- Author:Cardwell C. Nuckols
- Publisher:Tab Books; 1 edition (March 1, 1992)
- Pages:154 pages
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Read by Cardwell C. Nuckols. Cardwell C. Nuckols, P.
Read by Cardwell C. See a Problem? We’d love your help. is a partner and board member of American Enterprises Solutions, Inc. An expert in behavioral medicine for over 20 years, he has authored more that 30 journal articles, 14 books and pamphlets, and the bestseller Cocaine: Dependency to Recovery and Roadblocks to Recovery.
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Ron abused alcohol and many other drugs, but cocaine was his main addiction. Cocaine: From Dependency to Recovery.
book by Cardwell C. Ron abused alcohol and many other drugs, but cocaine was his main addiction.
Find nearly any book by Cardwell C Nuckols. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Goodbye to the White Lady: Cocaine Addiction & Recovery : A Case of Hesitation, Heartache, and Renewal: ISBN 9780830633852 (978-0-8306-3385-2) Softcover, Human Services Inst, 1992.
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Assessment and intervention of cocaine addiction is still an evolving science. There do exist pioneering efforts that allow for the appropriate assessment of this disease.
Cardwell C. Nuckols & Assoc. Assessment and intervention of cocaine addiction is still an evolving science. As with other chemical addictions relapse remains a crucial treatment issue. The "Secad experience" be there.
Cocaine Addiction Recovery Rates
Cocaine Addiction Recovery Rates. According to one study, about 60% to 78% of those who attempted to quit using cocaine on their own experienced a setback. Treatment and therapy can improve the odds of maintaining abstinence by as much as 50%, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Cocaine is a central nervous system stimulant. Cocaine takes effect quickly and wears off quickly, giving people who use it a tendency to want to use more, often over a short period of time. Cocaine has a relatively short half-life, which means that the subjective effects (also known as the "high") occur quickly-instantly if smoked, within three to five minutes if snorted, and 15 to 30 minutes if injected.
by Cardwell C. ISBN 13: 9780830633852.