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Cocaine Addiction Help Starts Here
If you or a loved one are living with a cocaine addiction, help is available. You don't need to deal with it alone. The cocaine rehab clinics in our directory are ready to provide the addiction treatment you need to put an end to being addicted to coke.
What is Cocaine?
Cocaine is derived from the leaves of the coca plant. It is an "upper", or stimulant, that works on the body's central nervous system. Cocaine is also an appetite suppressant. The effects of coke include increased energy and alertness. Users become more talkative and experience a sense of euphoria.
- Cocaine is a Schedule II drug in the United States, which means there is a high potential for someone to become addicted to it. It is sometimes used by doctors as a local anesthetic for surgery involving the eyes, ears, or throat.
- Cocaine is known by several names on the street, including "blow," "coke," "snow," "nose candy," "snowball," and "tornado." It comes in various grades and can vary in appearance. View photos here for identification purposes.
- The "high" that a user will experience when using cocaine depends on the method used to ingest the drug. Snorting "coke" lines may give up to a half hour of good feelings, while smoking the drug may only give a high that lasts for up to 10 minutes.
Causes of Cocaine Addiction
When someone uses "snow," the drug affects the pleasure center in the individual's brain. The person enjoys the rush of euphoria they experience when they use it, and they continue to use it because they want to feel that way again. The addict may continue using cocaine because they want to stay awake for long periods of time or as a way to avoid gaining weight, and often because of social pressures.
Cocaine Abuse Recovery Overview
The first step in dealing with a cocaine addiction is to go through detox to free your body from the effects of the drug. Then the treatment process can begin.
Why Stop Using Cocaine?
- Cocaine causes a rapid increase in the user's blood pressure, which can lead to a heart attack or a stroke.
- Over time, a "tornado" user may experience hallucinations, paranoia, or delusions.
- Using "blow" can lead to impotence.
- As one of the most expensive drugs, especially when the quality or purity is high, excessive ongoing use can cause serious financial consequences that can take years to recover from.