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Cocaine Addiction and Abuse Treatment

Cocaine is one of the most addictive substances in the world. There are several different treatment plan options available, but finding the best fit for you or your loved one can be intimidating.

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Cocaine Addiction Treatment & Rehab Center

Celadon Recovery Campus is a all-inclusive addiction treatment center located in Southwest Florida, devoted to creating a renewed life for those suffering from cocaine (also known as coke, powder, lines, and blow) addiction. Moreover, our integrated treatment approach focuses on healing the mind, body and spirit so our patients can recover.

Signs & Symptoms of Cocaine Addiction

There are many symptoms and dangerous indications familiar among those battling cocaine addiction. If you or a loved one is experiencing any of the following addiction signs, it may be essential to seek cocaine addiction treatment.

  • Intensified agitation
  • Nasal congestion
  • Nausea
  • Restlessness
  • Paranoia
  • Dilated Pupils
  • Nosebleeds
  • Hyperactivity
  • Involuntary movements
  • Excessive (crash) sleep
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What Is Cocaine?

Cocaine is a stimulant drug derived from the leaves of the coca plant. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), this drug usually comes in a fine, white powder but can also come crystallized in the form of crack cocaine.

Understanding Cocaine

Cocaine is a powerful stimulant that many people use to get high and experience higher energy levels and euphoria. Many users will either snort the powder or rub it on their gums. 

Cocaine increases dopamine levels in the brain, which gives the user a euphoric feeling. Over time, the dopamine receptors become damaged and tolerance builds up, meaning it takes more cocaine than normal to feel high. 

Because of its ability to make the user feel energetic, many people suffering from mental disorders such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) use cocaine as an alternative to prescription stimulants like Adderall. It’s also a common drug of choice for people with narcolepsy

Cocaine Effects and Abuse

Cocaine has side effects similar to other types of stimulants, but the drug affects everyone differently. Protract cocaine abuse causes changes to an individual’s brain chemistry. This can lead to erratic behavior, severe depression, delirium or psychosis, and paranoia. The most common side effects of cocaine abuse are: 

  • Loss of appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Inability to fall asleep
  • Paranoia
  • Psychosis
  • Dilated pupils
  • Increased heart rate
  • Irritability and mood swings
  • Over-excitement

Stimulant Use Disorder

While many people view cocaine as simply a party drug, it’s highly addictive and can cause severe medical issues. Over time, cocaine can damage the central nervous system and cardiovascular system. It also increases blood pressure, and impairs your cognitive function. Stimulant use disorder is the continued use of stimulants (like cocaine / crack) despite harm and consequences to the user. 

Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Stimulant Treatment Center

There are several different types of treatments for cocaine addiction. Unlike opioids and other narcotics, detoxification from cocaine usually only takes a few days and has much less severe side effects. 

Even though the detox process is mild, the addiction and cravings are strong. For those who are severely addicted, our residential program in Fort Myers is a great place to start. Here, you’ll participate in intensive behavioral change with our cocaine addiction treatment professionals. We’ll help you become the best version of yourself without the need of stimulants like cocaine and crack.

There are outpatient treatments for cocaine addiction as well, including cognitive-behavioral therapy. You can also seek help from support groups, such as Narcotics Anonymous.

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