Crack abuse and addiction ruins the lives of everyone it touches. Even experimental use of crack can cause dangerous physical and psychological effects. Without help, many crack addicts are unable to break their addiction on their own.
At Casa Palmera, we understand how difficult it is to break the addiction to crack cocaine. Our highly skilled therapists and physicians are trained at dealing with the dangerous side effects and risks of crack addiction and abuse, and will help you through a treatment program tailored to your specific needs.
The Risks of Crack Addiction and Abuse: Side Effects
Crack cocaine is a highly addictive and powerful drug that can quickly cause addiction and dependency. It also produces dangerous physical and psychological effects.
The physical effects of crack abuse include:
Increased blood pressure, heart rate and breathing rate
Nausea and vomiting
Coughing up black mucous
Loss of appetite, often leading to malnutrition and weight loss
The psychological effects of crack abuse include:
The Risks of Crack Addiction and Abuse: Withdrawal
Withdrawal from crack addiction is very similar to cocaine withdrawal. The physical symptoms are mild to moderate, but the extreme craving and mood disturbances it creates can threaten a person’s desire to become sober. Some common symptoms of crack withdrawal are:
Lack of motivation
Nausea and/or vomiting
Crack Addiction Treatment at Casa Palmera
Crack addiction and abuse creates an intense physical and psychological dependence that is best treated at a professional crack rehab facility. Casa Palmera provides a safe, comfortable environment to undergo the detoxification period, followed by behavioral therapy, counseling and group support. This is accomplished through traditional and alternative treatments that are designed to help you overcome your addiction and learn to live a healthy and balanced life.
Don’t let crack addiction or abuse ruin your life of the life of a loved one’s any longer.