Cocaine Detox and Rehab Centres The Most Affordable Drug and Alcohol Rehab in the UK Call 0845 3881 543 / Mobiles Call 07811 606 606 – Cocaine Help & Advice ADUS Healthcare – Est: 2009 Get help We fully understand addiction. After all everyone who works with us has been there. I am not going to tell you anything you don’t know, but your addiction will only get worse without help. Look where you have come from, and where you are now. It is a sliding scale, and your addiction has get worse. Look what you have lost, and are about to lose. We deal with this problem all day every day. Let us help you. It really is that simple. Call is now on Tel: 0845 3881 543 or mobiles call Tel: 07811 606 606. We are not here to judge you, tell you off etc. We just know we can help you. You have nothing to lose by calling us, but a lot to lose by not calling us. Its up to you. Cocaine – We offer the most affordable Cocaine detox and Rehab programs anywhere in the UK. Call us now on 0845 3881 543 or mobiles call 07811 606 606. Our team are here to help you. Cocaine – If you have got to the stage where you have found this website, Trust me, your Cocaine habit will ONLY GET WORSE. It wont get better until you start engaging in professional help. We deal with Cocaine addiction on a daily basis, and the road you are on, is NOT a good one. We see clients lose everything. There businesses, their loved ones, etc. The good news is, you have found us. We offer We offer the most affordable drug and alcohol rehab centres available in the UK. Call now for more details. We are saving clients and families £1000’s. Cocaine addiction is a psychological addiction, and needs to be treated accordingly. We have an 85% success rate on long term abstinence from Cocaine. Treatment We help to ensure you receive the right addiction treatment to suit your needs. When choosing treatment for yourself, or for a loved one, it is important to be knowledgeable about the different types of treatment and treatment clinics available. Our confidential professional approach is simple. We provide clear, honest and knowledgeable advice from people who understand. We will only offer treatments, interventions.and services that are appropriate and tailored to your individual needs. Need Help Need Help – Living with an addiction to any substance is not a great feeling whether it is legal or illegal. I have met hundreds of people with an addiction, and I can safely say “I have never met anyone who has been happy to have an addiction”. Here at ADUS Healthcare we help 100’s of people every year who are struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, and I am sure we can help you. Our main number is open 24 hours a day and we are happy to here from the client themselves who have an addiction, or the family of a loved one with an addiction. We offer family intervention, which basically means, if the family of the client are struggling to talk to the client due to a breakdown in communication, we can help. Contact Us For Immediate Confidential Help and Advice, Call our team on Tel: 0845 3881 543 or Mobiles call 07811 606 606 (Open 24 hours) Text: Tel: 07811 606 606 – You can also text for a “call back” Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Write: Our address is on our contact page of this website. Need Help – How can we help: Now open 24 hours a day to tell you all about our detox programs, and Rehabilitation programs. Alcohol Rehab as well as Drug Rehab. Advice on the best centre for your needs, and Funding if necessary. We can give you a clearer understanding of how it all works, and arrange home or residential rehabilitation programs. If you choose to go private, we offer the most affordable treatment available or the most executive rehabilitation centres available. We deal with ALL addictions from drugs to alcohol, gambling to Sexual. We can collect you from anywhere in the UK. ALL our centres are CQC registered. We give you 12 months FREE aftercare with all our programs (Other companies are charging £1,000+). ALL ADUS Healthcare assessments are FREE. ALL Intervention work is FREE (Other companies are charging £1,500 per day + expenses). We care about you. Need Help – This list above just covers some of the things we offer. There is much more to ADUS Healthcare than you would think. Why not call our team today, and let’s see how we can help you. Tel: 0845 3881 543 or Mobiles call 07811 606 606. Cocaine Cocaine is a powerfully addictive stimulant drug. The powdered form of cocaine is either snorted or in some rear cases injected. Crack cocaine is cocaine that comes in a rock crystal that is heated and smoked. The term“crack” refers to the crackling sound produced by the rock as it is heated. Many cocaine users report that they seek but fail to achieve the same experience as they had with their first use. Some users will increase their dose in an attempt to intensify and prolong the effect, but this can also increase the risk of adverse psychological or physiological effects. Cocaine Cont Cocaine is a crystalline tropane alkaliod that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant. The name comes from “coca” in addition to the alkaloid suffix -ine, forming cocaine. It is a stimulant of the central nervous system and an appetite suppressant. Specifically, it is a serotonin- norepinephrine- dopamine reuptake inhibitor, which mediates functionality of such as an exogenous catecholamine transporter ligand. Because of the way it affects the mesolimbic reward pathway, cocaine is addictive. Its possession, cultivation, and distribution are illegal for non-medicinal and non-government sanctioned purposes in virtually all parts of the world. Although its free commercialization is illegal and has been severely penalized in virtually all countries, its use worldwide remains widespread in many social, cultural, and personal settings. Coca Leaf For over a thousand years South American indigenous peoples have chewed the coca leaf (Erythroxylon coca), a plant that contains vital nutrients as well as numerous alkaloids, including cocaine. The leaf was, and is, chewed almost universally by some indigenous communities—ancient Peruvian mummies have been found with the remains of coca leaves and pottery from the time period depicts humans, cheeks bulged with the presence of something on which they are chewing. There is also evidence that these cultures used a mixture of coca leaves and saliva as an anesthetic for the performance of trepanation. When the Spanish arrived in South America, most at first ignored aboriginal claims that the leaf gave them strength and energy, and declared the practice of chewing it the work of the Devil. But after discovering that these claims were true, they legalized and taxed the leaf, taking 10% off the value of each crop. Crack Cocaine Street names: Crack, Big C, Blow, Coke, Flake, Freebase, Lady, Nose Candy, Rock, Snow, Snowbirds, White Crack. Crack Cocaine, or crack cocaine is a form of cocaine. It has not been neutralized by an acid to make cocaine hydrochloride, the purist form of the chemical. Crack comes in a rock crystal form that can be heated and inhaled or smoked. It is called ‘crack’ in reference to the cracking sound it makes when it is heated. Crack cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant. Crack cocaine is almost always smoked or freebased. Freebasing involves heating the crack until it liquefies and inhaling the vapors through a pipe. The vapors are absorbed by the lungs, producing an immediate euphoric high. Crack is highly addictive, possibly even more than other forms of cocaine. Crack users are at risk for the usual effects of cocaine (dangerously elevated blood pressure, heart rate, and temperature, risk of seizure and cardiac arrest) as well as respiratory disorders, such as coughing, bleeding, shortness of breath, and lung trauma. Extensive Crack use can cause paranoia and aggressiveness. Negative affects Cocaine use and abuse has a variety of negative effects on the body. For example, cocaine constricts blood vessels, dilates pupils, and increases body temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure. It can also cause headaches and gastrointestinal complications such as abdominal pain and nausea. Cocaine use also decreases appetite, chronic users can become malnourished as well. Regular intranasal use (snorting) of cocaine can lead to loss of the sense of smell; nosebleeds; problems with swallowing; hoarseness; and a chronically runny nose. Ingesting cocaine can cause severe bowel gangrene as a result of reduced blood flow. Injecting cocaine can bring about severe allergic reactions and increased risk for contracting HIV/AIDS and other blood-borne diseases. Binge-patterned cocaine use may lead to irritability, restlessness, and anxiety. Cocaine abusers can also experience severe paranoia or a full-blown paranoid psychosis in which they lose touch with reality and experience auditory hallucinations.