Cocaine reaches the brain almost immediately after you take it. But how does it move through the body? How is cocaine metabolized? Discover the exact effects cocaine has on each organ of the body in this infographic.
How long does crack withdrawal last? What are the symptoms of crack withdrawal? Find all-you-need-to-know about the duration of withdrawal from crack in our infographic here.
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health reports that about 584.000 people have sought treatment for a cocaine problem within the past year. Check out this infographic to learn who needs and seeks cocaine addiction treatment help in the U.S.
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!
Treatment for crack addiction is necessary to prevent future health problems, additional costs to the family economic and to society, broken relationships with friends and family, job loss, and other life complications. Who seeks and needs addiction treatment help for crack addiction problem? Learn more in this infographic.
An infographic comparing the personal and societal costs of cocaine use vs. treatment for addiction. Is treatment cost effective? We show you here.
The U.S. National Survey on Drug Use and Health has found that about 8.6 million citizens aged 12+ have admitted to using crack. But, what does the typical person using crack cocaine look like? This infographic is based on trusted governmental statistics and can answer your questions. Check it out!
What is the face of cocaine users in the U.S.? Discover the number of male and female cocaine abusers, their average age at first use, how many snort or inject the drug, and many more cocaine use statistics. Check out this infographic to learn more.
A $100 daily cocaine habit can end up costing you 36.5K in a year. Wondering about the real costs to your wallet and our society? Explore this infographic and learn more.
A GRAPHIC on the dangers of cocaine addiction and how it begins in the first place. Feel free to LIKE > SHARE > PRINT our work!