Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine Addiction Help in Essex & London

What Is Cocaine?

Cocaine is an incredibly powerful stimulant drug, and highly addictive. People in South America have chewed and/or ingested coca leaves which are the source of cocaine, simply for their stimulant effects.

Over 100 years ago, cocaine hydrochloride was isolated from the plant and was actually used in tonics and elixirs to treat a variety of illnesses. It was even used by surgeons before synthetic anaesthetic was invented.

Research however, has since shown that cocaine is a powerfully addictive drug with mind-altering abilities and can eventually alter the brain structure and function when used repeatedly.

What Is Cocaine Addiction?

While cocaine is very addictive, it can often be difficult to recognise an actual addiction and hard to know when you need cocaine addiction help. Some obvious signs of a cocaine addiction are craving and using the drug despite the negative impact it has on the users life.

When it comes to a cocaine addiction, many don’t realise that it’s actually the psychological addiction that can be the hardest part to overcome.

For a frequent user, a dependence will develop and lead them craving cocaine in order to feel ‘normal’. Unfortunately, once a dependence has developed, so too will a tolerance along with withdrawal symptoms when the user hasn’t had their ‘fix’.

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Signs & Symptoms of Cocaine Addiction

While any use of cocaine would be considered abuse for the simple fact that it’s an illegal substance, it may not necessarily be an addiction. Once a cocaine addiction develops however, it can become extremely hard to stop. Despite the addictive nature of cocaine being widely known, thousands are still drawn to it and continue to use it with often complete disregard to the negative impact it has on their lives.

The question is, how can you recognise an addiction to cocaine? Here are some of the signs and symptoms you should look for. They range from psychological to physical and even behavioral:

  • Poor decision making
  • Restlessness
  • Irritability
  • Mood swings
  • Depression
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Dilated pupils
  • Stroke
  • Heart attack
  • Breathing problems
  • Impulsive actions
  • Risky behaviour
  • Decreased appetite 
  • Intense cravings 
  • Heightened alertness
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Cocaine Treatment At Infinity Addictions

From cocaine detox programs to group therapy and 1-2-1 therapy, the addiction treatment options available here at Infinity Addiction Solution are vast.

We treat the patient themselves, as well as the addiction, tailoring our services to suit the individual’s needs. By providing treatment this way, we ensure a much smoother recovery process as well as a much higher success rate for a long and healthy recovery.

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Contact Us Today

If you know someone struggling with a cocaine addiction, who’s looking for help to get their life back on track, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.

Our team are on hand to help your loved ones, and even yourself during these very difficult times. Our treatment plans are based on the individual’s needs and are here to help anyone in need. Please call 0800 334 5541 today.

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