Effects of Cocaine
Cocaine Effects can include a feeling that
is the same as a high level of production, a overall euphoric feeling.
Cocaine Negative effects is especially difficult
to overcome, because once an individual has taken this drug it will circulate
throughout the bloodstream and leave a metabolite (residue) in our fat
tissue, and bone marrow. This residue can cause serious side effects like
cravings, anxiety, and depression. It takes the human body 5 years to
remove all of this residue from the fat tissue and Bone Marrow. Also the
Cocaine will interfere with the dopamine (chemical produced in the brain
for Mental Stability) and serotonin (chemical produced in the brain for
pleasure) levels. This causes the addict serious depression some days
while other days everything is good. Statistically cocaine addiction recovery
is anywhere from 3% to as high as 76% depending on the cocaine addiction
Cocaine treatment methods that are available include the 2 week
detox 21 or 28 day 12 step model where the person goes into detox then
a group therapy rehab to try to resolve the issue.. This however is only
the same end result as if you detox on your own (3%). The success rate
in the long term however is always higher if the person does detox off
the cocaine completely and then goes into a long term cocaine treatment
Cocaine addiction treatment center - there are many
to choose from and they range from 2 weeks to 2 years in length. The 2
weeks being a 12 step inpatient or outpatient model. This treatment can
be available in 30 to 90 day lengths as well. The success rate of this
style unfortunately is only 3% to 18%.
Cocaine Detox Treatment Center - A unique method of
treating cocaine addiction is to address the biophysical addiction first,
then the mental addiction. This method includes a sauna detox that removes
all remaining metabolites (residues) from the body to stop cravings. Phase
two of the treatment involves a cognitive life skills therapy. Life skills
to allow the person to live a drug free productive life.
Cocaine Addiction Treatment referral information is
available by submitting a from or calling the toll free help line 1-888-781-7060.