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Cocaine Addiction
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Next Wind Recovery provides substance abuse treatment in New Jersey for cocaine addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders.

If you or a loved one suffers from cocaine addiction, contact us at 201.331.6569 to learn about your many treatment options.

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Cocaine is a potent, highly addictive, and dangerous stimulant drug that immediately hooks users after the first use. Long known as a recreational “party drug” synonymous with the decadence of the 1970s, cocaine use continues to be a major health issue in the United States. According to data provided by NIDA, an estimated 5.2 million people over 12 years of age in the United States have used cocaine in the past month. Sadly, nearly 20,000 people died of a drug overdose involving cocaine in 2020.

If you are struggling with cocaine addiction, the cycle of addiction is very difficult to break without professional intervention. Next Wind Recovery is a top-tier cocaine rehab center in New Jersey featuring treatment programs that are extensively tested, proven to work, and personalized to meet your unique and specific needs. Don’t wait another day to address your addiction; call Next Wind Recovery today and learn more about our New Jersey drug rehab.

What is Cocaine Addiction?

Cocaine is an extremely addictive drug made from the leaves of the coca plant. In powder form, it is snorted but can also be liquified and injected. Crack is a crystallized form of cocaine that is smoked. Crack is more potent and addictive than powder cocaine. Cocaine is a stimulant that impacts the central nervous system (CSN) by blocking norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin transporters, which causes a build-up of these neurotransmitters in the brain’s pleasure centers. This build-up produces feelings of euphoria that fuel the cycle of addiction, which is difficult to break without professional intervention. 

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The Psychological Effects of Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine addiction impacts how a person processes information and manages interpersonal relationships. Extreme mood swings and irritability contribute to difficulties maintaining healthy relationships. Long-term use can affect daily functioning to the degree that individuals cannot handle their responsibilities, which contributes to the further breakdown of relationships. Other psychological effects can include:

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Panic attacks

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Aggression and violent outbursts

How Does Cocaine Affect the Body?

Cocaine directly affects the neurochemistry in the brain’s reward center. Cocaine blocks dopamine from being reabsorbed in the brain. As a result, huge quantities of dopamine linger in the brain, leading users to feel intense euphoria. When the effects of cocaine begin to diminish, the brain is too overworked and unable to produce dopamine on its own. This leads to users taking more cocaine, so more dopamine reinforces the good feelings.

Physically, cocaine creates dramatic spikes in energy levels, increases body temperature, and increases heart rate and pressure. While users say cocaine helps increase focus and clarity, the drug increases irritability, and people become more sensitive to touch, sound, and light. Additionally, cocaine decreases appetite and increases feelings of anxiety and paranoia. Over time, people who abuse cocaine can experience dangerous complications, including constricted blood vessels, dangerously high blood pressure, arrhythmia, malnourishment, seizures, and even hallucinations.

Cocaine addiction is serious and life-threatening. Take back control of your life with help from Next Wind Recovery. We offer cocaine addiction treatment in New Jersey that is evidence-based and tailored to your needs. Call us today and find happiness, health, and lasting sobriety.

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What are the Signs of Cocaine Addiction?

The signs of cocaine addiction can be seen in the physical, psychological, and behavioral sense. The following are the common cocaine addiction signs in each area:


  • Dilated pupils
  • Persistent nosebleeds
  • Bursts of high energy
  • Insomnia
  • Breathing problems


  • Heightened confidence
  • Poor decision-making abilities and impulsive behavior
  • Restlessness
  • Mood swings
  • Depression
  • Psychosis
  • Finding it hard to focus or concentrate at work, home, or in any other areas of your life
  • Exacerbation of any existing co-occurring mental illnesses


  • Engaging in reckless behaviors
  • Being secretive or dishonest about your activities
  • Increased social isolation
  • Devoting an excessive amount of time to obtaining, using and recovering from the effects of cocaine
  • Losing interest in activities, hobbies or events that were once important to you
  • Neglecting responsibilities and relationships
  • Poor performance at work or school


Don’t let cocaine addiction ruin your life. Next Wind Recovery’s cocaine rehab center in New Jersey offers intensive outpatient rehab that gives you the intensive treatment you need while allowing you to live at home. Call us toll-free right now and take back control of your life.

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Cocaine Addiction Treatment in New Jersey

The effects of cocaine begin almost immediately, making the user feel euphoric, mentally alert, energetic, and talkative. How cocaine is used impacts these effects. For example, snorting cocaine does not produce effects as strong as when smoked or injected, but the high lasts longer. Once the high has worn off, users experience a “crash” that can include depression and fatigue, creating the desire for more of the drug. This begins the cycle of dependence that leads to addiction.

The short-term and long-term physical effects of cocaine addiction are serious. The immediate risk is for overdose or sudden death caused by cardiac arrest or seizures followed by respiratory arrest. This is common when fentanyl is added to cocaine without the user’s knowledge. Other physical effects include:

Weight loss and loss of appetite

Blood vessel constriction

Nosebleeds and nasal infections

Sleep disturbances

Sexual dysfunction

Chest pain and heart disease


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At this time we are unable to accept Medicaid or Medicare plans.