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Treating Cocaine Addiction

While it is important to seek help for cocaine addicts, it is also important for them to be willing to take the step towards recovery. The patients who recover the fastest are those who receive moral support and therapy along with medicated treatment. There are a number of treatment facilities available in Tampa which cater to cocaine addiction.

There are necessarily not any treatment drugs available for curing cocaine addicts. However, other drugs are available that can help reduce cocaine withdrawal symptoms.

Some of these symptoms are:

  • Paranoia
  • Violent behavior
  • Anxiety
  • Cravings
  • Fatigue

Those that have stayed away from cocaine for a long period may also feel the cravings again. There is no sure method to treat cocaine addiction but therapy and counseling have proven successful in this regard.

Solutions for Addictions

A number of privately owned rehabilitation centers in Tampa provide treatment and therapy for drug addicts. Detox, group counseling, individual counseling, inpatient treatment are usually the best way to overcome addiction. Any kind of treatment though, needs strong will and commitment from the addict and those who commit themselves to more intense, long term treatments usually have the best outcomes.

Complications from Excessive Drug Usage

When a person starts using drugs regularly and excessively, certain complications arise. The intensity of these complications depends on what drug you are using and how long you have been using it for. Ultimately, however, any way you look at it continued drug use is bad will complicate your life.

These complications can include health related issues both physical and mental, financial problems due to excessive spending on acquiring these drugs and problems with your work life and relationships. Some of the more dangerous issues can include getting a disease such as HIV from sharing needles, accidents while being intoxicated, or even a coma and/or death.