Luxury Rehab Center

Cocaine Addiction

Luxury Crack and Cocaine Rehab

Cocaine and crack cocaine are two of the most commonly abused drugs in the world. Next to marijuana, cocaine is the second-most abused illicit drug in the United States. Despite its popularity, cocaine abuse can have serious effects on both the health of the user and on their relationships with friends and loved ones. If you or someone you care about has a cocaine problem, we can help. We are a holistic cocaine rehab center that combines traditional addictions counseling with alternative therapies to address the overall health of a client’s mind, body, and spirit.

Dangers of Cocaine Use

With long-term abuse of cocaine, users suffer a number of negative health effects, including heart disease, stroke, seizures, and more. Equally troubling is the social impact of crack and cocaine use: users can display violent, irrational, or paranoid behavior, and can experience problems at work, at home, and financially. Many users report feeling as if the drug has “taken over their life.”

Without help, quitting cocaine addiction can be extremely challenging. Although physical withdrawal symptoms such as vomiting are unusual, emotionally the recovery can be difficult. Addicted individuals who try to stop using without the appropriate emotional supports in place can feel depressed or anxious for several months. With professional help from our caring and qualified Recovery Support Team, you or your loved one can get the support you need. Recovering from cocaine withdrawal and addiction is not easy, but with professional help, it is possible.

Withdrawal Symptoms

Clients in cocaine rehab report a number of strong withdrawal symptoms lasting anywhere from hours to days after cessation of use. These include intense cravings, moodiness, restlessness, difficulty sleeping, and more. Clients who enter our cocaine rehab center undergo medically supervised detox to help them control these symptoms. Once the initial withdrawal period is over, our inpatient rehab program begins.

Inpatient Cocaine Rehab

Treatment at our cocaine rehab center is focused around a minimum of 10-15 individualized sessions per week. In these sessions, we work with you to develop new, healthy behaviors to replace drug use. Partly this is done through one-on-one counseling – regular sessions with a psychiatrist specializing in addiction are an important component of treatment. In addition to psychotherapy, you may also receive Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other treatments that can address all aspects of your mental health recovery.

Another large part of cocaine rehab involves non-traditional modalities such as Art Therapy, Music Therapy, and fitness training. Through these activities, not only do clients have an important outlet for emotional expression, but they are able to explore new interests that can fill the void left by drug abuse when they leave our facilities.Through Life Purpose Coaching, your loved one can identify important personal goals and practice the skills necessary to achieve them — and get a glimpse of what a satisfying, sober lifestyle after rehab can look like.

Help is Available

Non-addicts often struggle to understand the mindset of drug users, particularly when it comes to cocaine dependence. Many individuals struggling with addiction face a lot of shame and stigma that prevents them from getting help on their own. At our luxury rehab center, the healing process begins with compassion and caring support. When you or your loved one makes the choice to enroll here, you are choosing to free yourself from the addicted lifestyle — and find a path to sobriety. If you or someone you love is struggling with an addiction to cocaine, contact us today at 1-877-628-1489 and get help now!

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