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Are you looking for cocaine addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one?
At The Plymouth House we understand how devastating cocaine addiction can be. Cocaine addiction affects an estimated 1.5 million Americans on an annual basis, according to a research report published by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The majority of men and women who abuse cocaine are between the ages of 18 and 25, though cocaine abuse and addiction can affect people in any demographic. In the year 2014, an estimated 913,000 Americans met the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders criteria for cocaine dependence. While this number has remained relatively stable, the number of emergency room visits and overdose related deaths directly linked to cocaine have continued to increase.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that there were a total of 14,666 reported cases of cocaine overdose in 2018. There were roughly two and a half times more cocaine related fatalities in 2018 than there were in 2014. This increase is attributed partially to record levels of cocaine production, and partially to the fact that many drug dealers are now combining chemical substances of all kinds with fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that is between 50 and 100 times more potent than morphine. Accidental overdose is always preventable. Sadly, many of the men and women in the country who are currently suffering from a diagnosable cocaine abuse disorder will never seek or receive the professional care they so desperately need.
At The Plymouth House we believe that effective treatment options should be readily available to those in need. Our program of cocaine addiction recovery focuses on equipping our guests with the healthy coping mechanisms and life skills they need to overcome physical and psychological dependence and stay sober long-term. We take a whole-person approach to recovery, and focus on comprehensive healing.
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Effects of Cocaine Abuse
There are many short- and long- term effects that go hand-in-hand with cocaine abuse and addiction. Like other chemical substances, repetitive use of cocaine leads to long-term cognitive changes and permanent cognitive decline. People who use cocaine in small amounts tend to feel a rush of euphoria, an increase in mental alertness and increased sociability. The short-term effects of cocaine typically last for between 15 and 30 minutes. Some of the short-term physiological effects of cocaine use include increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, a rise in body temperature and constricted blood vessels. Short-term psychological effects can include anxiety, feelings of restlessness and irritability and panic attacks.
If a person overdoses on cocaine, he or she typically experiences a seizure or goes into cardiac arrest. If a person uses cocaine for an extended period of time, he or she is liable to develop a physical tolerance meaning that a greater amount of the drug is necessary in order for the desired effects to be produced. Using a significant amount of cocaine for an extended period of time can result in the development of anxiety disorders, the loss of sense of smell, chronic nosebleeds, tears and ulcerations in the gastrointestinal tract, significant weight loss as a result of decreased appetite, cardiovascular issues and full-blown psychosis.
But..there is hope! Plymouth House has helped hundreds of men and women recover from cocaine addiction and go on to lead healthy, happy and substance-free lives. The Plymouth House Program utilizes a powerful combination of intense 12-step work, therapy and holistic treatment options in order to consistently deliver the most effective and integrated care available. If you are someone you know and love has been struggling with cocaine addiction, we are available to help. Contact us today for more information.
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Signs & Symptoms
Signs & Symptoms
Symptoms associated with cocaine addiction include:
- Using more cocaine than intended for a longer period of time than intended
- Continuing to use cocaine despite related consequences
- Using cocaine even though it might be resulting in serious health related issues
- Attempting to cut back on the amount of cocaine being taken, or attempting to quit entirely, but not being able to do so for any significant period of time
- Developing a physical tolerance, meaning that a larger amount of cocaine becomes required in order for the desired effects to be produced
- Experiencing physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms when cocaine use is stopped abruptly
- Failing to fulfill personal obligations, or experiencing a lack of productivity (and other issues) at work or at school
- A range of physical indications of a cocaine abuse disorder, which can include a chronic runny nose (if the drug is being ingested nasally), significant weight loss (based on a decreased appetite) or a lack of attention paid to personal hygiene
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When it comes to the effective treatment of cocaine abuse and addiction, there are several treatment options available. Because the psychological drug cravings that go hand-in-hand with early sobriety can be so overwhelming, it is always recommended that any person who has been struggling with cocaine addiction enters into a long-term inpatient treatment program. At The Plymouth House we combine the 12-Step model of addiction recovery with intensive behavioral therapy and a range of proven holistic techniques.
The treatment we provide each and every guests includes:
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Working through the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous with a designated 12-Step practitioner and attending at least one meeting every day
- Access to a range of recreational activities, including scheduled hikes and numerous other outdoor group activities
- A focus on holistically based treatment methods like mindfulness meditation and yoga
- The incorporation of proven therapeutic methods like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy
- Personalized aftercare planning that includes participation in our alumni program
- Relapse prevention training and the development of healthy coping mechanisms
- Comprehensive clinical & medical care
- Life skills workshops
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Despite the fact that cocaine addiction affects millions of Americans on an annual basis, a very small fraction of these men and women end up seeking the professional treatment they so desperately need. This could be because they are unaware of the extensive, recovery-related resources that are readily available to them. It could be because they are hesitant to commit to a long-term program of addiction recovery because they don’t know what to expect. At the Plymouth House we focus on ensuring that our guests feel as comfortable and well-informed as possible before arriving at our facility. When you or your loved one arrives at The Plymouth House, you’ll quickly see that we are not a typical treatment facility. Nestled in the foothills of The White Mountains of New Hampshire The Plymouth House provides our guests with a safe, serene and comfortable environment to overcome their addiction and recover.
We understand that committing to a long-term program of addiction recovery can seem overwhelming at first. Our experienced team of Treatment Advisors will personally work with you from your first contact with us until you arrive at The Plymouth House. We know that in most cases guests and their families have a myriad of questions regarding treatment options, costs, facilities and admissions details. Contact us any hour of the day — we will assist you in making the right choices for your situation.