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1. Cocaine Addiction Rehab: What You Should Know? 2. ocaine Addiction: Are You Cut Out For Doing Rehab? 3. Marijuana: Common Misconceptions Debunked By Experts. 4. Marijuana Rehab: How It Works? 5. How to Prevent Relapse: a Thorough Addiction Treatment Plan. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Cocaine and Marijuana Addiction Rehab


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Cocaine and Marijuana Addiction Rehab
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Synopsis
  1. Cocaine Addiction Rehab What You Should Know?
  2. Cocaine Addiction Are You Cut Out For Doing
    Rehab?
  3. Marijuana Common Misconceptions Debunked By
    Experts
  4. Marijuana Rehab How It Works?
  5. How to Prevent Relapse a Thorough Addiction
    Treatment Plan

3
Cocaine Addiction Rehab What You Should Know?
  • Rehabilitation Process for Cocaine Addiction
  • The symptoms mentioned above denote the
    seriousness of the drug abuse. The person
    suffering from cocaine abuse is not just risking
    his own self but those around him as well.
    Therefore, it makes immediate treatment
    mandatory.
  • The rehabilitation process of cocaine addiction
    starts off with detox. Detox, or detoxification,
    refers to the program that is executed in the
    cocaine addiction rehab to cleanse the body from
    the waste material and any foreign substance
    through the liver.
  • Detoxification is a natural process that
    continues to happen regardless of your drug
    practice, but during drug rehab, it is medically
    assisted to withdraw the toxins related to
    cocaine from the body. The cocaine addiction
    rehab focuses more on dealing with the withdrawal
    symptoms and the dependence that you have
    developed on the drug.
  • In the modern rehab processes, the support
    programs take the drug abuse sufferers after they
    get detoxified and help them develop resistance
    towards cocaine and other drugs.
  • Cocaine addiction rehabs provide withdrawal
    management that helps in dealing with the
    physical and psychological dependence on the drug
    and prevent possibilities of relapse.

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Cocaine Addiction Rehab What You Should Know?
  • Dealing with Withdrawal in Cocaine Addiction
    Rehab
  • Cocaine addiction can demonstrate a number of
    withdrawal symptoms that mainly include mental
    situations like depression, apathy, and anxiety.
    You would likely suffer from fatigue and
    drowsiness and may feel hungrier with your
    appetite increasing.
  • You may also develop insomnia and restlessness,
    and your vision may get affected. Aside from
    these, there are some psychotic symptoms too that
    you may encounter amidst your cocaine addiction
    rehab that include paranoia and hallucinations.
  • Cocaine addiction rehab can also serve in
    diagnosing the mental health conditions that you
    may have aside from the substance disorder. This
    is known as dual diagnosis. The cocaine addiction
    rehab then works on not just the substance
    disorder but on the mental health condition as
    well so that you are able to recover from your
    addiction better and the chances of relapse are
    marginalised.
  • In a good cocaine addiction rehab your treatment
    will address not just the recovery but your
    specific needs as well. For the co-occurring
    psychological and medical conditions, it is
    imperative that you consult a medical
    professional alongside a drug rehab specialist so
    that all bases are sufficiently covered.
  • Behavioural therapy is the most important part of
    the cocaine addiction treatment that you will
    come across. It will allow your addiction
    specialist to understand the reasons behind your
    addiction and how to change your attitude about
    the substance use. This is critical in developing
    effective interventions pertaining to cocaine
    addiction rehab.

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Cocaine Addiction Are You Cut Out For Doing
Rehab?
  • How to tell you really need it?
  • You want more of it to control negative feelings.
  • You have strong craving for cocaine and other
    drugs.
  • You want to quit but you cant control.
  • Cocaine has taken over your life. You start
    under-performing at school or job and in
    interpersonal relations. You isolate yourself
    from others feeling that you are only being
    burdensome or out of fear that you could be
    judged and mocked.
  • You neglect your duties or responsibilities at
    home, school, and work.
  • You get high in risky situations such as on the
    roads or while doing critical work.
  • Youve given up engaging in normal activities to
    smoke cocaine more.

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Cocaine Addiction Are You Cut Out For Doing
Rehab?
  • You continue using cocaine despite problem with
    family and friends. You know how it is affecting
    you and your life but its hard for you to give
    up.
  • You need more cocaine to achieve the same amount
    of euphoria as before at lower levels.
  • You spend a lot of time abusing cocaine or trying
    to get cocaine.
  • Fatigue, mood swings, depression, insomnia,
    changes in appetite
  • Mental health problems, such as delusions.
  • Physical symptoms nosebleeds, signs of white
    substance around the mouth and needle signs on
    arms or legs.
  • How cocaine addiction is treated
  • Cocaine is highly addictive and can change the
    genetic makeup. Poly-drug abuse happens when
    cocaine is taken with other drugs. Addicts may
    mix drugs, which is also called speedball. Due to
    different effects of drugs, there would be
    conflicting effects on the brain. When a large
    amount of cocaine is used with other drugs, there
    is risk of overdose, health problems, and death.
    When drugs enter the blood stream, the person
    could develop health problems, including
    vomiting, high blood pressure, and changes in
    body temperature.

7
Marijuana Common Misconceptions Debunked By
Experts
  • Marijuana can take away your stress and anxiety
  • Addicts justify smoking weed on grounds that it
    helps them cope better with situations that
    trigger stress and anxiety. There are conflicting
    views that marijuana can be used as a gateway
    drug. According to studies, marijuana addicts
    tend to use other drugs too to cope with
    unpleasant circumstances however, other
    researchers claim that marijuana is not linked
    with usage of other drugs.
  • Marijuana is not good medicine
  • Advocates of marijuana state that marijuana is
    less harmful than other drugs and there is no
    harm in using it sometimes. Marijuana is thought
    to be less harmful than alcohol or tobacco. There
    is misinformation that if marijuana is good
    medicine, it is safe for recreational purposes
    too. To say that repeated abuse of marijuana has
    no effects on the brain and does not cause
    addiction is WRONG. Marijuana can trap you in a
    state where you want more of it or other drugs.
    Tens of thousands of people die every year from
    drug abuse.
  • Marijuana usage is temporary
  • The younger the person is when he starts smoking
    marijuana, the higher the chances of the person
    continuing to smoke pot in adulthood. Research
    shows that 62 percent people who started
    marijuana before turning 15 were more likely to
    continue using cocaine.
  • Marijuana is safe for recreation
  • Marijuana can cause serious health problems. It
    contains over 400 chemicals, including 60
    cannaboids. Smoking marijuana can leave five
    times more tar in your lungs than tobacco.
    Marijuana also has 70 percent more carcinogens.
    It also puts people, especially adolescents, at
    higher risks of mental health problems.

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Marijuana Rehab How It Works?
  • Marijuana is amidst the controversy if it should
    be legalised or not. However, in the contemporary
    setting, people who are enrolling in the
    marijuana rehab programs are the ones who have
    been using the drug for past ten years and have
    frequently indulged in attempts to quit its
    usage. The statistics state that
    marijuana-related death rate has tripled in
    merely one year, and the abuse is escalating with
    every passing day.
  • The rehab program for marijuana addiction has
    therapy as its cornerstone. It is reported that
    the objective of marijuana rehab is to proffer
    the individuals with the ability to develop
    resistance towards the drug and its related
    triggers. This is attempted with the core purpose
    of diminishing the relapse rate.
  • The therapy in the marijuana rehab provides
    education pertaining to problem-solving skills
    and coping with situations that often lead
    towards marijuana ingestion. The purpose of
    marijuana rehab is to provide the people skills
    related to lifestyle management and construction
    of a satisfying life that is sans dependency on
    any drug. The therapists aim to proffer lessons
    on drug refusals and changing attitude towards
    the drug temptations.
  • Aside from individual attitude-changing therapy,
    there are other alternatives that are also
    offered in the marijuana rehab. They entail
    sessions of physical activities and group
    counselling where people can meet others who are
    struggling with a similar problem.
  • Physical activities are a part of the therapeutic
    sessions that make people learn how to distract
    themselves from the triggers and maintain a
    healthy life. As the statistics mention, people
    who are going to marijuana rehabs are the ones
    who have been in the drug consumption practice
    for ten years and have already tried multiple
    times to quit the abuse.

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How to Prevent Relapse a Thorough Addiction
Treatment Plan
  • Identify the Warning Signs
  • Relapse is not an immediate occurrence. It takes
    some time to take place while surfacing a number
    of warning signs that can alert you about the
    potential risk of falling back into the addictive
    practice. Learning about these warning signs can
    help you incorporate them in your prevention plan
    and on their identification you can consult your
    rehab program to gain their help about how to
    work in controlling the drug temptation and
    staying sober.
  • Personal Triggers
  • It is essential that you recognise your personal
    triggers or instigators pertaining to drug use
    and addictive behaviours. It is imperative that
    you work on these triggers that can stimulate
    relapse and make you fall back into the drug
    addiction.
  • Indulge in Healthy Activities
  • After recovery, after controlling personal
    triggers, the most important thing is to know how
    to manage your sober time. Sitting idle is one
    step closer to relapse. What you can do is to
    indulge in activities that are safe and healthy.
  • Therapeutic Approach
  • Post addiction recovery, it is important for you
    to take care of yourself physically as well as
    mentally. Indulging in physical therapies
    strengthens you internally and externally.
    Recovering from addiction can be tiring and
    weakening. It can leave you weary and can lead
    towards various diseases.

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The End
  • For more details, please visit
  • https//addictionhealingcentre.ca/marijuana-addict
    ion-treatment/
  • https//addictionhealingcentre.ca/cocaine-addictio
    n-treatment/
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