Let Verve Health Support You with Treatment for Cocaine Addiction
Cocaine and crack cocaine are both common substances used in the UK for partying and are highly addictive. Their intense but short highs can easily lead to drug addiction.
Our cocaine rehab services prioritise supporting people recovering from drug addiction in a safe environment and in a healthy way. Our clinical teams and medical staff will provide you with comfort while you undergo your treatment at our cocaine addiction rehab.
Deaths put down to cocaine use have risen significantly during the last 25 years. Our country’s addiction to cocaine is only getting worse. Long-term drug use is rising in the UK, and addiction rates are worsening.
It’s easy to assume because you are only using cocaine recreationally that you don’t have an addiction, but it’s easy for an addiction to start.
If you’re concerned about your drug use and looking for some help and support to stop using cocaine, you can call us on 0203 955 7703 to start your journey to recovery. We’ll provide you with confidential advice and support if you’ve decided now is the time to get help and quit cocaine.
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Do I Have a Cocaine Addiction?
There are plenty of signs that can indicate you being addicted to cocaine. When you use cocaine, your brain gets a dopamine hit that gives you a euphoric feeling. It’s that intense high that cocaine users get addicted to, and it’s difficult to replicate. Over time, you’ll need to use more cocaine in order to get the same feeling.
It’s common for cocaine addicts to not even realise they have a problem. Before you know it, the drug can take over your life. Here are several signs you might have developed a cocaine addiction:
- Lying to people to hide your drug use
- Stealing money to buy cocaine
- Feeling agitated or restless if you don’t get cocaine
- Getting regular cravings for the drug
- Being unable to get through the day without taking cocaine
- Experiencing depression or other mental health problems if you don’t get a fix
- Having ongoing nose and sinus problems from snorting the drug
- Reduced appetite
- Irritable behaviour and mood swings
If you recognise any of these behaviours in yourself, there is cocaine addiction help there to support you getting off the substance. There are plenty of treatment options and types of therapy that can support you through a detox process.
Verve Health is here to help you make that first step. Please call 0203 955 7703 if you want to discuss our range of treatments and programmes. We’ll talk you through all the treatments available, and start the process of your rehab treatment.
Getting Cocaine Addiction Treatment
The first step to getting better is admitting you have a problem. Now that you’ve done that, you can start getting cocaine addiction treatment. Often people who undergo cocaine addiction treatment may also need support getting off alcohol, too. At Verve Health, you can access residential cocaine addiction recovery and get support with an alcohol detox.
Our cocaine addiction treatment involves blended psychodynamic therapy approaches, and we will work with you on your time. It doesn’t matter if you can only do a week, or if you can manage the 28 days treatment programme, it’s your recovery. We want to help you get back on the right track and take your life back from substance abuse.
If you’re looking to get more information on the treatment for cocaine addiction, all you need to do is please call Verve Health on 0203 955 7703. Our friendly clinical teams are here to provide you with all the help and support you need to access rehab and begin your addiction recovery. We’ll work with you to help you remain drug-free.
What is Cocaine Rehab?
At Verve Health, our treatment options include residential treatment and access to therapy sessions during your recovery. Our residential rehab lasts up to 28 days, and will help you detox from cocaine and go through withdrawal in a safe environment.
We work with clinical staff and recovery practitioners who will help no matter how severe your cocaine addiction is. First, we’ll run an addiction assessment with our clinical teams to help develop a treatment plan. Our focus is to also help the problem that led you to drugs.
A lot of addicts ended up in that position because of many factors, including trauma they’ve experienced, or to run from a mental health problem. We aim to go right to the root of the problem, discussing why you started taking drugs and tackling that as part of your treatment plan.
Once you enter rehabilitation, you will have access to support groups, group therapy, and recovery teams to support you through the detox process. It’s likely you’ll experience cocaine withdrawal symptoms such as increased appetite, high blood pressure, fatigue, and irritability as you undergo your inpatient treatment programme.
We will be there to support you every step of the way as part of our rehabilitation clinic. You’ll also get access to six months of aftercare once it’s over, so you don’t need to go it alone.
It doesn’t matter how severe or long-term your cocaine addiction is, we’ll provide you with all the types of therapy and medical help you’ll need to become drug free. This is especially pertinent if you’re going through your withdrawal symptoms, which can be the worst in the initial 72 hours of treatment. Going through the initial cocaine detox can often require 24/7 support. But any depression, irritability, or cravings will get better in time.
At their worst, withdrawal symptoms can bring on suicidal thoughts in some people. If that’s the case, you should always tell a medical professional.
We aim to provide you with extensive aftercare and support groups. So, you’ll continue to be supported even after the residential rehab is over. You’ll also have the option of joining group therapy, or looking into outpatient treatment options.
Contact Verve Health for Cocaine Addiction Treatment
Our residential rehabilitation clinics are available for treatment with your cocaine addiction. We have luxurious centres in England perfectly placed for helping you kick cocaine use.
At Verve Health, we’re thorough. So, we’ll also support you in tacking other co-occurring health issues too, whether it’s another addiction or a mental health problem. If you’re looking for some cocaine addiction treatment and are concerned about your own substance abuse, call us today for some advice on 0203 955 7703. Alternatively, if you don’t feel comfortable speaking, you can email us via our contact form.
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