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5Mar, 2020

Subutex or Suboxone?

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What’s the Difference between Subutex and Suboxone?Both Subutex and Suboxone contain buprenorphine. While both drugs were developed at around the same time, Subutex was formulated first. While it was found to be relatively effective in the treatment of opiate addiction, there was still a tendency to abuse the drug. Many users sought to inject the drug intravenously in order to obtain the high they had become accustomed to with heroin or prescription painkillers. They often succeeded in doing so, giving rise to the need to develop another drug to address […]
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29Jan, 2020

Suboxone Treatment

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4 Steps of Treatment Through OUR customized model of care, physicians are able to focus on the unique needs of each patient, providing them with a positive experience, better outcomes and an improved quality of life. Our program begins with individualized treatment plans for each patient. Our physicians properly prescribe FDA-approved medications for addiction: buprenorphine (Suboxone, Subutex) or naltrexone (Vivitrol). A full team of licensed medical professionals ensures that these medications are properly managed. We coordinates with additional local healthcare and social services partners to ensure that patients receive a […]
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18Jan, 2020

Addiction Myths

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Addiction Myths Understanding addiction is the first step toward healing. But unfortunately, addiction myths abound, unnecessarily confusing and frustrating people who struggle with a drug or alcohol dependency, including their loved ones and physicians. Below you’ll find three of the most common and dangerous addiction myths. But we hope you’ll further explore our Addiction Resources section for more information on the components of this disease and how to successfully treat it. Myth: Addiction is not treatable.Fact: You can treat addiction. Too often, people who are suffering from addiction feel as if there […]
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9Jul, 2019

Life After Rehab – 10 Steps to Staying Sober

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Life After Rehab – 10 Steps to Staying Sober Once the great achievement of sobriety is accomplished through Addiction treatment, it is now time for you to take on the world in this new life journey. Things will need to change in your life, so you can be able to maintain sobriety after rehab. Explore these 10 Steps to Staying Sober to learn how you can increase your chances for long-term success in recovery.   1. Avoid People Who Pressure You It is difficult for those who are currently abusing […]
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16May, 2019

Addiction Medicine

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Notice to all the new patients for Georgia medical marijuana programWe have been getting dozens of phone calls regarding medical marijuana card program.Medical marijuana card in Georgia is given to patients with certain medical conditions. If you have medical conditions documented which will qualify you for the card, you can send us an email at fastmd4you@gmail.com with your medical records as an attachment.Once we review your medical records.  We will get back to you if you qualify.Please do not call the clinic asking questions regarding the medical marijuana card program.Thank […]
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25Oct, 2018

Drug Addiction Rehab Program

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Our men’s drug addiction rehab program promotes a healthy and productive recovery experience by offering a warm, positive and dynamic environment for developing a foundation in sobriety.Fast MD philosophy embraces the individuality of each client and seeks to create a safe and comfortable place for them to express and process their emotions. Our male clients learn to manage issues that are unique to their experience while building the support necessary to maintain abstinence from unhealthy actions.We’ve found that greater success in long-term sobriety and abstinence often accompanies participation in the […]
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26Jul, 2018

Subutex vs Suboxone

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Subutex vs Suboxone What Is Buprenorphine? Buprenorphine was previously used as a pain reliever. It is a partial opioid antagonist that binds with opioid receptors in the brain, causing reduced pain and feelings of wellbeing. While buprenorphine isn’t a full opioid, it acts much like one, causing moderate receptor site activity, except it does not create a euphoric state or disorientation. As a result,buprenorphine will prevent withdrawl symptoms from,and reduce cravings for opiate drugs. There are several advantages to using a medication like buprenorphine in the treatment of opiate abuse. […]
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12Jul, 2018

Understanding Suboxone, Bunavail and Zubsolv

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Understanding Suboxone, Bunavail and Zubsolv Suboxone, ( just like Bunavail and Zubsolv) is actually two drugs in one pill or film.  The first and only active ingredient, Buprenorphine, is a narcotic analgesic, which was originally released as a regular pain medication.  Buprenorphine in and of itself is a very effective pain medication.  The second component is naloxone, which does nothing if the medication is taken as directed.  If ground up, injected or snorted or when taken with other opiates, the naloxone component can precipitate withdrawal symptoms etc.  When the medication […]
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2Jul, 2018

Physical & Psychological Symptoms of Addiction

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Physical & Psychological Symptoms of Addiction Signs and Symptoms of Addiction to Look Out For All addictions, whether to substances or to behaviors, involve both physical and psychological processes. Each person’s experience of addiction is slightly different, but usually involves a cluster of some of the following symptoms of addiction. You can still be addicted even if you do not have all of the symptoms. There are many different addictions, but similar symptoms span them all. Some of the common symptoms of addiction are: Tolerance – the need to engage in the […]
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