Cocaine Addiction Treatment Program | Cocaine Detox in Connecticut
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The Hazards of Cocaine Use

Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant
drug that can have devastating effects on a
person’s health and well-being.

At our drug and alcohol recovery campus in Connecticut, we understand the challenges that come with overcoming cocaine addiction.

We’re here. We’re listening. We can help.

Paramount Wellness Retreat’s dream team of seasoned professionals will seamlessly guide you or your loved one to thrive in the path of recovery with mentoring expertise and empathy.

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The Effects of Cocaine

Cocaine can produce a short-lived, intense high that is followed by a crash that can leave the user feeling depleted, anxious, and paranoid. Over time, repeated use of cocaine can lead to physical and psychological dependence, and withdrawal symptoms can be intense and difficult to manage without professional help.

The dangers of cocaine use don’t stop there. Prolonged use can also cause a range of serious health problems, including:

Heart attacks



Respiratory failure

Irreparable damage to
the nasal passages

Mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, and paranoia

Warning Signs of Cocaine Use

There are several warning signs that a person may be using cocaine. Some of the most common signs include:

Physical changes: Cocaine use can cause physical changes, such as dilated pupils, increased heart rate and blood pressure, and changes in appetite.

Behavioral changes: Cocaine use can cause changes in a person’s behavior, such as increased talkativeness, restlessness, and irritability. People who use cocaine may also become more aggressive, impulsive, and paranoid.

Changes in sleeping patterns: Cocaine use can disrupt a person’s normal sleeping patterns, causing them to stay awake for long periods or to sleep for shorter periods.

Changes in energy levels: Cocaine is a stimulant drug, and people who use it may experience increased energy levels and decreased appetite.

Financial difficulties: Cocaine is an expensive drug, and many people who use it will struggle to pay for it. This can lead to financial difficulties, including debt and theft.

Possession of drug paraphernalia: People who use cocaine may have items associated with drug use, such as razor blades, mirrors, or rolled-up dollar bills.

Neglect of responsibilities: Cocaine use can cause a person to neglect their responsibilities, such as missing work or school, or neglecting their personal relationships.

Treatment for Cocaine Addiction at
Paramount Wellness Retreat

At Paramount Wellness Retreat in Connecticut, we offer a comprehensive and evidence-based approach to treating cocaine addiction. We distinguish ourselves by using an integrated care approach. Our experienced staff will work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan that addresses your unique needs and challenges.

Treatment may include:

  • Detoxification to help manage the physical and psychological symptoms of withdrawal.
  • Behavioral therapy, such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical-Behavior Therapy (DBT), or motivational interviewing, to help you understand and change the patterns of behavior that contribute to your addiction.
  • Group therapy, to help you build a support network and learn from others in recovery.
  • Medications, such as buprenorphine or naltrexone, to help manage cravings and reduce the risk of relapse.
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Get Help Today & Start Your Recovery Journey

Contact Paramount wellness to learn more about our addiction treatments and find the right program for your recovery.

All of the substances we treat:











Flakka / Bath Salts

LSD / Psilocybin / Hallucinogens



Cannabis / Weed / Synthetic Cannabis

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