Treatment for cocaine addiction varies, based on many factors including the severity and length of symptoms, the amount of damage made from cocaine use, and the level of recovery. The most common symptoms are usually recorded are cravings of drugs, irritability, loss of energy, depression, fear, want to sleep a lot or difficulties in sleep, vibrating, nausea and palpitations, sweating, hyperventilation, and increased appetite. These symptoms can usually last several weeks – even after one stop using cocaine. You can find cocaine addiction treatment by Perspective Recovery.
Drugs to treat cocaine addiction are not yet available, although researchers work continuously to identify and test new options. The most promising experimental drug seems to be selegilin, which still needs the right administrative method. Disulfiram, the drug that has been used to treat alcoholism, has been shown to be rather effective in treating cocaine abuse in clinical trials. Antidepressants are mostly prescribed to deal with mood changes that usually come with cocaine withdrawals. Care is being developed to deal with cocaine overdoses.
Care such as cognitive coping skills – effective behavior in handling cocaine addiction, but they are only short-term approaches that focus on the learning process. Treatment of behavior seeks to help patients recognize, avoid, and overcome situations that can cause them to use cocaine again.
Attentive staff, loving doctors, nurses, and counselors, care programs recognize addiction intensity. Based on this, the treatment program provides highly researched medical care techniques, choosing the best for patients from all available treatment modalities.