Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine Addiction Information

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Cocaine use has long been prevalent in our society. Known mainly as a party drug, cocaine is a white powder that is usually snorted or injected. It can also be inhaled through smoke or vapor or ingested orally. Cocaine produces a feeling of euphoria in the user, but the body quickly builds up an immunity to it, meaning that it takes more and more cocaine to produce a similar high  [ Read More ]

When one hears the words “Wall Street” they are most likely to think of money. A lot of money. It’s true, Wall Street is closely associated with large sums of money, and it is also associated with long, stressful hours and drug use. But are Wall Street executives actually using drug stimulants regularly, or is that just a fictitious idea fed to us through movies?

There is no doubt that cocaine is a very potent and addictive stimulant drug substance that has effectively destroyed the health and lives of many individuals. A recent publication by addictionblog.org outlined the many adverse effects cocaine, including:

Cocaine is a stimulant drug substance that affects the central nervous system and produces a euphoric rush, elevated heart rate and increased respiration, among other things. It is extracted from the leaves of the South American coca plant, which has been used as a stimulating drug substance in some form or another for thousands of years. When first extracted, cocaine was intended for use as a painkiller, and it is  [ Read More ]