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Luxury Cocaine Rehab Marbella
Looking for Luxury Cocaine Rehab in Marbella? At New Life Marbella, we believe cocaine to be prevalent in today's society. Psychological dependence on cocaine is a huge hurdle in recovery, but with raw correct expert care and guidance, you can expect to overcome your cravings and need to consume cocaine. If you are considering treatment for cocaine addiction, evaluation from one of our substance abuse experts can determine the right type of support for you. This plan is based on several aspects, including the addiction's seriousness, the living environment, and pre-existing psychiatric and medical needs.
What is cocaine?
Cocaine is a very addictive, powerful substance and abundant in today's society. London is known as the cocaine capital of Europe, if not the world. Cocaine acts as a stimulant and can increase sexual appetite and the ability to drink alcohol. Cocaine usage can continue over several days without sleep. If cocaine addiction is not dealt with, the habit can cause psychosis. At New Life Marbella Luxury Cocaine Rehab we can help you with your addiction to cocaine.
There are two ways to consume cocaine: the water-insoluble cocaine base and the water-soluble hydrochloride salt (powder.) The drug is created by processing its properties with ammonia or sodium and water and then heating it to produce a smokable or sniffable substance. It is normally injected or snorted. 'Crack' refers to the street name given to freebase cocaine, which makes a cracking sound when it is smoked and is highly addictive.
Cocaine has an immediate impact on the mind and the body. It arouses the pleasure centers in the brain, which leads to a surge of chemicals that make us feel good – dopamine. Cocaine also prevents the brain from absorbing the released dopamine, which happens when the chemical is released naturally. The accumulation of the drug and the brain's chemicals produce the euphoric feeling associated with
Cocaine makes a person feel good. Dopamine levels are increased in the brain, which arouses the brain's pleasure centers, disturbing the natural flow of the brain's neuropathways. When dopamine is released naturally, the brain absorbs the chemical. Cocaine stops the absorption process. The dopamine builds in the brain, causing a euphoric feeling. The continued use of cocaine is a person chasing the feel-good factor.
Cells in the brain release this neurotransmitter – dopamine -as a response to something pleasurable. Food, sex, exercise, a good massage, or a happy conversation can all trigger a dopamine release. Whatever isn't picked up is recycled by other brain tissues.
Cocaine enhances the dopamine release and feel-good factor. The drug stops the natural discretion of dopamine through the brain. The feelings associated are enhanced by the drug. Therefore the euphoria lasts for longer and is stronger. These changes are not natural and normal, and the brain is capable of adjusting to them. That means repeated use of cocaine can build immunity, and often the dose needs to be increased to feel the same high.
However, with time, cocaine users may not feel any pleasure from the real world at all – the huge euphoria that only cocaine can deliver is the only thing that brings enough pleasure. Cocaine causes a numb feeling throughout the body. And cocaine addicts are generally very self-centered and depressed people. The body tissues also react negatively to sustained cocaine use. Cocaine can tighten and shrink blood vessels, and over time, these tissues that depend on blood vessels can shrivel and die. Snorting cocaine can also lead to tumors, lesions, and trauma to the mouth, nose, and palette. People who have taken cocaine often feel alert and confident: but its short half-life means that cocaine's effects do not last long and are commonly followed by a debilitating 'comedown.
Addicts of all kinds suffer from the phenomena of Denial. Cocaine addiction is no different. Most cocaine users think that by denying or diminishing their problem, it will pass on its own: but this is never the case. Over time a cocaine user will need to take more and more of the substance to reach the same euphoria levels. The addiction will never get better. It will always get worse over time. Cocaine has a short half-life. Therefore the user will need to repeat the action over and over again. You may have witnessed a person going in and out of the toilets during a party, as an example.
Signs that a person is addicted to cocaine and that you need professional help include:
- You find that you have to take more and more of the drug to feel the desired effect
- Reducing your dosage of cocaine makes you feel agitated, restless, and depressed
- You are unable to cut down or control how much you take, despite trying to
- A lot of your time is spent thinking about and trying to get cocaine
- You disregard family, friends, and work to favor taking cocaine
- You fully understand the damage you're doing but stopping is not possible
- You have stopped recreational using, and you find yourself alone using the drug
People assume that all cocaine addicts look and act the same, but this is not true. Cocaine addiction affects everyone differently; some can manage to function very well while still dealing with addiction. The ability to get up and go to work and provide an income does not mean that you are not addicted.
Many cocaine addicts are highly successful and live full lives on the outside. Many addicts function well in society but feel empty on the inside as they chase from one high to the next. Addiction is a progressive illness, and if a person is high functioning, the ability to function will diminish.
Signs & symptoms of cocaine use
Cocaine sends a high level of dopamine into the brain, causing feelings of intense energy and alertness. This is often obvious, and those who know what to look out for can spot the signs.
If you are unaware of the signs and symptoms of cocaine use, we have listed the most common attributes below:
- Extreme sensitivity to touch, sound, and sight
- Intense happiness
- Lack of appetite
- Constant sniffing
- Loss of smell, nosebleeds, runny nose, and trouble swallowing
As an appetite-suppressing drug, cocaine users can also become very thin and don't feel the need to eat regularly as people who stay awake and move around for long periods can burn a lot of calories.
Cocaine suppresses the person's appetite, which can lead to the person looking thin and underweight. Cocaine also diminished sleep patterns, and cosine users looked tired and grey. Burning a lot of calories without the correct supplements leads to a person looking gaunt and unwell.
Cocaine brings behavioral issues, including an increased need for privacy and becoming irate and defensive about their whereabouts and actions.
At a luxury cocaine rehab Marbella here are some withdrawal symptoms you can expect include:
- Increased appetite
- Disturbed sleep
We treat cocaine addiction via substitutional therapy. Post detox and medication administration by the medical team, New Life Marbella introduces activities that replace drug use. Psychological interventions, such as therapy and counseling, are also crucial. However, we believe that a person needs talk therapy to understand why they consume their drug of choice, and they need to jump from a plane at 15,000 feet to feel what it is like to be alive without their drug of choice. Life is better sober! And we aim to prove this to you.
What is the recovery process at a luxury cocaine rehab Marbella?
Below we have outlined the general recovery process for cocaine addiction at New Life Marbella luxury cocaine rehab. The first step starts with you. Take control of your own life and choose health, not cocaine. The process to expect entails:
- Rehabilitation/ Recovery
The role of medication at a luxury cocaine rehab in Marbella
At New Life Marbella luxury cocaine rehab medication is commonly used during cocaine rehab. Due to cocaine having such a profound impact on the brain, it has been linked to mental health disorders like depression and anxiety. We can administer medications to realign the imbalance of chemicals in the brain caused by cocaine addiction. Ne Life Marbella also suggests an immediate program including rTMR or Neurofeedback during a compact window of activity.
Medications to prevent cocaine relapse are currently being tested by researchers. This includes the use of disulfiram, which is currently used to treat alcoholism. Disulfiram works by blocking the pleasurable impact alcohol has and blocking the negative effects experienced with a hangover. Disulfiram is an option we consider for cocaine addicts.
What do the Researchers say?
Researchers are also testing a cocaine vaccine, and if it is proved to be effective in preventing relapse, it could soon be administered to recovering addicts. The vaccine works by encouraging the creation of cocaine-specific antibodies through the immune system's stimulus, and these antibodies can stop cocaine from reaching the brain – meaning lessening the risk of relapse in those who are recovering from cocaine addiction.