Cocaine addiction can have you believing a lot of lies.
If you’re addicted to heroin or alcohol, you’ll feel it physically if you stop using. Nausea, cramping and the chills are just a few of the many withdrawal symptoms.
But cocaine is different.
You won’t feel physically ill when you stop using, which leads many to falsely believe that they’re OK—and so they give up on rehab.
But that’s a lie. You may not fill sick to your stomach, but that doesn’t mean you’re better or over your cocaine addiction. The truth is that cocaine withdrawal causes anxiety, depression, insomnia, poor concentration and lethargy—and it’s those symptoms that cause many to return to the drug.
The Benefits of Cocaine Rehab Programs
There is no pill that can help you magically make the psychological symptoms of cocaine withdrawal disappear.
But there is help.
The best treatment centers can help you recover in the following ways:
• Help address the discomfort of withdrawal
• Address the nutritional deficiencies caused by cocaine use
• Diagnose and treat any co-occurring conditions that may have led to substance abuse
• Use therapy, including family therapy, to learn more about yourself, your addiction and your relationships
• Build a new life, with new goals. Getting sober isn’t enough. The goal of any good rehab is to help you create a life that brings you true joy and peace.
Cocaine Rehab at The Raleigh House
It’s true that cocaine is highly addictive, but recovery is possible and happens every day. At The Raleigh House, our first goal is to make you feel safe and comfortable. You’re then assigned your own master’s level therapist who will work with you to come up with a plan that addresses the physical, psychological, mental, spiritual and social aspects of recovery. The goal is not just to get off of cocaine. It’s to find your path to a healthy, fulfilling and rewarding life. Fill out our form or contact us today to learn more about the cocaine addiction treatment program at The Raleigh House.