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Treating Cocaine Addiction
Unlike heroin and alcohol, withdrawal from cocaine addiction has no visible physical symptoms like vomiting, itching, and trembling but the level of craving after withdrawal exceeds that of other substances. People with high dependency on cocaine, often resort to alcohol, sedatives, and anti-anxiety medicines like xanax; although in most cases this just shifts the addiction from one substance to the other.
Rehab centers can help withstand the symptoms of withdrawal both medicinally and emotionally. Group therapies, counseling and motivational interviews help build strong psychological and emotional defenses against the drug decreasing the chance of relapse. Treating cocaine addiction in Lakeville involves the redirection of thoughts and actions that can lead to usage; this can be achieved successfully in rehab, where the environment is perfect for addicts to overcome emotional disorders and cravings.
Inpatient and Outpatient Programs
The treatments which are available include use of treatment drugs like methadone and Buprenorphine. These drugs help by blocking brain receptors that receive heroin which eventually decreases cravings. Inpatient programs help the abuser understand their addiction and guide them to a sober lifestyle. It helps patients recover by treating them through detoxification and use of medicine.
Outpatient programs, on the other hand, also use the same treatment methods but patients are not subjected to a treatment facility.
Prescription medications include, but are not limited to: Xanax. All of these drugs are physically and emotionally addictive and should be treated with great respect. These medications need to be used as prescribed in order to avoid an addiction. If you find yourself abusing the medication, please contact your prescribing physician immediately or call the staff at Affordable Rehab of Lakeville .
It is rare that the person abusing prescription medication began taking these medications with the idea in mind of becoming an addict. In general terms, the person takes the medication to "feel better" physically, hoping they will gain some relief from their pain. Another effect of the medication is it provides people a feeling of "well being", which they have been lacking. In an attempt to reduce the pain even further and enhance the feeling of "well being", the individual begins to take additional medication. What happens is a tolerance to the drug is developed, so the person requires more and more medication. Soon, the feeling of "well being" can not be achieved, the pain although diminished is still present, but an addiction to the medication is now present.
If addicted, never discontinue the use of prescription medication on your own. There can be severe medical and psychological consequences. Please call Affordable Rehab of Lakeville at call (651) 395-7995 and we will assist you in locating a quality healthcare professional or detox program.
While there are a variety of treatment facilities available in Lakeville , inpatient programs remain the most effective. Residential stabilization (detox) gives a head start to the addiction treatment process, which is necessary to curb any health issues that may hinder chances of recovery.
Most importantly, a rehab will teach the addict how they can pick up their cognitive abilities so that he or she can realize that there is a life waiting for them outside of a meth addiction.
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- Professional Treatment that Works
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- 12-Step Small Group Therapy
- Safe Medically Supervised Detox and Rehab
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