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Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine addiction treatment has very general defining characteristics. It is when you move past these general characteristics that you begin to understand the true meaning of the treatment and rehabilitation process. Generally, all treatments, such as cocaine treatment, are defined as the process of enrolling in some type of program, whether it is inpatient or not, and being given the tools needed to overcome your addiction. However, this definition does not truly define the treatment process because recovery depends on so much more. General drug treatment is not the same as specified cocaine treatment. It is crucial to understand exactly what your addiction is, what your specific needs are, and then come up with a cocaine treatment plan based on those factors.

Cocaine has a long history, and at one time, it was used as a medicinal additive. In the late 1970s, it became glamorous to use cocaine and a status symbol amongst elite crowds. However, there isn’t anything glamorous about cocaine addiction. A 2008 survey revealed that more than 35 million Americans age 12 years and older had tried cocaine. It’s the second most trafficked drug in the world. In 2004, almost half a million emergency room visits were due to cocaine use. If you or someone you love is struggling with cocaine addiction, you need to seek help. Cliffside Malibu is one of the premier providers of cocaine addiction treatment in California.

What Is Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine is so addictive because it works as stimulation on your central nervous system and affects your receptors. Your receptors begin to crave cocaine, and you need more cocaine to feel better. Cocaine usage can affect your physical health, relationship with family and friends, and your financial future. Cocaine is an expensive addiction, which explains its history as a status symbol. Here are some signs of cocaine addiction: 

  • Excess energy and inability to sleep 
  • Dilated pupils 
  • Inability to eat 
  • Lying to and stealing from family and friends 
  • Alienating loved ones 
  • Paranoia 
  • Losing a job and inability to work 
  • Persistent sniffles and runny nose 
  • Extreme mood swings 
  • Displays of being in a euphoric state 
  • Extreme confidence 
  • Legal problems due to drug use or possession  

The signs of cocaine use can be extreme, but it can also affect your overall health. If you choose to inject cocaine, you run the risk of exposure to HIV due to dirty needles. You can lose extreme amounts of weight and suffer from malnutrition. In some cases, using cocaine can lead to an overdose, which can cause death.  

Even though cocaine is extremely addictive, you can seek help and recover. If you suspect someone you love has a cocaine addiction, you need to find help for them at a compassionate and caring recovery center. 

Cocaine Treatment & Rehab

Determining the triggers and behaviors that originally led to your cocaine addiction is imperative to recovery. You can do so in a variety of ways, including at an in-patient treatment facility. An in-patient program allows you to step away from the daily stresses and concentrate on your own health and well-being.  

Working closely with a team of addiction specialists, you’ll have an individualized plan for your rehab. You can expect to attend therapy sessions during this time. When you attend private therapy sessions, you’ll examine your behavior and explore new ways of responding to triggers that don’t include cocaine. You will need to learn new ways of responding to everyday situations so that you don’t relapse.  

Most cocaine addiction treatment programs include a group therapy component. You’ll spend time with others battling addiction, with a therapist who oversees these sessions. In most cases, the therapist ensures that the group stays on topic and that everyone has a chance to share their thoughts. You may see some of your own triggers in the stories from other people and learn new ways of dealing with them.  

During this time in treatment, you may also want to understand how you can rebuild close relationships again. That’s where family therapy sessions can be added to your program. During your family therapy sessions, you can start to repair those relationships, so you can count on their support after you leave the treatment center.  

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Luxury Cocaine Addiction Treatment & Recovery in California

When you’re ready to take the first step in overcoming your cocaine addiction, consider Cliffside Malibu. We are one of the premier luxury cocaine addiction treatment programs in Malibu, CA. You can do the work of recovery in beautiful surroundings with caring and empathetic staff by your side. Take advantage of the amenities to help you recover, including: 

  • Nutritionally balanced gourmet meals 
  • Spa treatments 
  • Serene bedrooms 
  • Lush gardens for meditations 
  • Enjoy hiking, swimming and yoga classes 

At Cliffside Malibu, we want to partner with you so you have the best chance at lifelong recovery. It’s our goal to help you develop the skills and behaviors to be successful after you leave in-patient treatment. When you’re ready to recover from cocaine addiction and any other substance that has taken over your life, call us at (844) 524-7157 today. It could very well be the best call you’ve ever made. 

Stages of Change for Cocaine Addiction Recovery

 At Cliffside Malibu, we base our individualized luxury treatment plans on the Stages of Change model. The Stages of Change model, created by James O. Prochaska and Carlo DiClemente at the University of Rhode Island, illustrated how those seeking to recover from addiction go through a series of “stages” that allowed them ultimately to transcend their addictions and maintain sobriety. This means that we meet you where you are mentally, physically and spiritually, helping you to overcome the deep-rooted issues that have caused your addiction to flourish.
The staff of Cliffside Malibu was personally trained by Prochaska on this powerful treatment model. It is the hallmark of our treatment program. Learn more about the Stages of Change.


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