Ibogaine treatments are the only known substance to eliminate the obsession, withdrawals, and cravings underlying a Cocaine addiction. There are currently no specific medications to treat or cure a Cocaine addiction other than Ibogaine. At Crossroads Ibogaine Treatment Center, we understand that treatment can be scarier than the addiction in the mind of the addicted.
Through our revolutionary Ibogaine treatment, combined with our highly qualified staff, there is no longer a reason to put off Cocaine treatment. Crossroads Ibogaine treatment provides a quick, easy, and painless way out and away from your addiction, so you are free to move forward. We can help, but unless you request our help, we are unable to assist you. You must take control of your future by calling Crossroads Ibogaine Treatment Center.
The Addiction before Cocaine Treatment
Cocaine is a crystalline tropane alkaloid from the coca plant. It is a stimulant that flows through the central nervous system affecting every part of your brain and life. The substance metabolizes in the liver and changes the functionality of your physiological system. Substances like Cocaine are dominant by nature, so naturally, your brain and body become dependent on the substance to function. Cocaine becomes the main operator in your brain, and thus addiction is formed. As tolerance forms within the body, more and more Cocaine is needed to function, which is the nature of addiction.
Cocaine regulates the neurotransmitters in your brain that would normally regulate the feeling and function of your body. Cocaine controls the amount of serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine that is released in your body to the point that these neurotransmitters will stop working on their own without instruction from Cocaine. This means that users lose control, or free will, to make decisions in their own best interest.
It becomes harder to stop using because Cocaine has taken control. Even if you want to quit, your brain will continue to direct you otherwise until you get proper treatment. The sooner you act on a Cocaine addiction, the better; the more time that passes, the more the drug takes over, making it harder to bounce back.