comparison

Sep 5
Vivitrol vs Suboxone Opioids are drugs that bind opioid receptors in the central and peripheral nervous systems, gastrointestinal tract, and other organs. Opioids elicit various psychoactive and somatic effects such as: drowsiness nausea ...

How to Recover from Opiate Addiction

Dec 29
How to Recover from Opiate Addiction Opiates are drugs which used to treat pain and come from opium poppy plants. You might be more familiar with narcotics or pain pills like: Codeine OxyContin Vicodin Percocet Heroin Morphine Opiate...

How Long Does Suboxone Stay in Your System?

Dec 3
The average amount of time that Suboxone (buprenorphine) stays in your system is about 111 hours. This value is highly variable, depending on individual physiology, genetics, and a number of other factors. While Suboxone can linger in your system for...

Does Methadone Block Opiates?

Dec 2
The answer to this question is actually complicated. On the one hand, methadone is an opiate itself, binding to and activating mu-opioid receptors in the brain. It's this action which makes methadone a an opiate substitute that reduces cravings for...

Reversing Opiate Tolerance With Ketamine

Nov 29
The most reliable way to reduce opiate tolerance is to take a break from opiates. This is not always feasible, however. Chronic pain patients may be unable to "just stop" using opiates, for example. What is Tolerance? Addictive drugs can cause a...

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