Cocaine Addiction & Detox
Benzolmethylecgonine, also known as cocaine or coke, is a strong stimulating, addictive drug mostly used recreationally by snorting, inhaling or injecting into the veins. The fine powder may be derived from Erythroxylon coca or synthetically prepared. It can also be used medicinally and as a local anesthetic.
Cocain addiction is a strong psychological desire for regular use of cocaine.
Cocaine use will cause you to experience feelings of high energy and even euphoria, much like large doses of caffeine. However, if you take it in large doses it becomes unsafe and pretty soon you may become addicted.
Addiction to cocaine occurs when progressively larger doses are taken which becomes extremely unsafe. If you take large, unsafe doses of cocaine it could cause insomnia, mood swings, panic attacks, paranoia, high blood pressure, tachycardia, cognitive impairment and drastic personality changes.
An overdose of cocaine may result in brain and cardiovascular damage such as constriction of arteries which can cause heart attacks or constricted blood vessels in the brain which could cause a stroke.
If you have used cocaine you may have the following symptoms: depression, anxiety, unexplained pain in the body, physical weakness and compulsive cravings. You may also experience irregular heartbeat and increased body temperature.
Abuse of cocaine is dangerous and could lead to permanent damage or even death. Seek help as soon as possible if you feel that you may be in danger of becoming addicted to cocaine.
Getting Help & Cocain Detox
Acknowledging a drug addiction takes tremendous strength from the individual deciding to change their life and take control again. A person who has the problem who seeks help should be very proud of themselves.
Drug abuse affects millions of people and their families worldwide. It is nothing to be ashamed of because you are not alone. Every race, social class and culture deals with this issue.
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