Effective and Affordable Treatment for Cocaine Addiction at The Cabin Chiang Mai
The Cabin Chiang Mai uses a unique combination of treatment methods that has proved to be very effective in treating cocaine addiction.
The principle treatment method, Recovery Zones, combines cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), revised 12 Steps methodology and mindfulness therapy for a comprehensive programme that works. This programme is complemented by further therapies including art therapy, physical fitness, yoga and more to ensure that we treat the entire body and mind – the best method for obtaining long-term recovery from cocaine addiction.
We also encourage family members to join our free, three-day family addiction treatment programme which helps family members not only get a better understanding of the disease of addiction, but to work with their addicted loved one to create an effective support network to help reduce the chances of relapse in the future. It has been proven that family involvement in addiction recovery significantly increases the chances of success.
What is Cocaine Addiction?
Similar to most other drugs of addiction, cocaine use targets and overstimulates the brain’s reward system which gives short-term feelings of pleasure. However with time, cocaine changes the way the brain works, and teaches the user to repeat use in order to achieve those same feelings of euphoria. The speed in which this happens depends on each individual cocaine user and the way their brain reacts to the drug, as well as the way in which they use the drug. Those who smoke crack cocaine for instance, will typically become addicted to the drug much faster.
Health Effects of Addiction to Cocaine
Those who suffer from cocaine addiction can experience many negative psychological and physical effects. Severe paranoia is quite common, where cocaine abusers lose touch with reality and hear sounds that are not real.
Serious health problems which can affect those suffering from cocaine addiction are as follows:
- Heart problems, including heart attacks
- Respiratory effects, including respiratory failure
- Nervous system problems, including strokes
- Injecting cocaine can cause further damage, especially if sharing needles, including contracting Hepatitis or HIV and infection of the injection site on the body.
Even first time or recreational users can experience heart attacks or strokes. Cocaine use combined with alcohol consumption increases these dangerous effects.
Key Benefits of Inpatient Treatment For Cocaine Dependency
The benefits of residential rehab for cocaine addiction are plentiful and include the following:
- Secluded location
Getting away from all of the people and places which encourage cocaine use is not only beneficial, but a necessity for many. Stopping the use of cocaine without changing environments is not possible for many who benefit from being in a secluded location while undergoing cocaine dependence treatment.
- Round-the-clock care
Whether it is severe drug cravings or intense emotions brought up by addiction treatment, there is always a counsellor or support worker nearby in residential rehab.
- Weekly schedules
Inpatient addiction treatment centres keep their clients busy with scheduled therapy sessions and activities that positively affect addiction recovery. One-on-one and group counselling sessions will be scheduled daily – both an integral part of treatment.
- Confidential treatment
All treatment is kept 100% confidential at all times.
One of the biggest benefits to residential rehab is the freedom to focus all attention on recovery. Gone are the everyday stressors of work, family and social commitments. At least for this short time, clients are able to focus on nothing but getting better.
Why Choose The Cabin Chiang Mai for Addiction Treatment?
Part of The Cabin Addiction Services Group, a global leader in modern addiction treatment, The Cabin Chiang Mai’s Western-trained counsellors have decades of combined experience treating substance abuse disorders including cocaine addiction. In addition, many of our counsellors are in addiction recovery themselves, which means they are also able to pull from personal experience which aids in connecting with and treating clients.
With an above average programme completion rate of 96%, The Cabin Chiang Mai offers an affordable, comprehensive and effective addiction treatment programme.
How Long does Residential Rehab Last?
Most inpatient treatment centres recommend a minimum stay of 28 days which can be extended up to 90 days if need be. The length of stay will be determined by the severity of the cocaine addiction and how quickly the client is able to work through the treatment process.
Getting the Help You Need for Cocaine Addiction
All addictions are best treated as early on as possible. If you or someone you know is suffering from cocaine addiction, the best time to act is now! Fill out our contact form or call us on one of our toll-free numbers for a free assessment of how we can help.