Are you a cocaine user? Do you think you have developed an addiction to the drug? If so, you’re not alone. Our treatment program can provide the help you need to recover.
Cocaine is a stimulant drug, and misusing it is dangerous. There are many potential negative health effects of cocaine abuse but also the risk of becoming dependent on it and of overdosing, which can be fatal.1 If you or someone you know is abusing cocaine, you could be addicted. Cocaine addiction is serious and difficult to overcome. There is hope, though, in the form of professional addiction treatment. Reach out to get support for you or for your loved one before the consequences catch up to you.
Cocaine addiction, also known as cocaine use disorder, affects hundreds of thousands of people each year. According to recent statistics, 867,000 Americans struggled with cocaine use disorder in 2016.2 Regular and frequent use of cocaine may be a sign that someone you care about is struggling with this condition. Symptoms of being intoxicated from cocaine use include3:
Reach out to offer help if someone you know seems to be high a lot of the time. Other important signs of addiction include the repercussions of this regular use of the drug. You may notice these signs in yourself or someone else, and having just two or three of them can indicate a cocaine use disorder:
It is also important to watch out for signs of overdose. This can be fatal and should be treated as a medical emergency. Cocaine overdose causes high blood pressure, high body temperature, extreme agitation, difficulty breathing and hallucinations. It may also trigger a heart attack, seizure or stroke.1
We provide holistic care and treatment using an individualized approach specifically tailored to your needs. Secondly, we help you lead a healthy, substance-free life with adaptive coping and problem-solving skills. Contact us today for more information on our certified staff of professionals, as well as our first-rate facilities.