Dr. Brian Lynch





Opioid dependence—physical addiction to prescription painkillers and heroin—affects many people in the US. Unfortunately, many people who struggle with opioid dependence may be reluctant to ask for help because of the stigma attached to the notion of "drug dependence."

Opioid dependence is a complex health condition with many elements that are caused or made worse by continued opioid use. Key elements include social, psychological, and biological components. Opioid dependence can occur as the brain adapts to the regular use of opioids over time. People who are opioid dependent may continue using opioids despite experiencing harmful consequences.

You are not alone

Opioid dependence is a chronic disease that can affect anyone. It could be a friend, a co-worker, a spouse, a brother, a sister, or a parent.

If you or someone you know may be dependent on opioids, you are not alone. In 2013, there were nearly 2.4 million reports of people that had abused or were dependent on opioids—such as heroin—or prescription painkillers.

Know your opioids: Opioids can be prescription painkillers. For example, Oxycodone, hydrocodone, and fentanyl—better known by the brand names as OxyContin®, Vicodin®, Percocet®, and Actiq®—are opioids. The street drug heroin is also an opioid.

 

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Chicago Suboxone Clinic

Opiate Addiction Recovery & Therapy

Opiates deserve special attention when choosing to quit. They are especially difficult to kick without Suboxone.  It is the fear of physical withdrawal and emotional turmoil, combined with its having altered the brain’s chemistry, that keeps one stuck in a vicious cycle of use. We will give them their due - these obstacles are manageable - and then move on...
 
There is a way out. For the last 8 years a medication has been available that can be given by prescription and can have you feeling well in 24 hours.  It is possible to overcome heroin addiction without feeling the prolonged physical agony of withdrawal and without disrupting your life - without missing work, even.  Painfree detox
 

The Lynch M.D. Chicago Suboxone Clinic Benefits:

  • No waiting in line,
  • Complete anonymity,
  • Affordable office based care,
  • Conveniently located for Chicago residents,
  • Care structured to recover without disrupting your life.

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