Suboxone Detox

Our Method

The NAD+ Treatment Center Detox Method for Suboxone consists of a personalized program with certified medical staff to help you detox and taper off suboxone safely and effectively.

We will manage and reduce your withdrawal symptoms by providing innovative therapies that in combination will have a synergistic effect. These treatments will help reduce any distress you may experience.

What is Suboxone?

Suboxone is a prescription drug that is used for opioid maintenance when clients have had relapses in the past and/or suffer from chronic pain. Suboxone contains the active ingredients of buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is an opioid medicine, often referred to as a narcotic. Naloxone is included to reduce the effects of the opioid medicine, such as pain relief, in efforts to prevent addiction to those “good feelings.”

Nevertheless, Suboxone is used for long term maintenance to help the client be successful in not using other opioids. Suboxone can be addicting; your body will become dependent on Suboxone to feel normal and maintain daily life. Clients have reported the feeling of “trading one addiction for another”.

“I had minimal withdrawals. You don’t need to be scared anymore. It will be okay and you can make it.”

Side Effects of Suboxone

Before taking Suboxone, you should consult your doctor as it can result in negative effects,dependance and even including death. Also ask yourself do you need help with long term maintenance versus abstinence, i.e how many relapses have you had? What do you feel is the root cause of using opioids? Is it Pain? Or is it a dependence to feel normal throughout the day now?  Make the best choice for you.

Call your doctor immediately or call 911 if you are experiencing:


  • Short or shallow breathing
  • You feel you may pass out
  • Distorted speech or vision
  • Upset stomach or loss of appetite
  • Dark urine, clay-colored stool
  • Yellowing of skin or eyes
  • Nausea, vomiting, dizziness, extreme fatigue
  • Opioid withdrawal symptoms such as muscle pain, shivering, goosebumps, sweating, runny nose, diarrhea
  • Symptoms of serotonin syndrome such as restlessness, agitation, confusion, rapid heart rate, muscle rigidity, and heavy sweating.

Long term use of Suboxone may also result in adverse effects on fertility. 

Common side effects include:


  • – Headache, back pain
  • – Tongue pain, redness or numbness inside the mouth
  • – Nausea, vomiting, constipation
  • – Drowsiness, trouble concentrating
  • – Feeling “drunk”, fuzzy vision
  • – Withdrawal symptoms
  • – Insomnia
  • – Accelerated heart beat

If you feel side effects occur that are not listed, please call your doctor immediately.







“we think everyone can feel great drug-free and our therapies are the best route there.”


It’s important to note that NAD+ therapy is not a replacement for rehabilitation, and it is recommended to follow up with an after care program after NAD+ assisted detoxification from chemical dependency.

The NAD Treatment Center often refers patients to trusted aftercare and sober living facilites to ensure the best recovery and rehab.

Treating Suboxone Addiction

At NAD Treatment Center, we help people with a variety of addictions including Suboxone. We understand how hard it is on your body along with the shame of having to go through a detox again, when you started the medications you didn’t know how hard the withdraw is going to be and how your body is going to need it. “It will be okay, and you can make it.” through the help of NAD+, and use of the Bridge device it can be manageable. The days that come within this 15 day rapid detox generally goes fairly smooth. Day 1-4 let your body sleep as much as possible while on the NAD+ drip and at your home, ie. hotel, or bed-and-breakfast it’s okay and will help your body repair itself faster with sleep. Day 5 and on if your up to it use the treatment room as much as possible with the hyperbaric chamber, Beemer, Bio-mat, infrared sauna these therapies will all help your body heal and rejuvenate. This is your treatment time so make the best out of what you can, let us know what you are needing and we will be here for you every step of the way.

If you think you may be addicted to Suboxone, please give us a call. It is not recommended to come off of the drug on your own, as you may experience severe withdrawal symptoms.

Clients who have done IV NAD+ therapy for opioid addiction say they have minimal cravings. They feel revitalized, energetic, and free. We would love to hear from you when you are ready, or just thinking about it.