Cocaine Detox Program

Sniffing cocaine thru your nose, feel like a numbing sensations and causes euphoric experience. However, Cocaine is known to be listed the DSM IV in the category Schedule II. Cocaine is a   controlled substance that is used as an anesthetic on patients for dental procedure. In addition, it is known  for its high potential of abuse leading to addiction.

The withdrawal symptoms  of cocaine occurs once the  individual decreases the use of the drug. In addition, cocaine use causes  emotional and psychological distress and symptoms which will put you at high risk to use again. Many patients experience suicidal ideation, aggression, sexual arousal and cravings for more drugs. So you can see how a rapid cycle of addiction and then withdrawal cycle.

What happens to the patients during cocaine detox program?

At Bella Nirvana Center, A Drug And Alcohol Treatment Center, you are under the supervision of expert physicians, counselors and nurses assess you on a daily basis and while you are detoxing you might experience changes that you are not going to like, such as:

  • Lethargy
  • Memory impairment
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Thoughts and movements will run slower
  • Strong cravings of substance
  • Hard to focus or concentrate on anything
  • Anxiety
  • Hallucinations
  • Dehydration
  • Increase in Appetite

However, this might really be exhausting but think about your life after successful rehabilitation. Your family and loved ones will be around to share some special moments with you. They will never be afraid of even coming near to you. Your life will becomes a prosperous journey towards happiness. Because that’s what you need!

At Bella Nirvana Center, A Drug And Alcohol Treatment Center, we focus on several factors like usage of medication, family support, interventions, counseling to help you understand that life is much more than just snorting or injecting cocaine.