How do you get rid of a Suboxone headache?
One of the most commonly reported buprenorphine adverse effects is headache. Aspirin or other OTC (over-the-counter) pain relievers mixed with a glass of water are a typical headache cure; however, water alone may be sufficient. Over time, the side effects should become less severe; in the meantime, you can try some of these strategies to alleviate the discomfort.
To relieve stomach ache, take Suboxone after a meal or take an antacid.
For constipation, drink more water, consume more fiber, and exercise.
For sleep issues, avoid napping, restrict coffee intake, and stick to a regular bedtime.
Over-the-counter drugs like ibuprofen can help with minor aches and pains.
If you're having trouble with pain or redness in your mouth, switch which side you're dissolving the Suboxone on. To put it another way, dissolve Suboxone on the right side of the mouth one day and the left side the next, switching back and forth as needed.