0.25 mg a day is perfect to jump off at...You scared me in your 1st post...I thought maybe you stopped at 8 mg, and that would be trouble!!!
I'll tell you exactly what you need to do...and it's probably the very last thing you want to do, but you need exercise, for starters. Your brains recovery is just starting now, that you are finally off of all opiates. Your natural endorphin production hasn't yet begun to start working properly, and exercise is the easiest way to do that. start off with a walk...1 mile, whcih takes about 18 minutes or less....go 2 miles if you can. The idea is to exercise to the point you break a sweat.
Take Advil every 4 hours if you're achey. Drink LOTS of water to hydrate yourself and flush your system.
Acupuncture can help this process along very well also, with a competent doctor.
Keeping busy is very helpful too...find things to keep you busy, especially if you aren't working.
You are doing things right....you tapered down very low dose, and now you have to hang on and let the healing begin. You should start to have some good days, and I'll bet by the end of the month you'll feel human....and if things get unbearable, to the point you;re ready to relapse, take a tiny crumb of suboxone, like 1 mg maybe...and even months from now, if something triggers you terribly, it's better to take that few crumbs of suboxone than to relapse. Ideally you can stay away from the sub and everything else completely though.
Hang on tight..I'm sending healing vibes your way
and I'm right behind you at 1.3 mg of sub a day myself.
You're doing absolutely wonderful.....You are going to make it!!! Now go take a nice long walk, even if you do it indoors at the mall, followed by a nice hot bath before bedtime.