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Rate of Recovery

It is interesting to see the statistics, 12% of addicts are reported to remain sober for 2-3 years after treatment. The recovery rate is low as doctors do not fully understand the treatment of meth abuse as compared to other well known drug abuse. A single dose of Meth remains in the body for up to nearly 6 months. In comparison Meth treatment programs last just 14 days. This short time period is not enough to treat drug abuse which has serious physical and behavioral implications.

Treating Cocaine Addiction

Unlike heroin and alcohol, withdrawal from cocaine addiction has no visible physical symptoms like vomiting, itching, and trembling but the level of craving after withdrawal exceeds that of other substances. People with high dependency on cocaine, often resort to alcohol, sedatives, and anti-anxiety medicines like xanax; although in most cases this just shifts the addiction from one substance to the other.

Rehab centers can help withstand the symptoms of withdrawal both medicinally and emotionally. Group therapies, counseling and motivational interviews help build strong psychological and emotional defenses against the drug decreasing the chance of relapse. Treating cocaine addiction in Parma involves the redirection of thoughts and actions that can lead to usage; this can be achieved successfully in rehab, where the environment is perfect for addicts to overcome emotional disorders and cravings.

Signs and Symptoms of Heroin Addiction

Heroin addiction can be recognized through a number of symptoms, which include:

  • Slurred Speech
  • Excessive sleep
  • Disorientation
  • Weight loss
  • Careless attitude towards school or work
  • Injection wounds and trademarks on arms and legs
  • Distancing from family and friends
  • Abrupt behavioral changes
  • Bruises due to skin picking
  • Constricted pupils
  • Forgetfulness or lack of memory
  • Lack of interest in the future
  • Patterns of fatigue and then, sudden alertness

What Makes Cocaine so Addictive?

Cocaine doubles the amount of dopamine in the brain, a chemical responsible for pleasure and happiness. It artificially produces dopamine and increases its level in the brain causing ecstatic feeling. Gradually, the brain becomes tolerant of cocaine and addicts do not feel the same pleasure as they initially felt. This makes them start taking more in shorter periods of time to achieve the same feeling, thus causing a cocaine addiction.