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In the United States Cocaine is the second most commonly used drugs and the average of users is constantly on the rise. As a powerful addictive stimulant, this drug directly affects the users brain functions. When snorted, cocaine reaches the brain instantaneously, giving the user an instant gratification of a high within seconds.

From a quick high to a quick exit, the drug leaves the user craving more, wanting to gain the high again and again. The user may even increase the dose in hopes to maintain a longer high and keep their high going.

When taken in smaller amounts Cocaine can result in a euphoric, talkative, energetic and increased mental alertness. Often users complain of feeling anxiousness, anxiety, irritability, shaking and increased heartbeat.

Signs of Cocaine Use:

bulletChange in groups of friends
bulletChange in school grades or work behavior
bulletWithdrawn, depressed, tired or careless about personal appearance
bulletLoss of interest in school, family or activities
bulletBloodshot eyes
bulletRunny nose or frequent sniffing
bulletChange in sleeping patterns
bulletFrequently in need of money
bulletWeight loss
bulletHealth problems





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