Cocaine Addiction Help
Two categories of cocaine users
Abusers of Cocaine and those dependent on Cocaine.
Which one are you?
If you have a problem with your own or someone else’s cocaine use Genesis Health can help.
If you want to stop using cocaine Genesis Health can help.
Cocaine is a stimulant drug. It increases energy, alertness, heart rate, blood pressure and breathing. After snorting, smoking or injecting the drug, a person may feel more confident and talkative than usual. Repeated use of cocaine can easily lead to a cocaine addiction. A person who is addicted to the drug will usually exhibit signs and symptoms of cocaine use. The symptoms can include unusual behaviour and an array of physical problems. The euphoric rush of pleasure and energy a person gets from cocaine doesn’t last long. The high from snorting the drug disappears after an hour or so. As the cocaine wears off, euphoria may give way to anxiety, agitation and depression. Restlessness, insomnia and fatigue are also typical of a cocaine crash, or comedown. Some people may feel and act paranoid.
Cocaine addiction is a disease that affects people of all walks of life. Experts have tried to pinpoint factors that may predispose someone to cocaine addiction but it has no single cause. Psychological, genetic, and behavioural factors can all contribute to having the disease.
The severity of the disease, how often someone uses cocaine and the amount of cocaine they consume varies from person to person. Some people use cocaine heavily all day, while others binge use and then stay clean for a while.
Cocaine addiction can happen to or affect anyone. Young or old, rich or poor, male or female – cocaine addiction does not discriminate.
Do you recognise some of the following symptoms?
Do you or someone you know use cocaine every day and cannot go a day without it?
Do you or someone you know want to stop using but cannot?
Do you or someone you know go without using cocaine for a period of time and then binge use?
Do you or someone you know cannot say no and control themselves when cocaine is available in a social setting?
Do you or someone you know use cocaine without worrying about the consequences?
Do you or someone you know hide their cocaine use?
Do you or someone you know have financial problems due to cocaine use?
Do you or someone you know use cocaine even though it is negatively impacting on their lives (ruining relationships, jobs, etc.)?
How we can help?
At Addiction Advisor we have Senior Addictions Counsellors that have helped people with alcohol, cocaine, amphetamine, opiate and cannabis addictions. We provide a confidential, straight forward but respectful assessment process where we look at the facts of your situation and design a plan tailor made to your needs.
The Addiction Advisor team can provide single assessment sessions for you to explore how much cocaine is being consumed, the possible effects, the various options available, the types of changes required and what might best suit your unique circumstances. Sometimes inpatient treatment in a secure facility is the preferred option. We are able to offer information on choices available and provide suitable aftercare.
If you want to speak with an Addictions and Alcohol Counsellor has the knowledge and expertise to help you identify your needs and allow you to talk freely, in confidence.
Our approach might appear simplistic, but it needs to be. Confusion, fear and lack of trust usually abound by the time a client comes for help. However, it is never too late to change.
• We examine the problems as presented by the client
• We examine the lifestyle
• We examine their personal history
• We look at the mental functioning
• We assess for levels of depression
• We agree where help is need
• We look at the required changes
• We prepare for change
• We look at the responsibilities for those changes
• We measure the effect of the change
• We support with the maintenance of the change.
Contact Addiction Advisor today on 0800 246 5243
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