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Cocaine Addiction Rehab

It is never too late to take your life back from cocaine abuse – and you don’t have to do it alone.

At New Breath Recovery, we believe no one is born struggling with drug or alcohol abuse. Instead, the biology and life experiences of every person shapes their battle with drug addiction.

Our goal is to focus on hope throughout your cocaine addiction rehab. Our addiction specialists know firsthand the importance of support and guidance as a person is overcoming cocaine addiction.

At New Breath Recovery, we guarantee individualized care tailored to your personal needs for cocaine addiction treatment when you seek treatment with us. Learn about our cocaine abuse treatment programs and how we can start helping you today!

Cocaine use disorders often begin with recreational drug use. Those who abuse the drug may not realize it is a highly addictive stimulant due to its impact on the brain.

Cocaine is extracted from the coca plant and impacts the central nervous system by releasing high levels of dopamine. This chemical can cause a person to feel euphoric and then want to seek out the experience again and again.

A person is prone to chronic cocaine abuse when they develop a tolerance to the effects of cocaine over time. This means they must abuse cocaine in greater doses to experience the same results and are more prone to overdose. Consider seeking cocaine addiction treatment when drug abuse impairs daily functioning.

The detoxification process is intended to help you manage withdrawal symptoms without experiencing serious pain or discomfort. However, if you choose to quit your cocaine abuse on your own, you can experience seizures or more terminal side effects.

Our proven system of administering prescribed medication helps minimize your cocaine cravings and allows you to break your cycle of drug abuse. Additionally, without cocaine dependence and withdrawal symptoms, you can achieve and maintain a sober life.

Physical Symptoms

Physical symptoms of cocaine withdrawal may include:

– Fatigue
– Increased hunger
– Changes in sleep patterns 
– And more

Psychological Symptoms

While the physical symptoms of cocaine withdrawal may be uncomfortable, the psychological symptoms are where the risk of relapse comes into play, as these symptoms present big challenges for those navigating the detox process.

 

Psychological symptoms of cocaine withdrawal may include:

– Depression
– Anxiety
– Mood swings
– Paranoia
– Irritability
– And more

Remember, detoxing without the support of a medical professional can be dangerous and even deadly. Therefore, never detox alone, and always seek support from a treatment specialist.

At New Breath Recovery, we treat cocaine addiction based on the ideas of compassionate, personalized care. Our drug abuse treatment programs provide both medical detoxification and mental health services during your addiction recovery in order to prioritize long-term, sustainable sobriety.

Substance abuse and mental health have been proven to be deeply connected, which is why behavioral therapy is a crucial element of any drug rehab program. In order to develop tools to prevent relapse in the future, your addiction treatment will include several therapeutic options to help you find positive coping skills that last.

Through a variety of group therapy sessions, family therapy, and individual therapy, you are given a safe space to address the triggers in your life that led to drug abuse. Thus, you can successfully navigate triggering situations in the future.

At New Breath Recovery, we believe recovery is a lifelong process. Therefore, through residential treatment and specialized aftercare programs, we work with you to offer the addiction treatment services you most need to achieve successful sobriety.

Contact us today for more information on how New Breath Recovery can best serve you. Whether you want to figure out insurance coverage, our rehab admissions process, or other treatment options available to you, one phone call can begin your recovery journey. We look forward to supporting you soon!

At New Breath Recovery, we understand that sobriety is vital to long-term recovery. Our team works with your specific recovery needs in order to adjust a special treatment plan.

If you are ready to make the next step towards an addiction-free life, give us a call today at (805) 800-8708. If you are not ready to make the call, you can fill out our contact form, and one of our specialists will call you back.

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