Do you feel the urge to get some help? Or do you have a loved one who could benefit from some hands-on care and support while they plot their route to recovery? In either case, waiting until the eleventh hour just won’t cut it; that’s why it’s vital to seek some help through this trying time.
Right from first contact, our dedicated and experienced team will ensure you get all the attention, care and information you need to brave this journey. Rest assured this does not have to be the end of the road for you, your loved one or anyone addicted to cocaine; we can offer you all the help you need to kick this addiction through our cocaine rehab program.
What Happens During Cocaine Detox?
The good news is that the detox process for cocaine is a tad bit milder than it is with a range of other substances. Nevertheless, it’s still quite tasking and you need all the help you can get. The bane of your existence at this point is the cravings for cocaine that are sure to show up along the way. In fact, physical symptoms are not quite on the table, the main battle takes place in the mind.
All in all, the detox process begins once the decision to stop using has been made. Making up your mind to do this is one thing, but you have to wean your body off its dependency on the drug. That’s where the intense cravings turn up and as such, detoxing at home could have you traveling down a slippery slope.
In all the treatment facilities we work with, you are guaranteed a drug-free environment, unconditional support, as well as the tools and medication you need for the treatment of cocaine addiction.
What to Expect From Cocaine Withdrawal
As it is with all substance abuse, cocaine users go through a period of intense cravings. Altogether, both the mind and body must learn to live without the intense release of dopamine that usually follows. For the most part of it, the side effects here are psychological but there will be a handful of physical symptoms here and there. These symptoms will carry on until the drug is completely eradicated from the system; it’s not pleasant, but it’s a process you need to ride through.
With that being said, it’s also worth noting that the symptoms that crop up once the detox process is in progress, will vary from person to person. On the physical side, there are tremors, muscle aches, restlessness, and hyperactivity. Meanwhile, on the psychological front, nightmares, increased appetite, suicidal thoughts, anger and of course, intense cravings may also be experienced.
Also, when the withdrawal kicks in, you feel a lot better physically; however, the cravings do come back from time to time.
What are the symptoms of Cocaine Withdrawal
Cocaine withdrawal comes with a range of both physical and psychological symptoms which vary in severity depending on the individual. Symptoms can include
- Trouble concentrating
Is Cocaine Detox Dangerous?
The detox period is not meant to be dangerous, but it could be the worse thing you’ve ever tried if you go through it on your own. This is the reason you need to be monitored at all times because as much as cocaine abuse is no joke, withdrawal can be even worse. Most, if not every medical professional will recommend you find one of the numerous treatment centers to wait out the storm.
The good news is that most of the treatment centers we work with ensure that cocaine users are monitored round the clock during the detox process. Even better is the fact that there will be prescription medication made available to ensure that you get through the cocaine detox process without losing your mind.
How Long Does the Detox Process Last?
The truth is that it differs per individual, but there’s a standard period of up to seven days. During this time, it’s not just about sweating it out, there’s a range of activities most facilities will have lined up to ensure that the treatment program goes smoothly.
At this point, you will receive personal counseling which will further help you get the right mindset to reduce the tendency of a relapse. Once the detox process is done and dusted, it’ll be regular therapy sessions as well as counseling which will further help to reinforce your reserves.
Life After Cocaine Detox
Unfortunately, detox is only one step on the road to recovery, as there are other measures to take afterward to ensure that you remain on the straight and narrow. In partnership with a number of CQC approved facilities, there’s an array of rehabilitation programs that will make life after a detox a tad bit easier.
All in all, during the rehab process, you can deal with any causal issues that eventually led to the addiction. Through therapy and counseling sessions, it gets a little bit easier to deal with life without the euphoria and effects of cocaine altogether. No doubt, it’s a deep process of self-discovery and really learning what brings on the need to use. Once that’s in the bag, you can further learn how to deal with these causal issues head-on without turning to cocaine.
If you’re still unsure if seeking help is your best bet, the range of health problems that occur with such an addiction should be the main reason to seek the help you need. According to the National Institute On Drug Abuse, short term effects such as insomnia, psychosis, and heart problems are a few them. In the long run, there’s also nasal damage, lung damage, infection of bowel tissues among others.
Get the Help You Need
Cocaine addiction can truly ruin lives, so if you or a family member needs help, reach out to the Addiction Advocates. We will follow your case religiously from inception up till the point you are ready to stand on your own two feet. With our contacts and your will to get better, you or your loved one stand a fighting chance against, especially while undergoing cocaine detox.
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What We Offer
Free Telephone Assessment
This is done to assess what sort of help is needed so we can recommend an addiction treatment service that can provide the best help possible.
All calls are strictly confidential and are carried out by a trained healthcare professional.
No obligation recommendations are made after a full assessment of yourself or loved ones situation is fully made.
Recommendations include specialist addiction treatment programmes in CQC regulated facilities based throughout the UK.
If you are unable to afford private treatment then public healthcare and charities would also be recommended to you.
How We Can Support You
We have a large number of helpful services available to help give you the best possible support when it comes to dealing with addiction.
Just some of the services we can offer includes:
- Free confidential telephone assessment
- Recommending CQC regulated residential addiction treatment providers
- Arranging for an intervention, if needed
- Insights into how different therapies and evidence based treatments work
- How detoxification works and what is the most safest option
- What type of rehab and detox programmes would be best suited for yourself or loved one
- Recommendations of the best providers in your area
Why Choose Us?
We can help take the stress out of finding an addiction treatment provider by recommending only the best options available that fully suits your criteria.
The help and advice we can provide includes making sure that your journey towards recovery is one that can definitely be achieved.
Taking the step towards recovery can be incredibly tough but we are here to put your concerns at ease by giving you insights into the safety of undertaking residential addiction treatment and how it can put you on the path towards long lasting recovery from addiction.
Our team of advisors have extensive experience and knowledge about the subject of addiction and the treatment provided so if you have any questions then they will be more than happy to help.
Get started today by calling our friendly team today on 0800 012 6088.