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Crack cocaine is the hard form of the substance cocaine which is derived from the coca plant and produces a powerful stimulant effect when smoked. This type of cocaine is considered the most potent and addictive form of the substance and can cause the dire need for treatment. The top crack cocaine rehabilitation programs provide effective counseling, therapy, and aftercare for the patient helping them to better understand their addiction, why they started using cocaine in the first place and how to prevent future use of this dangerous drug.

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The first step to finding the top crack cocaine treatment centers for an individual’s situation or condition is to determine the level of addiction and the types of treatment that will be most effective. In most cases, inpatient treatment is not necessary for those suffering from an addiction to crack cocaine but for an individual who has smoked crack for many years, there may be the need for a residential program that keeps them off the streets and away from potential use of the drug. All of these factors will need to be considered prior to choosing a treatment or rehabilitation program for the addict.

What is Crack Cocaine?

Also known as “freebase,” crack is the hard form of cocaine that is typically placed into a pipe, sometimes referred to as a stem, and smoked. Crack is also known as rock, hard, base or a number of other street names and can be made in a number of ways. The cocaine is cooked in a process that combines baking soda and water to “blow up” the substance and then the oil that rises is rolled into a rock shape. The effective cooking of the cocaine and transformation of it into crack makes the substance able to be smoked as crack vaporizes at a much lower temperature than cocaine itself does.

Leading Causes of Crack Cocaine Addiction

The effects that crack cocaine can create euphoria, increased energy and a craving for more of the drug that comes almost immediately after the drug is no longer used. Crack cocaine addiction results from the cravings that come when the addict stops smoking the substance. While there is no scientific evidence that supports an extreme physical addiction to crack cocaine (such as the physical dependence that comes with heroin or alcohol abuse) the psychological effects of crack cocaine can cause a user to continue abusing the substance again and again despite the known consequences of the drug abuse.

In many cases, those addicted to crack cocaine start out as cocaine users and then eventually turn to smoking the drug for an increased high. Unfortunately, smoking crack is much more addicting than snorting cocaine and the end result is often the need for professional help to get well. Fortunately, there are many crack cocaine treatment centers and rehabilitation programs available to effectively help an addict heal from the psychological dependence that results from crack cocaine use.

Why Quit Crack Cocaine?

Crack can ruin the life of the addict financially, intimately, personally and psychologically which is why it is so important to immediately seek help if you think that you or someone you love may be addicted to this dangerous substance. Long term or extended crack use can lead to paranoia, restlessness, irritability and delusions. When an addict binges on crack, staying up for days at a time and smoking the drug over and over again, there is a risk of overdose which can result in death—the risk of death alone should be reason enough to quit smoking crack.

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Crack Cocaine Withdrawal Symptoms

While there aren’t really any dangerous physical withdrawal symptoms associated with crack cocaine use, there are many symptoms of crack cocaine addiction that are both psychological and physiological.

Psychologically, crack addiction symptoms include:

  • Euphoria
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Paranoia
  • Increased alertness
  • Increased energy
  • Cravings for more cocaine
  • Delusions

Physiologically, crack addiction symptoms include:

  • Dilated pupils
  • Increased temperature, heart rate and or blood pressure
  • Violent or erratic behavior
  • Tremors
  • Vertigo
  • Sudden death (this can happen with the very first use of cocaine but is not a common reaction to the drug)

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Treatment for Crack Addiction

Many different types of treatment exist for crack cocaine addiction. The most common type of treatment for crack addiction is outpatient treatment whereby the patient will undergo counseling and therapy on an as needed basis and return to their home during afterhours. This type of crack addiction treatment is most suited to those who have a strong support system at home and who do not suffer from any delusional or co-occurring psychological disorders.

If you believe that you or someone you know is addicted to crack cocaine, it’s important to seek immediate help. Crack addiction can ruin your life very quickly but treatment centers can help you learn how to cope with potential triggers that may cause you to abuse crack, they can help you overcome the psychological dependence on crack and they will lead you in the direction to lasting sobriety.

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