If someone is addicted to cocaine it not only causes them great distress and behavioural problems, it also causes many problems for their friends and loved ones too. Whether you are just an occasional user or you have to have your fix on a daily basis you are going to need cocaine addiction treatment at some point.
So when you have decided that enough is enough and you want to give up the best thing to do is pick a date and stick to that, get rid of all your drug taking items and flush any remaining cocaine down the toilet as you don't want to be tempted to remove it from the rubbish bin. Tell a close friend or loved one what you are doing and ask for their support.
If you are a heavy cocaine user then you will probably need medical assistance so contact your GP or local health centre to see what help they will give you. You will need to be strong through this and eating healthy food and taking exercise does help with the withdrawal symptoms.
Giving up cocaine affects people in different ways and not everyone has the same dependency symptoms, a good idea is to research what kind of withdrawal you are likely to have and prepare yourself for it. When you've decided that cocaine addiction treatment is the way you want to go stay strong and you will get there.
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