Cocaine Addiction Treatment
Our Cocaine Addiction Treatment Center
At New Day Recovery Center, our experts are here to help you recover from your addiction to cocaine. Our cocaine rehab offers personalized treatment options, including inpatient, outpatient, and residential programs, along with individual and group therapy.
What Is Cocaine Addiction?
Cocaine, also commonly known as “coke,” is a highly addictive stimulant that can make a person feel more alert, energetic, excited, confident, and even indestructible. There are multiple ways to ingest cocaine, with the most common being to snort it, rub it on your gums, or smoke it. The drug binds to the brain’s dopamine transporter, known as the brain’s “reward center,” and gives the user intense feelings of pleasure. However, as someone continues to use cocaine, they will become physically and mentally dependent on it. They’ll also require more and more of the substance to achieve a similar “high.”
Cocaine and Other Substances
While cocaine is dangerous and addictive when used by itself, it’s especially risky — and common — for users to combine it with other substances, including alcohol. This is incredibly dangerous as cocaine often will make users feel powerful and combining it with alcohol lowers their inhibitions, so it’s more likely a user would act on irrational and dangerous thoughts.
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Signs and Symptoms of Cocaine Abuse
While each person is different, there are several common signs of cocaine use and addiction. Users often show a decreased need for sleeping and eating, with an increase in talkativeness and excitability. They might also display visible signs of extreme weight loss as a result of the lack of eating, and an increase in risky behaviors, such as unprotected sex or unrestrained spending.
Long Term Effects of Cocaine Abuse
Long-term use of cocaine can have severe effects on your relationships with friends and loved ones, your finances, and your health. When used over time, cocaine can also cause permanent damage to your brain and heart, and can lead to tooth decay, organ failure, and intense anxiety and depression, among other symptoms.
Cocaine Rehab Treatment, Detox and Withdrawal
Detoxing from cocaine can cause you to experience severe withdrawal symptoms, such as tremors, nerve pain, and depression, but we’re here to help. Our inpatient cocaine rehab facility has everything you need to safely detox and get ready for your new life in recovery. We can also refer you to one of our partner facilities if medical detox is needed.
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