Cocaine Detox

Cocaine is one of the most highly addictive stimulants in the world. Millions throughout the world have fallen victim to Cocaine addiction since it became popular in the 1970’s. Cocaine has long been associated with clubs because it gives the users energy to part without growing tired. This drug is taken by people of all walks of life looking for a pick-me-upper type drug. Millions of people throughout the nation seek treatment for Cocaine addiction each year.

Developing a Cocaine Addiction

The more often an individual uses cocaine the greater their tolerance to the drug will grow, requiring more and more to achieve the desired effects. Eventually the individual will become addicted to cocaine, experience both mental and physical cravings for the drug. Cocaine quickly becomes top priority, getting high is the only thing that is important and the individual does not feel ‘normal’ without it. Most suffering from a cocaine addiction hit rock bottom when the seek out help. For those ready to start their recovery the first step is to go through the Cocaine Detox Process.

Cocaine Withdrawal Symptoms

  • Strong cravings for more cocaine
  • Fatigue
  • Lack of pleasure
  • Anxiety
  • Irritability
  • Sleepiness,
  • Agitation
  • Extreme suspicion

Cocaine Detox Process

The goal of the cocaine detox process is to cleanse the individual physically of any effects of cocaine along with any chemicals or toxins running through the individual’s body. This is done in a variety of settings, often in a hospital. There Doctors and staff who are trained chemical dependency specialist are able to ensure the individual’s comfort and safety. A non-addictive medication can be given to help relieve any withdrawal symptoms the individual may experience. The Cocaine Detox Process is to help the individual get over the physical aspects of their addiction and ready to move onto the next step of getting over the emotional and mental aspects of their addiction.

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