How Do I Know if a Friend or Loved One is Addicted to Cocaine? Learn the Warning Signs. Is my friend or loved one addicted to cocaine? How can I tell, and what are the warning signs? What does cocaine do to somebody long-term? We get lots of questions about cocaine at Archstone Recovery Center. Thankfully, we’re here to help with some answers. First of all, your friend or loved one should count themselves lucky that they have someone who cares enough to learn the warning signs: • Changes in eating or sleeping habits • Runny nose or bloodshot eyes • Poor hygiene. • Boredom for favorite activities • Depression • Isolation Any of these might be signs that someone has an addiction to cocaine. Cocaine dependence is linked with all sorts of health problems, from mood swings, paranoia, psychosis, insomnia, heart trouble, aggression, or panic. Now is the best time to break an addiction to cocaine, before irreversible damage is caused. The withdrawal symptoms for cocaine can include depression or indifference, anxiety, weakness, cocaine craving, and even actual physical pain. If you think a friend or a loved one might have a problem with cocaine addiction or dependence, it’s time to get help. Archstone Recovery Center of the Palm Beaches can your friend into treatment, detoxification, and recovery. Call now before permanent damage is done, or worse. Archstone can help you understand cocaine addiction, effects, withdrawal, and help you begin your detox. People have been coming from Florida (FL), New York (NY), New Jersey (NJ), Washington, DC, Philadelphia (PA), Baltimore (MD), New England, and all the rest of the country to experience Archstone’s beautiful facility in sunny Lantana, Florida. Archstone Recovery Center offers a variety of state-of-the-art inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation programs to meet your needs. Call now to begin your new life without cocaine.