Cocaine: A Powerful Stimulant.
Many people believe that cocaine is not as addictive or life-threatening as other prescription or opioid drugs. This is, unfortunately for addicts, untrue.
Cocaine is the second most trafficked drug in the world, with its distribution in North America ranking second worldwide. A stimulant drug as powerful as cocaine can result in death after just one use, turning a simple experiment into a deadly affair. For regular users who have built up a tolerance to cocaine, the risk of an overdose becomes even greater, making the need to seek help imperative.
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The Symptoms Of Cocaine Addiction.
While the signs and symptoms of cocaine addiction may not always be obvious, there are some important clues to be aware of if you suspect someone you know has a problem. These can include (but are not limited to):
- Mood swings and irritability
- A sudden and frequent loss of appetite
- Difficulty sleeping
- A constantly runny nose
- Financial crises
If you are a cocaine user and fear you may be developing an addiction, or if you have a loved one you fear for, please call Mountainview Recovery. Cocaine use may be associated with the following symptoms:
- Headaches that worsen over time
- Chills and sweats, even in cold rooms and environments
- Frequent trouble sleeping
Mountainview Recovery: Healing The Sick, One Day At A Time.
At Mountainview Recovery, our team of experts in detox and rehabilitation takes great measures to ensure our patients are both comfortable and progressive in their efforts to get sober. We employ a full-time medical staff, including registered nurses and doctors, to help our patients get through what will be some of the darkest but most liberating hours of their lives.
These medical professionals prescribe those seeking rehabilitation anti-depressants, detox medications, and comfort medications during their stay to help ween them off cocaine without forcing them to suffer through the harsh effects of detox.
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Cocaine Addiction Treatments.
The first stage of detox is one of the most important. Before a person can focus on gaining the knowledge and skills needed to live a life of recovery, addictive substances must be removed from the body
At Mountainview Recovery, we want each individual who comes to us for help with dependence or addiction to have the best chance of establishing lasting recovery.
Once detox and treatment are over, your recovery isn’t over. In fact, it’s just beginning! And, these first days of recovery, once treatment concludes, are the riskiest.
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Learn About the Help We Can Offer.
There is hope for those who feel they have none.You or your loved one’s addiction to cocaine, opioids, alcohol, or non-opioids can be treated, and you can re-take control of your life. Better days are ahead, and we can help you get there with one phone call.