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You will rarely meet an elderly cocaine addict. It’s not a substance you can abuse for very long. If you don’t seek treatment, then the most likely way you will successfully stop using cocaine, is when you overdose and die.
If you are using cocaine, or know someone who is, then getting the facts about this highly addictive and deadly drug are the smart first steps to surviving it. In Cocaine Addiction and Treatment has everything you need to know about how the drug affects your body, why trying to quit cold turkey is nearly impossible and the long-term fatal health consequences of using cocaine.
How does one get addicted to cocaine anyway? It will surprise you to know the common family history and experiences most cocaine users have in common. Even more shockingly, you will learn why a lot of addicts began using cocaine in the first place and it has nothing to do with partying and having a good time.
Cocaine in powder or crack form not only causes physical devastation to your body that can be irreversible, it can lead to far worse psychological damage. Cocaine Addiction and Treatment puts the cold hard facts in front of you so you can truly understand the horror story you are writing for yourself if you are using cocaine.
If you make the decision to fight the cocaine demon or you want to help a loved one beat their addiction you must educate yourself on how cocaine affects the brain. Understanding why it is nearly impossible to fight the addiction on your own and why you need medical intervention is critical so that you can save your own life or the life of a love one using it.
Finally, you must know your treatment options. Seeking help from a trained drug counselor and doctor will be the difference between successfully kicking the habit and dying. Don’t accept the death sentence cocaine abuse hands down and take the first step towards recovery with this essential guide to understanding cocaine addiction and how to get the help you need to beat it.
Factual information about issues associated with cocaine addiction that could be considered to be caused by a comorbid condition, issue or innate trait. Family and friends of a cocaine addict might consider certain behaviours to be innate and disassociate themselves from the addict, but the understanding that those behaviours are in fact a symptom of addiction might help them to keep on making efforts to help their loved one. This book helps to enlighten family and friends to the idea's that the addiction could exacerbate the feelings their loved one has from past trauma, and that the initial cocaine use was due to numbing internal pain that should have been dealt with before seeking cocaine to heal them.