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Mental recovery from cocaine addiction

Posted by amd on July 19, 2020, at 10:12:56

I recently quit a twice-weekly habit of (powered) cocaine insufflation. My question is simple: will my cognitive function improve over time, and will my mood eventually lft? Right now I feel numb and "not all there," so to speak. As if I'm half focused, half not. It's hard to explain. But I would like to have some hope things might eventually get better, because at the moment very little seems to bring me pleasure, and my thoughts and motivations continue to somewhat driven by the notion of use around the corner. Instead of feeling that a reward can be a movie, or a book, or even a good meal, I instead feel the only thing that motivates me is the idea that if I work hard during the day, for example, I might be able to party in the evening.

A lost soul.




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