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John Gillen

By John Gillen - Last Updated: 19 December 2023

Clinically Reviewed on 12/12/2023 1:20 pm by Dr. Olalekan Otulana (Advanced Practitioner) All information on this page has been reviewed and verified by a certified addiction professional.

Cocaine Rehab

If you or a loved one is suffering from addiction to drugs like cocaine, then to seek the right level of treatment and step into sobriety, cocaine rehab is the place to recover.

Granted, it can be a daunting process, therefore, we are here to put any qualms at bay and reassure you that the process of rehab for cocaine addiction is as comfortable as possible.

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Sadly cocaine use is on the rise, meaning addiction follows a suit. It has even been reported that “recent analysis from the UK’s National Crime Agency said traces of cocaine in wastewater in some areas of the UK are up by 25%”. This level has no reason to slow down when the normalisation of cocaine abuse is so prevalent and the access to Class A drugs like cocaine are so within reach.

The problem following this phenomenon is that cocaine is heavily addictive and when abused, can have fatal consequences. In fact, within the same report, one doctor voiced their concerns.

“Dr McLaughlan, a former junior doctor working in A&E, said: ‘When I was junior doctor in A&E I saw two young and healthy people die after they mixed cocaine with alcohol and caffeine.”

This is just a small snippet of the many reasons why cocaine rehab is the best way to overcome addiction and to stay on the road to sobriety even post-rehab. Find out here how cocaine rehab works here at Asana Lodge and what you can expect from a luxury facility like ours below.

Cocaine Rehab at Asana Lodge: What to Expect

Understandably, the prospect of rehab can be daunting, however, we’re here to show you all the reasons why you can trust us at Asana Lodge and have a life changing experience in a space designed with you in mind.

The process is pretty straight forward, we like to make it as uniform as possible so there are no surprises. That in mind, these are the typical steps of a cocaine addiction rehab stay at Asana Lodge and a holistic overview of what to expect, however do note that these are always tailored to you and your own addiction(s).

Step 1: Admission & Arrival

Before you arrive at our cocaine addiction rehab facility, we will have an informal pre-admission phone call.

This phone call is intended to simply understand you and your cocaine addiction some more. Or, if you’re referring a loved one, understand your relationship with them and their addiction through your eyes.

This will be the time in which we ask about the substance(s) you’re addicted to and the advancement of your addiction. This will help us to better understand the level of treatment that you require so we can share with you the details.

This can include information like cocaine rehab cost, duration of stay, our facilities and our aftercare programme. Detailing all of this makes the picture of cocaine treatment at Asana Lodge much more clearer and you can then decide on all the details and most importantly, an admission date.

Once you arrive at Asana Lodge for cocaine treatment, our first step is to carry out a full physical and mental health evaluation to assess your treatment needs. We have a team of experienced and understanding doctors, nurses and medical professionals available to help you recover and to help create the most comprehensive and effective treatment program as possible.

Step 2: Therapies and Treatment

Once admitted to a cocaine rehab centre like Asana, you will begin intense treatment.

This treatment will include a range of therapies, since cocaine is a behavioural addiction, you won’t actually need a detoxification so long as you’re using cocaine in isolation without a combination of substances like other drugs or alcohol.

At Asana Lodge, we offer top of the range therapies including, but not limited to:

  • Trauma and abuse counselling
  • Group therapy sessions
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Satori therapy
  • Stress management
  • Relapse prevention sessions
  • Family therapy
  • Mediation therapy for disputes
  • NLP
  • Reflections & hope group therapy
  • Meditation and mindfulness sessions
  • Art therapy workshops
  • Relaxation and sleep management

These will all be scheduled into your plan and hosted within our facilities. A combination of these therapies will be assigned to you and adhere to your addiction struggles with cocaine to ensure you’re given the best chance at recovery post-cocaine rehab.

Step 3: Discharge & Cocaine Rehab Aftercare

Once your treatment is complete, you will be discharged from cocaine rehab, free of drug abuse and ready to move back into the real world. Sadly, the real world will come with triggers and temptations, so within your time in rehab you will be equipped with the tools to overcome these temptations and deal with triggers.

As well as the relapse prevention you will receive within the walls of cocaine rehab during your stay, we offer free aftercare for a year after your discharge from our facility. This means that every week you’ll be able to join a group therapy session to keep you on track, it gives you the opportunity to seek guidance from not only therapists but others in the exact position as you.

This is an unmatched level of empathy and something our ex patients have found useful. We don’t want you to feel neglected and alone once you leave your stay, which is why we pledge to help you keep your promise to sobriety and keep in touch with us and our addiction therapists for the year ahead.

Cocaine Withdrawal in Rehab

The first step for most clients who check into Asana Lodge is to go through a cocaine detox, causing what is known as cocaine withdrawal.

This can often be the toughest part of drug rehab, as stopping cocaine use cold turkey can cause a variety of psychological withdrawal symptoms, some of the most common symptoms of withdrawing from cocaine can include:

  • Cravings: A strong desire to use cocaine again
  • Fatigue: A feeling of tiredness or weariness
  • Increased Appetite: Hunger levels may rise
  • Agitation and Restlessness: Feeling irritable or restless
  • Depression and Anxiety: Emotional symptoms can be intense
  • Sleep Disturbances: Trouble falling or staying asleep, or unusual dreams
  • Lack of Concentration: Difficulty focusing or thinking clearly

While some symptoms such as depression and mood swings can just last for a short while, you may experience quite intense cravings for a while or find you have insomnia or a bad sleep pattern.

The intensity of withdrawal symptoms heavily depend on the advancement level of the cocaine addiction, the mental wellbeing of the person suffering from addiction and if there are any other drugs or substances being taken in combination.

That’s why it’s worth considering drug rehab, as there is often the prescription of detox medications to help ease the withdrawal symptoms; while cocaine alone won’t induce hefty physical withdrawals, it will instigate intense psychological withdrawals.

Due to this, you may be prescribed the likes of Zopiclone or Diazepam and Librium to help cope with these symptoms and to help you sleep.

Asana Lodge offers a homely and comforting environment, you’ll feel safe away from negative influences and the temptation to buy cocaine.

What to Expect During Your Stay

We’re here to make your stay as comfortable as possible, ensuring that you get all the care and attention you need to live a sober life once you have completed our comprehensive treatment programme.

Whether it is cocaine, other drugs, alcohol or a combination of them all, we have the facilities to help to you recover into a sober and healthier you.

  1. Pre Admission Assessment
  2. Medical Examination
  3. Tailored Treatment
  4. Supervised Detox
  5. Daily Counselling
  6. Total Confidentiality
  7. Expert Guidance
  8. Full Rehabilitation
  9. Relaxing Environment
  10. 1 Year Aftercare Service

Talk to us today about how we can help you, or your loved one quit cocaine for life. Call us to find out all of what we offer for those suffering from addiction up and down the whole of the UK.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Does Cocaine Rehab Usually Last?

The length of time needed for Cocaine rehab differs for each individual depending on the severity of their addiction. However, the longer an individual can commit to rehab, the better their results will be – our recommended rehab programmes are 28 days, though longer and shorter treatments are available.

What Makes Cocaine So Addictive?

Cocaine is an extremely popular recreational drug taken for its ability to produce feelings of heightened pleasure. Cocaine use causes a build-up of dopamine in the brain which is a hormone responsible for making us feel happy. It can also cause users to feel an increased sense of confidence and causes users to become dependent.

What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine abuse will have a negative impact on areas of your life from work performance, home life and social life. Specific behaviour patterns will differ between each individual. However, there are a few behavioural and physical symptoms that you can look out for that may suggest a loved one has an addiction to Cocaine. These include: risky or out-of-character behaviour, attempting to borrow or steal money, dishonesty, insomnia, loss of appetite, breathing problems, nose bleeds, and a raised heart rate.

If you notice any of the above it is important you seek professional help immediately so that you can attend an appropriate Cocaine Rehab facility.

Crack Cocaine Rehab

If you or a loved one are taking cocaine in the form of crack cocaine, it is important to seek the help necessary to fully recover.

The difference between cocaine and crack cocaine is the usage. Cocaine typically comes in a white powder form, the most commonly known method is snorting but it can be used via injection or dissolved in water and ingested.

On the other hand there is crack cocaine, this is a processed form that is typically distributed in crystalline rocks and is smoked, allowing it to reach the brain much more quickly than the latter.

While both forms of cocaine cause similar effects, the rapid nature unique to crack cocaine can make it more addictive and can also lead to severe health implications. This is partly due to the fact that the effects of crack are so short lived, that the user takes more, and more, to fulfil the desire of a high.

This repeated use makes overdoses and serious health implications much more probable. Not only that but with crack typically being cheaper, fulfilling that addiction can be much easier, if this is the case for you or somebody you love, crack cocaine rehab is a necessity to address this dangerous addiction.

Crack cocaine rehab takes the same aforementioned process, so there are no surprises however you take cocaine, rehab treatment is all the same and tailored to you.

Does Cocaine Rehab Work?

The best cocaine rehab centres can all agree, yes, cocaine rehab works.

We don’t cross our fingers and hope for the best, we use evidence based treatments to ensure that you get care that truly works.

The bottom line is that no matter the method of seeking treatment, so long as you seek it out and achieve it, you will be making the right decision. This goes for any means of treatment, whether you’re looking for a private rehab like us at Asana or cocaine rehab NHS funded, any help is the right help and you are on the right path to sobriety no matter the route.

How to Help a Loved One Suffering from Cocaine Addiction

We understand that many reading will be hoping for the light at the end of the tunnel for their loved ones.

Watching someone you love or care about suffer from addiction is extremely difficult, we offer family therapy and help to assist you in things like holding an intervention. Cocaine abuse rehab is a huge step for anybody suffering from addiction, so some persuasion to get there may be necessary.

An intervention essentially allows for you to express your feelings towards the person suffering from addiction. It allows them to hear what you have to say in a controlled environment surrounded by people who care about their wellbeing.

However, this can sometimes feel like an attack if it isn’t prepared properly or approached with caution. We can help you stage an intervention and assist you in a properly orchestrated intervention that is going to help them get the help they need from a cocaine rehab.

Call us today and read some more on our website on how to get somebody into in-patient rehab care for more information and insight.

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Take a virtual walkthrough of the facility so that you can see for yourself just what we have to offer. Simply click on the play button to begin the tour.

You’ll be able to explore our lobby, common areas, bedrooms plus much more all from the comfort of your own home.

We hope that this tour will give you a better sense of what Asana Lodge is all about and help you to make the decision to stay with us. We look forward to welcoming you in person soon!

What Happens After Cocaine Rehab?

After cocaine rehab at Asana Lodge, you will have access to 12 months of free aftercare to ensure the smooth running of your sober future.

This aftercare will consist of a therapy session once a week from us here at Asana Lodge, as well as taking on board our recommendations for free community based treatments. There are a range of therapy groups available in the community for free that we will typically recommend, some of these include but aren’t limited to:

 

Get Help Today

Waste no more time and get the help that you or your loved one truly deserve. Talk to Asana Lodge today to find out how we can help you recovery in total luxury and get back to sobriety and a bright future, call us on 01908 489 421 today for more information and quick admission.

Cocaine Rehab FAQs

Can My Family And Friends Visit Me In Cocaine Rehab?

Yes. We believe that family and friends are an important part of recovery. This is why we provide dedicated times and days for family to visit you whilst you undergo treatment at a Cocaine Rehab.

Do I Need To Go To Rehab?

It can be extremely difficult to admit or even recognise that you have a problem with addiction. If you are concerned drugs or alcohol is having a negative effect on your or a loved one's life it may be time to reach out to a professional and see how they can help.

What Happens If I Relapse

Once completing time in rehab for addiction, the prospect of getting back to normal life and dealing with a potential relapse can be daunting. Here at Asana Lodge, we offer aftercare which is designed for that first difficult year of sobriety and healing, and if you complete aftercare, you’ve got a much higher chance of success in the long term.

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John Gillen - Author - Last Updated: 13 January 2022

John has travelled extensively around the world, culminating in 19 years’ experience looking at different models. He is the European pioneer of Nad+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) treatment to Europe in 2010; and recently back from the USA bringing state of the art Virtual Reality Relapse Prevention and stress reduction therapy. his passion extends to other metabolic disturbances and neurodegenerative diseases.

The journey continues, in recent times john has travelled to Russia to study and research into a new therapy photobiomudulation or systemic laser therapy working with Nad+ scientists and the very best of the medical profession in the UK and the USA, together with Nadcell, Bionad Clinics own select Doctors, nurses, dieticians and therapists, Johns’ passion continues to endeavour to bring to the UK and Europe new developments with Nad+ therapy in preventive and restorative medicine and Wellness. In 2017 John Gillen was made a visiting Professor at the John Naisbitt university in Belgrade Serbia.

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Dr. Olalekan Otulana (Advanced Practitioner)

Dr. Olalekan Otulana (Advanced Practitioner) - Clinical Reviewer - Last Reviewed: 12/12/2023 1:20 pm

Dr. Otulana is a highly skilled General Practitioner and Addiction Specialist. He possesses extensive expertise in the field of Substance Misuse Management and boasts a diverse background in evaluating, overseeing (including detox procedures), and overseeing the residential recovery of individuals grappling with various drug and substance addiction issues. His primary goal is to conduct thorough assessments of patients dealing with addiction issues and determine their medical detoxification and psychological treatment requirements. Dr. Otulana is well-versed in caring for patients who need dual drug and alcohol detoxification therapies.

In addition to his medical qualifications, Dr. Otulana is a proficient healthcare professional who holds a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree from the prestigious Cambridge University Judge Business School.

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