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Cocaine Relapse Warning Signs

Drug Addiction , Drug Rehab Alexa Iocco | November 2, 2022

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Risks Factors For A Cocaine Relapse

Cocaine is an incredibly addictive substance that alters the perception of reality that a person may have. When an individual is under the influence of cocaine, there is a strong likelihood that they will do things that they wouldn’t normally do during the time that they were sober. Cocaine addiction is something that can lead to serious physical and psychological issues that could ultimately result in the death of either yourself or a loved one. 

There are several risk factors that could trigger a cocaine relapse including: 

  • Interacting with individuals who are still lost in their own substance abuse issues 
  • Putting yourself in situations where you’re around people that are still using cocaine 
  • Continuing with relationships with family members who may not support your efforts in sobriety 
  • Not going to support groups 

These factors and avoiding these issues are aspects of recovery that you will learn more about during the time that you’re in treatment. When you partner with Resurgence Behavioral Health, you will learn the valuable tools that you need to avoid a relapse. For example, you will learn the importance of developing and maintaining healthy habits as well as learning more about yourself and your likes and dislikes now that you’re a person who is in recovery.

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8 Warnings Signs A Loved One Is Using Cocaine Again

There are several warning signs that your loved one may be on the path to experiencing a cocaine relapse. If you suspect that your loved one is showing signs of cocaine relapse, one of the best things that you can do is to reach out to a substance abuse treatment facility such as Resurgence to provide you with the support and resources that you need to get your loved one the help that you need. However, here are a few examples of warning signs that a loved one may exhibit if they have relapsed: 

  • Erratic behavior 
  • Justifying any type of substance abuse 
  • Issues in maintaining relationships with friends or family members 
  • Problems at work 
  • Money issues 
  • Anti-social behavior 
  • Health problems 
  • Depression 

How To Recover From A Cocaine Relapse

Cocaine relapse is something that is difficult to work through, however, it’s not something that needs to hold you back from recovery in the future. While it’s true that cocaine relapse is something that is challenging and embarrassing, when you reach out for help, you can get yourself back on track when it comes to your recovery. 

One of the first things that you should do is reach out to an addiction treatment center such as Resurgence. Remember, our treatment team is addiction experts and professionals. As a result, you will never experience any judgment from our team. Our only goal is to provide you with the help and support that you need to work through this relapse and get yourself back to sobriety. 

During the time that you’re recovering from your relapse, it’s important to keep in mind that your team will work closely with you to determine the reasons why you may have relapsed and help you not make those same mistakes again as you work through your new treatment. This is something that will primarily be done through participating in different forms of addiction therapy. Examples of addiction therapy include group therapy, behavioral therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy. 

While addiction therapy is something that can be uncomfortable at times, it’s imperative that you open yourself up to this healing process. You will struggle through some of these sessions and at other times you will feel more comfortable and at peace with the results of that particular session. Keep in mind that our recovery team will continue to check in with you to see how you’re progressing through your recovery to ensure that you still feel comfortable and confident with the direction that your recovery is taking. 

Cocaine Rehab and Relapse Prevention at Resurgence

Are you concerned about the possible signs of cocaine relapse for yourself or a loved one? The Resurgence Behavioral Health team is here to provide you with the care and support that you need. At Resurgence, we offer personalized treatment options for cocaine addiction which also include relapse prevention. At the start of your recovery, it would be incredibly beneficial for you to commit to a cocaine detox program. The reason for this is that cocaine can cause you to experience withdrawal symptoms which will make it almost impossible for you to properly care for yourself. Detox is typically something that lasts approximately seven days after which time you will be in a better place holistically to meaningfully commit to your addiction treatment program. 

Detox is not the final step when it comes to your cocaine recovery. In order for you to truly overcome your substance abuse and prevent a relapse in the future, it’s important that you complete an inpatient or outpatient addiction treatment program. If you felt comfortable with the premise of detox, then you may feel comfortable with a residential or an inpatient treatment program. During residential or inpatient treatment, you will have the opportunity to live on the campus of our addiction treatment facility. You will have unlimited access to our addiction treatment team and also be able to regularly interact with other people who are working through their own type of treatment program. This type of structure is something that can be incredibly beneficial for individuals who are trying to take steps toward changing the people, places, and things that have negatively impacted their sobriety. 

If you don’t feel comfortable with the premise of inpatient treatment or you simply don’t have the flexibility to commit to this type of treatment program, you have the option to utilize an outpatient treatment program such as an intensive outpatient or partial hospitalization program. These outpatient programs give you the flexibility that you need to still see to your work or school responsibilities while being able to address the events in your life that may have contributed to your cocaine addiction or relapse issues. The major difference between these two types of addiction treatment programs is the number of hours that you will need to spend in recovery. Partial hospitalization treatment requires more of an hourly commitment in comparison to an intensive outpatient treatment program. There are several individuals who opt to commit to an inpatient treatment program and transfer to an outpatient treatment program to reinforce the important tools and lessons that they learned during the time that they were in their initial treatment program. 

The Resurgence Behavioral Health team is available right now to provide you with the information that you need to make the best decision for your substance abuse treatment. We can provide you with treatment options starting immediately. Regardless of whether you’re a family member of a loved one who is potentially struggling with addiction or you, yourself, are struggling with addiction, you can take comfort in the fact that you will be surrounded by individuals who genuinely care for your sobriety and your well-being. If you would like more information about the signs of cocaine relapse or you’re ready to change your life by committing to a substance abuse treatment program, we recommend that you get in touch with us today! 

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