I NEED HELP WITH Cocaine ADDICTION
If cocaine addiction has gotten the better of you, the first thing you should know is that you aren’t alone. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that cocaine overdose claimed the lives of 19,447 Americans in 2020. The agency also reports that around 17 percent of adults over the age of 26 have abused cocaine at least once in their lifetime, four percent of which abused crack.
Cocaine addiction happens to more people than you think, and the sooner you get past the shame and stigma, the sooner you can get the help you need to move forward. If you’re like many, and you think you can casually nurse a cocaine habit without it impacting your life, think again. If you’re ready to get help, Recovery Unplugged is ready to assist you 24-7.
THE BRAIN AND THE BODY: IMPACT OF COCAINE ADDICTION
After the euphoric rush you get from cocaine is over, you’re left with nothing but withdrawal symptoms and are left more vulnerable to serious long-term health issues. It’s easy to convince yourself that your habit is under your control, and it can be hard why it’s hard to admit or even acknowledge that you need help. For cocaine addicts, nose issues are only the beginning. Without treatment, users can suffer from the lasting symptoms and effects of their cocaine abuse. Long-term effects of prolonged cocaine use can include, but are not limited to:
- Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
- Permanent Damage to the Heart or Brain’s Blood Vessels
- Heart Attack
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Permanent Organ Damage
- Severe Depression
- Tolerance and Cravings
- Withdrawal Symptoms
Cocaine abuse means more than just a lifetime of slight paranoia and bloody noses. Every time you use this drug, you’re placing tremendous strain on your heart, brain, and central nervous system. If you're experiencing any symptoms related to cocaine abuse, it’s important to seek treatment immediately. Ignoring any of these signs could potentially lead to further long-term damage from untreated cocaine dependency.
DON'T BE ANOTHER STATISTIC
Recovery Unplugged is here to help you or your loved one take their life back.
TAKING YOUR LIFE BACK FROM COCAINE ADDICTION
Cocaine addiction treatment should include medically supervised detox and withdrawal management along with behavioral rehab and lifestyle support. You know, first-hand, how much cocaine has taken from you, and you need a treatment program that can help you regain your physical health, dignity, and peace of mind. Recovery Unplugged offers comprehensive, effective, and compassionate treatment to help you permanently overcome cocaine addiction and live the life you deserve.
EXPERT DOCTORS AND NURSES
If you’ve only been abusing cocaine for a short time, you may be able to overcome withdrawal symptoms on your own or with the help of your general practitioner. Generally speaking, however, your cocaine withdrawal should be treated by trained medical professionals who can help you manage your symptoms and intervene in the event of a medical emergency.
COMPREHENSIVE BEHAVIORAL REHAB
Addressing the “why” of cocaine addiction is just as important as addressing the “what.” Our rehab programs allow you to address the root causes and triggers of your cocaine addiction and develop healthy coping mechanisms to avoid relapse. We offer multiple cocaine rehab options at our facilities throughout the country, including residential and outpatient.
CRITICAL LIFESTYLE SUPPORT
Cocaine addiction impacts every area of your life, including your relationships with your family, your work life, and your ability to trust. We provide lifestyle support to ensure you stay on track with your recovery. You will be have a customized aftercare plan that connects you with therapists in your area and tips to help you cope with high-stress situations.
STOP CROSSING THE WHITE LINE
We know where you’re coming from and what you’re dealing with. First you tell yourself you only do cocaine at parties. After that, you tell yourself you only do it on the weekends. Then you tell yourself you just need something to get you through the work day. Suddenly, you need it to even get out of bed in the morning. Enough is enough. Stop making deals and start taking care of yourself. Too many people with cocaine addiction don’t get help until it’s too late. Get help now.