The onset of cocaine effects can be felt within 5 to 10 minutes after you take the drug. But have you ever wondered which factors can influence cocaine onset time? We explain, here.
It’s hard to say what are the exact doses that cause cocaine fatalities. Read more about the effects of too much cocaine and how to avoid a cocaine overdose.
Anxiety, confusion and depression are only few cocaine withdrawal symptoms. What are the others and how long do they last? Explore our infographic to find out!
Cocaine hotlines help people find the treatment options they need to start a drug-free life. More about cocaine hotlines and what you can expect when you call them here.
How is cocaine smoked? What are the effects? Smoking cocaine causes an intense high that lasts shortly and makes users constantly crave for more. Read here to learn more.
Snorting cocaine causes a euphoric rush to the head and can lead to addiction. But what are the exact dangers of abusing cocaine by insufflating it? Read more about the effects of snorted cocaine here.
People levels of cocaine in the blood depend on mode of adminsitration, drug concentration, and amount. More here on peak levels of cocaine in the blood and its effects.
Potentially dangerous physical effects of cocaine include raising heart rate and blood pressure. But can cocaine actually kill you? Learn more here.
Cocaine interferes with the activity of the neurotransmitter, dopamine. It acts upon a part of the brain called the ventral tegmental area (VTA). More here on the chemistry behind the cocaine high.
Cocaine and its derivatives can be used as local anesthetics, but cocaine is scheduled as a Class II narcotic under the Controlled Substances Act. More on past and present cocaine uses, as well as its effects here.