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The psychological effects are also as dangerous as the physical ones. Many people are known to take prescription medication to calm themselves, but consumption and its subsequent withdrawal symptoms can actually worsen any mental condition that they are suffering from. Also note that addicts can experience life-threatening convulsions, but this only happens on rare occasions.

Medications may also be used to curb these symptoms, such as clonidine, suboxone, and methadone. In-patient facilities even offer therapy sessions (both group and individual), along with educational lectures.

Outpatient programs, on the other hand, may require you to check in with a counselor every day, or stay at the center for eight hours each day.

Solutions for Addictions

A number of privately owned rehabilitation centers in Fairfield provide treatment and therapy for drug addicts. Detox, group counseling, individual counseling, inpatient treatment are usually the best way to overcome addiction. Any kind of treatment though, needs strong will and commitment from the addict and those who commit themselves to more intense, long term treatments usually have the best outcomes.

Start Your Journey Today

Take a fresh step into the right direction. It is never too late to get the help you need, and our Fairfield drug treatment center is ready and willing to help you accomplish your goals. Helping people begin again is what we do best but it has to start with you choosing a new path. By picking up the phone and calling us you are courageously taking your life in a new direction and we will be with you every step of the way.

Our friendly staff is waiting to hear from you. Your new life is waiting for you and it is only a phone call away.

Effects and Symptoms

As cocaine addiction causes increased euphoria, addicts feel alert, carefree and full of energy. There are some serious short and long term effects. Addicts may suffer from sweating, twitching, insomnia, blurred vision. Seizures and heart attacks are not uncommon among long term users of cocaine. Users also suffer from depression. As the dose intake increases, addicts may suffer from increased paranoia and extreme mood swings or loss of appetite. Cocaine addiction also alters a persons ability to make decisions and causes forgetfulness.