Cocaine is a stimulant that affects the central nervous system. Continued use can cause long-term changes in the brain and will lead to addiction. Cocaine use also leads to tolerance and the need for greater amounts of the drug to produce the original desired effect. Tolerance is related to overdose, as users must consistently increase their dosage.
There are many false ideas available about drug rehab. When considering recovery, all it takes is one false statement to keep you or a loved one from going. There are endless excuses for staying out of rehab. Cocaine is a highly addictive drug, and addiction won’t go away on its own. It is important to educate yourself and know what rehab is really going to be like before you go. Users who take the initiative to call an addiction helpline will be more informed and ready to check into rehab.
The following are a few of the many myths about cocaine rehab followed by the truths behind these rumors.
Myth: Rehab is too expensive. One of the most common myths is that rehab programs are beyond an individual’s financial means. This alone will keep many users from considering rehab. Cocaine has caused many addicts to simply give up on life and in turn, lose jobs and income. The cost of rehab is out of the question.
Fact: Some insurance companies will cover costs associated with rehabilitation. Additionally, there are many types of programs and many cost levels. Some luxury rehab centers are very expensive, but there are other recovery options that cost much less. Facilities can help you develop a personalized payment plan or look into scholarships for rehab. Many times, family members and friends are willing to help with finances. Rehab will always cost less than continued cocaine addiction.
Myth: Inpatient programs are boring and depressing. People will often envision a rehab center as a drab and dreary facility with grey cinderblock walls. Cocaine users think that rehab is going to be boring and that there is nothing to do but watch television.
Fact: Cocaine rehab facilities do vary in quality and location, but there are many luxury options for recovery. Modern facilities feel more like cheerful hotels than institutions, and many are found in warm and sunny locations. Most facilities offer activities throughout the day like hiking, horseback riding, basketball, yoga and offsite excursions.
Myth: Cocaine rehab is not effective. Another misconception is that rehab programs have just as many relapse patients as they do successful ones. Cocaine users will wonder why they should even bother to go in the first place, if they will just relapse later.
Fact: Not all rehab centers are created equally. It may be up to you to find out the success rate of the center you are interested in. Quality cocaine rehab will prepare you for long-term sobriety and give you the tools to achieve this goal.
If you or someone you know has an addiction to cocaine and can’t find a way out, please call us today. Our counselors are standing by 24 hours a day to talk and listen. We are here to help you learn more about rehab and to help dispel myths and rumors surrounding treatment. All calls are toll free and confidential. Don’t do this alone. Call us today.