The effects of cocaine are short and intense, meaning many users will take it repeatedly over the course of the night, or combine it with other substances such as alcohol, which can increase the risk of negative side effects.
Not only do you experience unpleasant symptoms when coming off cocaine the next day, in the long term it can cause physical and mental health issues, from paranoia and irritability to panic attacks and depression.
While some cocaine users can come off the drug on their own, perhaps using Cocaine Anonymous and outpatient programs, others may need cocaine rehab to free themselves from the drug.
Asana Lodge offers a luxurious, safe environment where you can seek treatment for cocaine addiction, with a wide range of treatment programmes, therapy and holistic options available.
Cocaine Rehab at Asana Lodge
When you come to Asana Lodge for Cocaine treatment, our first step is to carry out a full physical and mental health evaluation. We have a team of experienced and understanding doctors, nurses and support workers on hand to help you out.
Whether you or your loved one are addicted to cocaine or multiple substances, we’ll come up with a plan that’s personalised to your needs. Some cocaine users also need support with mental health issues and we can also offer treatment in this area, ensuring that you leave Asana Lodge in better health and a better frame of mind.
Most people undertake a 28-day programme of cocaine rehab in Asana Lodge which includes a detox followed by a personalised treatment program then aftercare.
However, there are many factors to take into account when we come up with your treatment options, from the length and severity of your addiction to your personal situation.
The first step for most clients who check into Asana Lodge is to go through a cocaine detox. This can often be the toughest part of rehab, as coming off cocaine can cause a variety of physical and psychological symptoms.
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.
That’s why it’s worth considering drug rehab, as we can prescribe treatments to help ease the withdrawal symptoms while you detox, as well as keeping you safe and monitored.
When going through assisted withdrawal, Asana Lodge offers a homely and comforting environment. With luxurious private rooms and comfortable communal areas, you’ll feel safe away from negative influences and the temptation to buy cocaine.
Step outside and you’re surrounded by the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside, giving you space to breathe, relax and heal.
Everything is taken care of, from chef catered meals to a dedicated laundry service, allowing you to focus on your recovery. If you’re considering addiction recovery, then let Asana Lodge help you get there.
The Cocaine Rehab Process
No two rehab stays are alike, and Asana Lodge ensures you get personalised treatment services to maximise your chance of successful completion. Many of our clients go through cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), which can help them break negative cycles and gives them the tools they need to avoid cocaine.
You’ll also be offered group therapy with your fellow clients who will also be going through drug or alcohol rehab, or seeking treatment for other issues. This allows you to discuss your addiction in a non-judgemental environment where everyone supports each other. These sessions are guided by our experienced team who’ll facilitate discussions on a wide range of topics.
Your rehab program will also include physical exercise, nutritious food and holistic therapies, so you can return home feeling relaxed and refreshed. Cocaine rehab at Asana Lodge is about more than just getting off drugs, we want to help you restart your life.
Choosing Residential Rehab
Some people suffering from substance use disorders will try different types of therapy before they opt for residential rehab. This could be in the form of local support groups, outpatient therapy or NHS treatments.
Unfortunately, these can be difficult for those with more severe, long-term addictions, as there’s always the temptation to go back to drugs when you’re at home.
The main advantage of going through cocaine rehab at Asana Lodge is that it helps you break negative cycles. Perhaps you have friends who have substance abuse issues, or you have difficult relationships with family members, these are all things that can affect your recovery.
By spending time at our rehab clinic, you can take an objective look at your life and start to heal.
The intense nature of residential rehab suits many people with addictions too. If you’re suffering cocaine abuse and want to come off the drug, then tapering off slowly might not have worked for you in the past.
At Asana Lodge, we can support you through a quick detox, sometimes taking just a matter of days, and then a personalised treatment plan to get you back on track.
After Cocaine Rehab
When you leave Asana Lodge, your journey isn’t over. Some people find it difficult to adjust to everyday life outside of rehab, and the first year after your treatment program is when you’re most likely to relapse. As part of your cocaine rehab, we offer a year of free aftercare in your local area.
You’ll be put in touch with others who’ve suffered cocaine abuse and other substance addictions and gone through our programs, so you can build a support network that works for you.
Get help today
If you are seeking help with cocaine addiction, whether it’s for yourself or a loved one, simply call the team at Asana Lodge today or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
See below list of answers to frequently asked questions asked by individuals looking for drug rehab clinics to help with addiction
How long does cocaine rehab usually last?
The length of time needed for Cocaine rehab differs between each individual depending on the severity of their addiction. However, the longer an individual can commit to rehab, the better their results will be. Eight days is the average time spent in 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.
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.
What are the signs and symptoms of Cocaine addiction
Cocaine abuse will have a negative impact on areas of your life form 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 our of character behaviour - Attempting to borrow or steal money - Dishonesty - Insomnia - Loss of appetite - Breathing problems - Nose bleeds - 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.
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.