Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine Addiction. Call our counsellors now for FREE help and advice on Tel: 07811 606 606. We have 6 Private Residential Rehab Centres Available. We can also help you with NHS options.

Cocaine Addiction

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Cocaine Rehab Centres

Cocaine rehab centres. All our residential rehab centres treat Cocaine addiction. Addiction to Cocaine has now become a massive issue in the UK, and the world today. But do not worry. We can help you....
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Negative Effects

(Disclaimer: The Picture above is a Library Picture as all our centres are different inside) Negative Effects Cocaine use and abuse has a variety of negative effects on the body. For example, cocaine constricts blood...
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Types of Treatment

Types of Treatment – Deciding in which clinic to attend is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Addiction is defined as the continued use of a substance such as drugs or alcohol, or the...
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Contact us

Contact us. ALL calls treated in the strictest of confidence Telephone us – You can call our main number on Tel: 0845 3881 543 Our lines are open 24 hours a day and we welcome...
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Cocaine Rehab Centres

Cocaine rehab centres

Cocaine rehab centres. All our residential rehab centres treat Cocaine addiction. Addiction to Cocaine has now become a massive issue in the UK, and the world today. But do not worry. We can help you. Realistically there is not a detox for Cocaine addiction, as it is a psychological addiction. But we will give you medication to get you through the cravings comfortably. Our rehabilitation program is second to none for addiction. Not only will we find the underlying issues you are suffering. But we will also set you up with coping mechanisms, to stop you going back to your addiction. 

Alcohol and Cocaine

Cocaine rehab centres. We are finding more and more clients are addicted to alcohol and cocaine. This is a very dangerous dual addiction. As Cocaine speeds the heart rate up, and alcohol is a depressant and slows the heart down. This in turn releases a toxic chemical into the body called Cocaethylene. If you cannot stop your addiction to Cocaine and alcohol. My advice would be to stick with one. either Cocaine or alcohol. Doing both is too dangerous, and very bad for your body. My best advice would be to call us and get some help. 

Cocaine addiction rehab centres

You have a choice, either to carry on with your addiction, or get help. Look at when you started you journey of addition. You addition has only ever got worse. It has never got better. And sadly it will continue to get worse. The other sad thing is, all the money you are spending on Cocaine only goes towards fuelling crime. This makes the dealers stronger, and the UK’s addiction problem worse. and more lives ruined. It is time to stop.  

Contact us – Cocaine rehab centres

We deal with 1000’s of clients with Cocaine and alcohol addictions, and we know what we are dealing with, and how to help them. If you have an addiction to Cocaine, or know someone who has, and would like someone to talk to. Call us now on Tel: 07811 606 606. We are not going to judge you, we just want to help you

Negative Effects

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Negative Effects

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.

Negative effects of Cocaine – Health issues

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.

Negative Effects of Cocaine – There is Help Available

As I have said many time before, ” I have never met anyone who is happy to have their addiction, whatever they might be addicted to”. There is help out there in the way of home detoxing and rehabilitation or residential detox and residential rehab. Both of these options are highly successful for long term abstinence from Cocaine or Crack Cocaine. If you or a loved one have a Cocaine or Crack Cocaine addiction you should seek help sooner rather than later for obvious reasons. Although there is no detox for Cocaine or Crack Cocaine, our drug detox units do administer drugs for anxiety or any feelings of pain. We do not put you to sleep, (we do let you sleep if you want to) as we just want your detox from Cocaine to be as comfortable as it possibly can.

If you would like to know more about our detox programs or anything else you might have read on this website, call our team today on Tel: 0845 3881 543 or Mobiles call 07811 606 606. We are here 24 hours.

Treatment Options

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Treatment Options – The 12 step program has been helping alcoholics and addicts to recover for over 75 years. Very much an experiential program, Steps 1 through to 12 of the program, are designed to bring about total acceptance of the illness, then offer a  permanent solution to alcoholism and addiction. The program is spiritual not religious – that is to say that recovery is built on spiritual principles such as honesty, open-mindedness and willingness. It also requires the individual to take responsibility for themselves through a commitment to taking action to overcome the alcoholism or addiction on a daily basis.

Treatment Options – The 12 step program is often described as an ego-reduction program, with individuals being encouraged to look at their part in life situations, rather than investing time in blaming other people for example. Once the individual realises that they must look primarily at their own behaviour, they start to discover new skills and resources for dealing with life’s problems. They realise they have choices which were not apparent to them before, due to the chaos of drinking and using drugs.

Treatment Options – The program, provides a safe structure for individuals to process potentially destructive emotions such as fear, resentment, false pride, anger, as well as manage emotions such as happiness and excitement which can present their own challenges. 

Treatment Options – 12 Step

Treatment Options – Here is a quick breakdown of what each step is about…

Step 1: Taking an honest look at the past to break denial around the illness, in order to gain full acceptance that drinking or using is no longer an option.
Step 2: Believing that there is a solution and it relies upon asking for help from others in a healthy way.
Step 3: Deciding to commit to a new way of life, with trust and acceptance as the basis for that new life.
Step 4: Looking thoroughly and honestly at resentments and harms done in the past through addiction and alcoholism.
Step 5: Telling another person about all the resentments and harms that have been done.
Step 6: Confronting personality traits which have contributed to alcoholism and addiction.
Step 7: Committing to changing these personality traits.
Step 8: Making a full and honest list of harms done to others and becoming willing to make up for past behaviour.
Step 9: Making amends to people we have harmed unless to do so would cause further harm.
Step 10: Keeping track of our emotions and behaviour on a daily basis with a written appraisal of our day.
Step 11: Developing skills to quieten the mind and allow intuitive thoughts to come in.
Step 12: Having recovered from active addiction / alcoholism, helping others to do the same

Contact us

Contact us. ALL calls treated in the strictest of confidence

Telephone us – You can call our main number on Tel: 0845 3881 543

Our lines are open 24 hours a day and we welcome all the calls we receive.

Contact us – other methods

  •  Mobiles call – Tel 07811 606 606

  •  Live Chat – We have live chat on the bottom right of every page

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Who will know if I contact ADUS Healthcare? The simple answer is no body will know. We do not report back to your doctor or your medical insurance company. We do not report back to the Police or anyone else in your family. The only person who will know that you contacted us, is you and us. That’s is all.

Who will answer the phone if I call? We only have trained members of staff who answers our phones. You will not be put through to loads of different departments, you will not have endless options to keep pressing on your phone. The moment the phone is answered you will be able to access the help and advice you need.

How much are our call costs? Our call costs are 1p per minute off peak and 1p per min peak time. Mobiles may vary, hence we have offered a mobile number for mobiles to call.  We subsidise every incoming call we receive as your calls are important to us.

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