Cocaine Treatment Programs
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According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, cocaine addiction accounts for 6% of admissions to recovery programs every year. Cocaine is a powerful drug that stimulates the user’s central nervous system, thus making it highly addictive. If you or your loved ones are showing signs of cocaine addiction, you need to contact a cocaine addiction treatment program for help. For addiction and mental health treatment, it’s best to contact the experts at TruHealing Centers. Call 833.641.0572 today to learn more.
The Effects of Cocaine
Weight loss is a common and obvious effect of cocaine dependency. Cocaine users lose weight because the drug interferes with their feeding habits and appetite. They have little appetite or desire to maintain a healthy diet, but the drug’s ability to keep them alert means they require more energy to remain active. Therefore, their bodies use more energy than usual, and the diminished appetite and eating habits result in weight loss.
Cocaine consumption also changes normal behavior, often manifesting as mood swings, anxiety, or paranoia. As such, they can become aggressive or even violent towards people they perceive as invading their privacy or threatening their access to the drug. Cocaine users can become suspicious or antagonistic towards people who monitor their movement and can resort to violence if someone keeps pestering them with questions.
The main long-term effect of cocaine use is addiction. Once a user reaches this stage, it becomes challenging to survive without the drug. Whether it’s mild or chronic, the habit makes a person depend on the drug. The drug has altered their body’s normal biochemistry, and they now cannot function without the substance in their system.
Signs You Need a Cocaine Addiction Treatment Program
Substance addiction is a challenging habit to overcome, especially without help. Like most drug addictions, cocaine addiction is a mental illness resulting in severe withdrawal symptoms when consumption is stopped abruptly.
Some of the most common withdrawal effects of cocaine include:
- General fatigue
- Increased or reduced appetite
- Disturbed sleeping patterns
- Anxiety and depression
- Craving for the drug
- Physical agitation
You can overcome addiction by seeking the help of a cocaine addiction treatment program. While there are several effective treatment programs for cocaine addiction, the ideal option for your case should address your unique needs. The most important thing is to choose a treatment program that understands the complexity of your situation.
An ideal treatment program should address all aspects of your cocaine addiction, including physiological challenges like withdrawal symptoms, individual brain changes leading to mood swings and other cognitive disorders, and environmental factors.
How We Approach Cocaine Addiction Treatment
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) doesn’t recommend specific medications for the treatment of cocaine addiction. However, scientists and other medical experts have conducted experiments that target neurotransmitters in the brain. Furthermore, several medical drugs used for the treatment of other diseases or addictions show positive signs of reducing cocaine use in clinical trials.
Despite the progress being made in drug research, behavioral interventions are the most effective methods of treating cocaine addiction. They consist of inpatient or outpatient approaches, depending on the user’s needs and state of dependency or addiction.
TruHealing Centers offer a variety of programs that will help you to recover from your addiction fully. Some of the treatment programs we offer include:
- Gender-based treatment allows men and women to establish a strong network with their fellow peers who are also struggling to overcome addiction
- A partial hospitalization program (PHP) to equip you with essential skills for your recovery
- An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is crucial for achieving your recovery goals as you continue with your daily activities
- Sober-living homes designed for individuals seeking extra support and accountability after completing treatment programs
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