NEW YORK, March 28, 2012, 9:23 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- The effects of cocaine have often been underestimated when, in fact, it is one of the most addictive substances abused and one of the most destructive to a variety of different physiological systems.
One of the draws of cocaine is the nearly instantaneous high it produces. It's fast acting, entering the bloodstream quickly and traveling to the brain. One of the marked effects on the body is the effect cocaine has on the heart. It increases heart rate and blood pressure as it constricts blood flow to the heart. In an individual who has progressive heart disease which has resulted in significant narrowing of the arteries, cocaine use can produce immediate, fatal results.
“The effects of cocaine use are devastating,” begins a spokesperson for Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center . “At some point its use will catch up with an individual, either through immediate effects or via prolonged exposure. Not only does it physically wear on the individual, but the emotional and psychological impact is also profound. The sooner that help is sought for treatment, the less impact it can have on an individual's life.”
If your family dynamic has been impacted by the use of cocaine in a loved one's life, the effects don't have to be continued and longstanding. With proper, holistic drug rehab and addiction treatment, individuals can reclaim their self-dignity and begin living their lives sober once again.
Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center can help you gently, yet effectively, approach your loved one in a loving, caring way through professional intervention services. Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center has an outstanding success rate through its evidence based and holistic drug rehab program. In addition, its comprehensive professional intervention services can help make the transition easier for an addict and his/her families to enter into rehab treatment.
In addition, Mountainside offers a comprehensive family care program that will give you the tools necessary to rebuild the bonds of your family to what they once were. Their unique individualized recovery program is recognized as one of the most comprehensive and individualized in the treatment field.
Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center is a modern drug rehab facility that is skilled in serving a variety of clients with various addictions and in varying stages of addiction. The caring, compassionate team is made up of licensed and certified social workers and counselors who have extensive experience and specialty in the addiction treatment field. In addition, the staff includes a Nurse Practitioner, as well as a Registered Nurse, both of whom also have specializations and experience within the field of addiction treatment and alcohol rehab.
Mountainside also provides services for those individuals who come to them with dual diagnoses and require the services of a Psychiatrist to help conquer the unique challenges that dual diagnosis brings.
For the past 13 years, Mountainside has established itself as an innovator within the addiction treatment field, and the treatment modalities Mountainside utilizes are regarded as among the most cutting-edge approaches in helping individuals to get, and to remain, sober. As a result of their unique, innovative approaches to addiction treatment, Mountainside has become the model for the addiction treatment field.
The program, along with its professional addiction treatment team, have earned national recognition and resulted in Mountainside being invited to Washington by the White House to meet with the White House Drug Czar, John P. Walters, for an in-depth meeting on what makes its program so successful. These accolades did not go unnoticed within the addiction treatment field and resulted in the adoption by many throughout the country of a more holistic approach to drug addiction treatment.
If you or someone you love is addicted to drugs or alcohol, or if you have any questions, please contact Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center for a confidential inquiry at 800-762-5433.
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