Author: Chris Cordell
The short and long term negative effects of cocaine use are often overlooked and underplayed by individuals that use the drug.One of the first solutions in stopping cocaine use and staying stopped is to understand why you want to do it? What’s your motivation to stop?
According to the Royal Society of Psychiatrists 8.4 million people in the UK are now drinking alcohol at hazardous and harmful levels. Why should you cut down or stop?
Even though nearly 50 % of people say they want to improve their health and wellbeing and save money, only 16% say they want to do something about their drinking and there are never any published data around drug use and New Years resolutions. The fact that alcohol use can contribute to over 60 negative physical and mental health conditions and is full of sugar it should be much higher on the list of things to address to improve your health. And with cocaine related hospital admissions at a 10 year high and over 350,000 alcohol related hospital admissions in 2019 stopping your use will also help our overstretched NHS who are busting at the seams with COVID-19 patients at the moment.
are getting to much and you are hitting the bottle or taking drugs to cope and you want to know how get your life back on track; or you are concerned about someone you know then call us now
Dealing with stress, anxiety and depression is never easy at any time of the year but 2020 has bought in additional challenges with COVID-19. And with the latest announcement with many areas of the UK going into Tier 4 lockdown has been just one step too far for many people. Turning to drugs and alcohol is not the answer
The reality is that cutting down or stopping drug or alcohol use isn’t as easy as saying the statement above. It takes time. It takes perseverance. It takes determination. It takes professional help. And it certainly doesn’t take a simple New Year’s Resolution and just will power.
According to a recent Bupa Global survey almost 40% of business leaders in the UK have turned to alcohol or drugs to cope with mental ill health during the pandemic, with 36% admitting they self-medicate because they feel they cannot talk to anybody about their wellbeing concerns.
Calvin Klein, CK1 or CK Blend is a deadly combination of cocaine and ketamine. London is the cocaine capital of Europe and ketamine use has sky-rocketed in popularity in the UK. Taking the two drugs together is a huge concern.