At Chi Q Wellness, I prefer to use Buprenorphine/Naloxone for opiate use disorder (OUD) and Naltrexone for alcohol dependence. This will be discussed between you and I at your initial appointment. The FDA approved buprenorphine and buprenorphine with naloxone, the most well known of which is Suboxone®, for clinical use in 2002 to help patients with opioid use disorders
Our first meeting will be at my Washington DC office location.
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Buprenorphine attaches to the opioid receptors and partially binds to them, suppressing withdrawal and cravings, but not enough to cause a “high”. It also stops other opioids from hooking up with the receptor.
Naltrexone can be prescribed to people with alcohol dependence. It can reduce the craving for alcohol, reduce the quantity of alcohol consumed, and reduce the ‘reward’ effects of alcohol use. It can help people remain abstinent from alcohol and reduce the tendency to want to drink more.
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June 2013 - Jan 2016
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