Crack/Cocaine Detox Program in New Jersey
Crack/Cocaine Detox in New Jersey
Crack cocaine is a highly addictive drug that’s nearly impossible to stop using without professional intervention. Crack can have a devastating impact on people turning them into someone that drug dealers refer to as a “fiend” or a “zombie”.
If drug dealers are using similar negative language to describe you, it might be time to rethink some of your life decisions. Because of the high levels of dopamine released when you use crack cocaine, it’s possible to become addicted quickly, often in only a matter of days.
Signs of addiction to crack cocaine include:
- Euphoria and overconfidence
- Loss of appetite
- Inability to sleep
- Increased heart rate
- Dilated pupils
- Delusions and hallucinations
People who use crack cocaine may also have:
- Track marks on their bodies if they inject the drug
- White traces around their nose if they snort it
- Burns on their mouth or nose if they smoke it
When you try to stop using crack cocaine, you’ll experience painful withdrawal symptoms. While symptoms vary from person to person, they can include:
- Nausea and vomiting
- Bad dreams
- Mood changes and irritability
- Bone and muscle pain
- Physical cravings
- Profuse sweating
Help for Crack/Cocaine Detox
If you’re trying to detox from crack cocaine, having professional cope with the unpleasant and withdrawal side effect. But just as important, we identify and help resolve the repeating behavioral patterns that are leading to drug use and teach you the coping skills to stay off crack and cocaine for good. At the Wellness Center New Jersey, we provide addiction counseling and group therapy sessions with trained and licensed staff.
Our recovery program includes:
- Modern coping mechanisms
- Therapeutic care following detox
- 12-step program integration
- Assistance to develop trusting relationships
Call to Learn How We Can Help
If you want to stop using crack cocaine, let us help. Speak with one of our friendly representatives by calling 201-945-2905. Making the call is the first step to living a clean and healthy life.