Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine is a powerful drug and can be very addicting.
Cocaine has destroyed many lives and taken the lives of
many before their time. Even a single use can result in
overdose and death and long term use can cause
serious health consequences including but not limited to
heart and other organ failure and dementia. Cocaine
addiction treatment can help those suffering from
addiction to reclaim their lives.

Neuroscience institutes can provide the latest state of the
art technology in cocaine addiction treatment. Brain
mapping can help determine if areas of the brain are
malfunctioning or misfiring.

SPECT brain scans can see deep into the brain and how it functions.
Neurofeedback/ EEG biofeedback can address regulation problems in the
brain and train the brain to function better.

These neurological and physiological tests can help determine
emotional issues and physical brain function associated with the
addiction. The biofeedback can help measure the effectiveness and
progression of treatment.

A holistic, integrated approach also known as a dual
diagnostic approach is important for a successful
rehabilitation program. In addition to neuroscience
advances, other treatments such as therapy, education,
and lifestyle counseling are incorporated into any
successful program. Most importantly, every program
should be individualized for each patient's unique
background, needs, and goals.

In a dual diagnostic approach, recovery from cocaine
addiction means the patient will receive help with the
physical aspects of his or her addiction as well as the
psychiatric and neurological issues that may be at the
root of the addiction.

This type of treatment can help identify and address cravings and
withdrawal symptoms, especially with long term or heavy cocaine abuse
where symptoms can last for weeks or months.

A committed dual diagnostic approach will not just mask
the symptoms leaving the patient in a vulnerable position
for relapse. Instead it will identify and address the
underlying causes, resolve symptoms and triggers, and
equip the patient with the necessary tools to handle the
emotional, physical, and mental aspects of his or her
addiction.

All of this means that a patient can achieve a complete and
sustainable recovery and leave his or her addiction behind for good.
This means no more chemical cravings.

The patient will be empowered with knowledge and with resolution of
the factors that drove him or her to
self-indulge and self-medicate in the first place.

If you or someone you know is struggling with cocaine
addiction, find a neuroscience institute specializing in
cocaine addiction treatment for help today.

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