The National Survey on Drug Use and Health reports that about 584.000 people have sought treatment for a cocaine problem within the past year. Check out this infographic to learn who needs and seeks cocaine addiction treatment help in the U.S.
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Looking for cocaine rehab treatment? Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of inpatient vs. outpatient treatment settings. Then, make the best choice for yourself. More on treatment options here.
Cocaine hotlines help people find the treatment options they need to start a drug-free life. More about cocaine hotlines and what you can expect when you call them here.
How is cocaine smoked? What are the effects? Smoking cocaine causes an intense high that lasts shortly and makes users constantly crave for more. Read here to learn more.
An infographic comparing the personal and societal costs of cocaine use vs. treatment for addiction. Is treatment cost effective? We show you here.
How much does rehab for a cocaine problem cost? Generally, inpatient rehab will put you back an average of 20K for a 28 day stay, while outpatient costs are significantly less. More info here!
You can expect symptoms of extreme fatigue, depression, and restlessness during the acute phases of cocaine detox. How long do they last and how can these symptoms be treated? We review here.
Should you just stop taking cocaine? Or should you seek medical help? We review the recommended steps for stopping cocaine use here.
What happens to the body and mind when you stop taking cocaine? A review of primary and secondary side effects during cocaine withdrawal here.
Signs of cocaine withdrawal include a “crash” period of fatigue, dysphoria, and decreased interest followed by changes in mood and possible mood disorders. More on cocaine withdrawal and its signs here.