Buy Crack Cocaine recovery begins when you determine to stop using cocaine. Because cocaine works heavily on the brain you must cleanse the physical body first. It may seem counter productive, but the brain must know the body is clean and no longer craving.
Because about half of the people who use cocaine also have a mental disorder (bi-polar or ADD) it is important to make sure that these issues are treated properly. Even though cocaine works primarily on the brain, it does have great effects on the body during the high. Because it causes high blood pressure spikes and constriction of the blood vessels to produce that high, the body must be completely clean of the cocaine before recovery can begin in earnest.
This stage is usually called detoxification, simply put to de-toxify the body. The detoxification for cocaine usually begins with large amounts of fluids to dilute and flush the body of the cocaine. Two to four days will usually flush the cocaine to levels which are undetectable to urine testing. However for the recovery process it is important for the mind to know that the body is flushed and clean of cocaine.
When the mind is reassured that the body is clear of cocaine, then the battle of mind control can begin. Restlessness and irritability usually sent in upon the “come down” from the cocaine. The physical recovery is usually pretty short, the blood pressure will stabilize in time, hopefully with little long term problems. Frequent cocaine use can cause:
- Heart failure or heart attacks
- Respiratory failure
- Strokes or nervous system problems
- Digestive problems
Because cocaine use constricts blood vessels and speeds up the heart rate, it has the potential to create cardiovascular disease. The larger the dose the more susceptible the user is to cardiovascular diseases and heart disease because of the coronary artery constriction during use. Because people only use drugs which gives them pleasurable effects, this is in itself is the addictive potential of cocaine. Because cocaine works primarily in the brain, it will in time cause nervous system problems.
One of the most essential issues of physical recovery from cocaine use is the necessity to abstain from the desire to use sedatives, alcohol or any other anti-anxiety medicines to treat the desire symptoms through cocaine recovery. If any of these are used, it just shifts one addiction to another addiction equally hard to recover from.
The next step in your recovery is the emotional recovery which attacks the reasons behind the addiction and combats the reasons which might cause a relapse. After all the emotional problem is probably what caused the first use anyway, and we must approach it now while the body is physically clean.