Prescription Pain Medicine
Pain relievers are classified as either OTC (over the counter) or prescription pain medicine.
Pain relievers reduce or relieve aches and pains, as well as headaches and sore muscles. There are several kinds and each of them have advantages and risks.
Examples of OTC medicines are acetaminophen, non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs, aspirin, naproxen and ibuprofen.
Prescription pain medicine should come from a physician. The most powerful of them are opioids. They are prescribed by the doctors in MAT Texas to relieve symptoms from substance abuse. They will caution the patient that the prescription pain medicine might cause side effects. There is also a risk of addiction. They are always taken with supervision from MAT Texas doctors.
Belbuca is one such prescribed medicine in MAT Texas used to treat symptoms of chronic and extreme pain. It’s effective in managing pain on a daily basis but the doctor should have the final say if the patient should have it as a long term opioid treatment.
It can be used alone or with other prescription pain medicine. It’s part of a class of drugs called Analgesics which are also Opioid Partial Agonists.
Other prescription pain medicines in MAT Texas are Suboxone or Methadone. They balance brain chemistry, block the euphoric impact of opioids and alcohol, inhibit physiological cravings and reconstruct healthy body functions.
Because of the lack of information about our facility and our methods of treatment, this contributes to a lack of support from friends and family for a victim to seek help from MAT Texas for opioid recovery.
MAT Texas has certifications from the DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency), the SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) and from Texas state.
MAT Texas professionally combines counseling and behavioral therapy with these prescription pain medicine to inhibit withdrawal symptoms and cravings. We expect the patient thereafter, will be motivated to work on positive behavior changes.
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