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Cocaine Rehab in Las Vegas, Nevada

Cocaine Addiction Treatment in Las Vegas, NV

Address All 8 Dimensions of Wellness with The Nestled Recovery Center

Cocaine is a highly addictive drug that affects the lives of thousands of people living in the state of Nevada. If you or a loved one is in need of cocaine addiction treatment in Las Vegas or the surrounding areas, look no further than The Nestled Recovery Center. We understand the crippling effects of addiction and can empower you with the tools and skills to overcome your dependency. Treatment for cocaine is a lifelong commitment, and we are committed to walk with you every step of the way towards sobriety.

Call us at (702) 299-6406 today to learn more about our cocaine addiction treatment program in Las Vegas.

Understanding Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine addiction affects about 913,000 people in the United states and accounts for nearly 6% of all admissions to drug abuse treatment programs. The substance can be inhaled through the nose, injected into a vein, absorbed through soft tissues, or smoked as crack cocaine. Once someone consumes cocaine, they may feel talkative, energetic, and euphoric. This is because cocaine is a stimulant, or a drug that increases alertness and energy.

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What Is Cocaine?  

Also known as coke, C, snow, powder, or blow; cocaine is a Schedule II drug that is illegal for recreational use in the United States. Cocaine is derived from the South American coca plant and is typically sold as a fine, white crystalline powder. Often, cocaine is “cut” with other drugs, so many people who struggle with cocaine addiction are addicted to more than one substance.

“Crack” is the street name for smokable cocaine, due to the crackling sound freebase cocaine makes when it is smoked.

Any form of cocaine can be abused and lead to addiction. Short-term use of cocaine can have unfavorable side effects and long-term use can lead to serious health conditions.

For the sake of your physical and psychological health, call The Nestled Recovery Center ASAP.

What Are The Consequences of Using Cocaine?

In addition to the toll drug addiction can take on your life and relationships, cocaine use can lead to physical and psychological symptoms. The effects of cocaine addiction can include:

  • Impaired judgment
  • Paranoia
  • Panic
  • Hallucinations
  • Restlessness
  • Repetitive or abnormal behaviors
  • Irritability and aggression
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Increased heart rate
  • Heart arrhythmia
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Insomnia
  • Loss of appetite
  • Unhealthy weight loss
  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Chest and abdominal pain

Over time, cocaine addiction may lead to serious consequences like heart attacks, seizures, and stroke. Cocaine is also associated with respiratory diseases, a weakened immune system, hepatitis, gangrene of the bowels, and other medical conditions.

Further, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has noted an increase in overdose deaths involving cocaine and other psychostimulants.

Getting treatment for cocaine addiction can be the difference between life and death. Start your journey today.

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How Does Cocaine Addiction Treatment Work?  

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, treatment for cocaine addiction must not only address the way the drug changes your brain, but also any social, familial, and environmental factors that influence your drug use.

Some patients have co-occurring mental disorders that will need extra treatment and even pharmacological intervention.

At The Nestled Recovery Center, we have everything you need to detox safely and an effective set of therapies to help you recover.

We believe in the holistic model of wellness, which means we will address your emotional, physical, spiritual, mental, occupational, social, financial, and environmental health.

While you’re with us, you will be comfortable in our upscale facilities, make lasting social connections in a calming desert oasis, and receive the best mental healthcare available.

You will also have the opportunity to participate in yoga, horseback riding, and other experiential therapies that help you rediscover the joys of sober living.

Meet our team here and call us at any time to change your story.

Why Choose The Nestled Recovery Center For Cocaine Rehab?

The Nestled Recovery Center is an upscale-luxury addiction treatment and recovery center. We have staff and support available 24/7 and we take a holistic approach to recovery, focusing on all 8 dimensions of wellness.

When you choose The Nestled Recovery Center, you can expect comfort and individualized care. We only accept 10 patients at a time, so you will get all the one-on-one attention you deserve and an opportunity to forge strong connections with others in recovery that are also attending rehab in Nevada.

Discover a new way of life today. Call us at (702) 299-6406 or contact us online.

Self Assessment For Cocaine Use Disorder (Interactive Test) Quiz

We developed this test so you can confidentially see if you have a Cocaine problem. The test will help you gauge if you have a Cocaine problem or not based on diagnostic criteria for evaluating Cocaine use disorders. To determine whether you meet diagnostic criteria for mild, moderate, or severe, complete the following questions about your Cocaine use over the past year:

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1. Were there times when you used cocaine more, or for a longer period, than you planned?(Required)

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