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buprenorphine addiction

How to stop taking buprenorphine?

How to stop taking buprenorphine?

January 3rd, 2017

It is never recommended to stop taking buprenorphine abruptly or without a consultation with you doctor. Read more about the safe ways of quitting buprenorphine, here.

5 Can you get addicted to Subutex? Is Subutex addictive?

Can you get addicted to Subutex? Is Subutex addictive?

August 20th, 2015

Subutex (buprenorphine) has a low abuse potential. The risk of developing addiction is also low. However, some people grow an uncontrollable need and compulsion for Subutex, which is characterized as addiction. Read more details, here.

2 Does Subutex get you high?

Does Subutex get you high?

March 30th, 2015

Possibly. Subutex contains buprenorphine hydrochloride, which can trigger opioid-like euphoria. While difficult to administer buprenorphine, some abusers are able to get high from it. Read more here.

2 Buprenorphine effects

Buprenorphine effects

February 12th, 2015

A list of buprenorphine effects on the brain, body, and different body systems.

39 How long does buprenorphine last?

How long does buprenorphine last?

August 10th, 2014

The elimination half-life of buprenorphine can vary from 20 to 72 hours. More on the duration of action for buprenorphine and how buprenorphine is metabolized here.

21 Can you get high on buprenorphine?

Can you get high on buprenorphine?

July 16th, 2014

Buprenorphine does not get you high if you use it the right way. While some opioid naive people may experience euphoric effect on buprenrophine, it does not cause strong side effects. More on buprenorphine and its potential for abuse here.

40 Buprenorphine overdose: How much buprenorphine to OD?

Buprenorphine overdose: How much buprenorphine to OD?

July 13th, 2014

Symptoms of a buprenorphine overdose can include respiratory depression, miosis and central nervous system depression. 16-32 mg dose ranges are considered “high” doses, but buprenorphine overdose is mainly related to injection. More on buprenorphine OD risks here.

2 Signs and symptoms of buprenorphine addiction

Signs and symptoms of buprenorphine addiction

June 18th, 2014

Yes, you can get addicted to buprenorphine. But signs of addiction to buprenorphine can be difficult to identify. A list of physical and psychological signals of addiction here.

2 Help for buprenorphine addiction

Help for buprenorphine addiction

April 17th, 2014

Help for buprenorphine addiction includes supervised withdrawal, physical stabilization, and mental health counseling. Learn where to find help and who to ask here.

10 How does buprenorphine work?

How does buprenorphine work?

February 4th, 2014

Buprenorphine is a partial mu-receptor agonist that attaches to receptors in the brain. More on how burprenorphine works in the central nervous system and in the body here.

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