Methadone Vs. Suboxone

Methadone vs SuboxoneWhile Methadone and Suboxone are both common treatment options for opioid dependence, they are two completely different drugs both chemically and in the way they affect the person taking them. Methadone is a full agonist opiate whereas Suboxone is a partial agonist. Methadone is a synthetic opioid that delivers a heavy high while Suboxone is a combination drug containing buprenorphine and naloxone which, together, act as a partial agonist person’s opioid receptors, delivering a partial high feeling. If taken in small enough doses, someone taking Suboxone may not even notice any high at all, but usually, when taken as directed, it takes away the individual’s opiate withdrawal symptoms and causes a very slight euphoric feeling.


Methadone Vs Suboxone (Pills)

Methadone vs Suboxone Pills

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