Syboxin Does This Change Brain Waves To Help Cure Alchoholand Drug Addiction?

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this pill, taking 2 on alternate days.. ( don't know other details as to shape, etc.)
Does this treatment change the brain waves so that the person does not crave drugs, alcholhol, and behaves in normal ways? i.e.delusions, anxiety, anger, hallucinations



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shirley palmer Says:

I was questioning what my friend had said about this MED, Well, she took the 2 pills the FIRST time and had an epileptic fit,, almost died. Not going to try it again. Thank U), bye bye. So these pills can be dangerous


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Verwon Says:

Suboxone contains Buprenorphine and Naloxone, the Buprenorphine is a narcotic, so it works by replacing the other narcotic, to prevent the withdrawals and then it would normally be slowly tapered, over time, to help enable the person to become drug free.

As to the seizure, I am very sorry to hear that, but there are always risks associated with using any medication and narcotics are some of the most dangerous to use.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Suboxone/­

How is she doing?

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Nate Says:

Im prescribed 3 suboxone 8mg pills a day, and i can barley stay awake at work. 1/2 to 1 whole pill is good enough to keep me from being real sick. And i was doing 4 opana 40mg tablets a day and up to 10 percot 10s for breakthrough pain for like 3 years. I have friends that were just as bad as i was and just take 1/4s and 1/2s and are fine. The medicine saved my life for real. It is still a very dangerous medicine especially with benzos. Im prescribed benzos but i take 2 2.0 mg a day as prescribed. So your fine to take this medicine on benzos as long as you dont abuse benzos(xanax, valium etc.) TakinTaking benzos on top of 16mg of xanax or something would severly slow your breathing. Im actually tapering myself off now.

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Dodi Tomancak Says:

I'm not an addict, but i do suffer from PTSD and it has altered my brain waves and I was wanting to know if you know of a medication that helps the brainwaves?
Thank you- Dodi

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Katrina Says:

HELP PLEASE,my memory has gone off the rictor,i think something happened yest but it was say 3 days ago.i write down tablets,time what ive taken,painkillers etc,then i cant remember if i took them or layed the m out,usually my partner does it ,but memory loss to this extent is mad has anyone else had this?im 40yrs.it gets scarey.please someone answer me back asap stressed out.

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