Cocaine affects the brain and is highly addictive. Cocaine is taken in many different ways and comes in different forms. Cocaine hydrochloride is the pure chemical that is found in cocaine. This chemical has been abused for over 100 years. After just one dose of cocaine, a user feels the effects immediately. It can cause them to feel energetic, alert, and talkative. Cocaine may also give the user a heightened sense of touch, sight, and sound. Often times, a user of cocaine doesn’t eat or sleep very much and can display erotic or violent behavior. Aside from cocaine being very addictive, long term use can cause respiratory, cardiovascular, and neurological complications.
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Once a person has become addicted to cocaine it’s very hard to stop without professional help from a cocaine rehabs. Addiction is a physical disease. There are many cocaine rehabs out there for an addict who seeks help. We can help you find the one that is right for you. We know where to find the most affordable, effective, nicest, and/or professional cocaine rehabs out there. We are aware that rehabs can be costly. Most rehabs accept health insurance. If you don’t have health insurance, we can find a treatment center that offers financing, so you are able to pay for your treatment over time. If money isn’t an issue for you, we know of some luxury rehab centers that have amenities of a 4-5 star hotel. Even though many treatment facilities don’t allow patients to have their own room, we know where to find a couple of treatment centers that offer this amenity. Treatment at every cocaine rehab center will always be classified and private.
There are inpatient and outpatient cocaine rehabs. The severity of the users cocaine use will often determine if he or she should attend an inpatient or outpatient rehab. An inpatient rehab is best suited for a person with a severe addiction to cocaine. Impatient treatments are a period of 30, 60, or 90 days. Research has proved that 90 day cocaine rehabs are much more effective and have less of a chance of the person relapsing than 30 and 60 day treatments, especially for a person who has a severe drug problem. At an inpatient cocaine rehab, the user will under go medically supervised cocaine detox. They will partake in group and individual counseling. Some rehabs have family counseling. Family counseling is very beneficial, because it helps family members understand how to help their loved one through their troubled times. After treatment and recovery, it’s imperative for a prior user to attend 12 step meetings and after care programs. People who don’t voluntarily seek help for treatment can still be effectively helped. Some addicts don’t want to face the fact that they are dependent on cocaine. Intervention by family and friends can often times open up a users eyes and help them face their addiction.