According to announcements released by Recovery.Delivered. and Marcus Hansen, this online addiction treatment and medication management company, is a platform where patients can get in touch with — Texas suboxone doctors to avail of medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction recovery. The treatment involves educating the patient about the process and how to stay with it, counseling, behavioral support, and medication that combats cravings. The treatment enables the patient to overcome opioid dependence and function normally without requiring the euphoric boost of drugs.
Opioid addiction results in physical and psychological addiction. Getting rid of these addictions becomes difficult once the brain gets used to the external stimuli provided by the opioids. The body's natural opioid receptors responsible for regulating the response to pain and pleasure and other functions lose their ability to operate. Sudden stopping of opioid consumption can lead to acute withdrawal symptoms that can be very dangerous. Replacement therapies, such as one with suboxone, are safer to re-train the brain to produce natural opioids once again.
The FDA approved suboxone in 2002 as a drug to be used to treat opioid addiction. Suboxone can prevent opioid drugs from acting for 24 hours. The risk of abusing suboxone is far less than that with methadone. It eases a subject of drugs in a graduated manner. This allows the body to heal, and the issue has a better chance of regaining mental strength and fortitude to move away from opioids for good.
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Marcus Hansen of Recovery.Delivered. said, “Our client’s safety is our number one priority. We offer medical evaluation in-person, which can be done at the client's home or just about any urgent care provider. A prescribing doctor will join the local team via video chat to ensure the client's safety based on the vitals taken in person. Each week patients meet with their prescribing professional online using our secure platform. Here the prescriber will walk through the recommended protocol for medication-assisted treatment and, based on the results, re-order the medication to continue treatment. In many parts of the country, there is little to no access to the medications used to assist in treating opioid addiction. Recovery.Delivered. fixes this by delivering medication to the patient's homes.
Sharing information on how suboxone works, Hansen said, “Suboxone contains two prescription medications: buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is in a class of drugs called "opioid partial agonist," which helps ease withdrawal symptoms from other opiates. Although buprenorphine "turns on" the same receptors in the brain as other opioids, it produces less intense effects than full antagonist opioids like heroin. So, a person using heroin while taking buprenorphine will feel a less intense euphoria or "high."
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), buprenorphine is the first medication used to treat opioid addiction that can be prescribed or dispensed by qualified physicians in different settings, such as a doctor’s office, a health department, through on online suboxone provider or a hospital.”
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