When you are looking for cocaine detox in Delray Beach you have to look no further than The Delray Center for Healing. What exactly is cocaine you may wonder? Cocaine is a crystalline tropane alkaloid that is gathered from the leaves of the cocoa plant. It is a stimulant of the central nervous system, or more specifically a serotonin-norepinephrine-dopamine reuptake inhibitor which moderates the functionality of these neurotransmitters. It becomes addicting to some due to the way it affects the mesolimbic reward pathway.
When trying to decide whether or not you should attempt to detox from cocaine on your own, you should be sure you have all the information on cocaine detox in Delray Beach that you possibly can obtain. When choosing a treatment facility in order to help with this detox, The Delray Center for Healing is your where you should be looking. The first step to take is that you need to stop using cocaine and get rid of any you may have as well as the paraphernalia associated with it. It is very important to discontinue use of the drug completely to cleanse your system. By stopping immediately there will be withdrawal symptoms associated with that. They can be very unpleasant but will pass in time. Most withdrawal symptoms are psychological in nature and can include agitation, irritability and restlessness.
You should expect your number one withdrawal symptom to be a strong craving to continue using cocaine. To get over these bad withdrawal symptoms we have medication on hand that can help alleviate them. Our staff is here to care for you and make this an easier process. If you want to find out more about our cocaine detox in Delray Beach give us a call now. Its time for you to start your new life.
Since 2003, the Delray Center for Healing has provided exceptional psychiatric and therapeutic care for mental health, eating, and substance use disorders. To learn more about our philosophy and treatment approach, download our free e-book, “Psychiatry Redefined,” written by our founder and medical director, Raul J. Rodriguez, MD.