It can be very difficult to quit cocaine, especially when you are face-to-face with cravings. But if you’re dealing with cocaine abuse issues and thinking about quitting…there is no better time than NOW! We’ll help guide you on what you can expect. More in this article on HOW TO and HOW NOT TO quit cocaine … with a section at the end for your questions.
cocaine side effects
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.
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.
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.
A review of cocaine’s long term effects to the body, brain, and behavior.
Potentially dangerous physical effects of cocaine include raising heart rate and blood pressure. But can cocaine actually kill you? Learn more here.
A GRAPHIC on the dangers of cocaine addiction and how it begins in the first place. Feel free to LIKE > SHARE > PRINT our work!
What are the adverse effects of cocaine? Check out this infographic for a visual story. If you like it, we invite you to print it out as a poster or share it with your friends!
Are you interested in the effects of cocaine on the brain? Check out this infographic! Then, LIKE > SHARE > PRINT it out. We invite you to use the graphic in your school or medical practice!