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Cocaine makes people angry
Cocain cause intermittent strong buzz, followed immediately by the opposite occurs - deep depression, irritability and thirst for the new dose of the drug. People who use it are often unable to eat normally and go to sleep. They exhibit an increased heart rate, muscle spasms and convulsions. The drug can cause paranoidalnoe1 behavior, anger, hostility and anxiety, even when people are not stoned.

Regardless of the magnitude of the dose or frequency of reception, cocaine increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, seizure or respiratory failure: all this can cause sudden death.

What are the effects of prolonged use of cocaine?

The term "junkie" was originally coined many years ago to describe the negative effects of continuous use of cocaine. As tolerance to the drug increases, it becomes necessary to constantly increase the dose to get the old buzz. Long-term daily use of the drug causes loss of sleep and appetite. A person can become psychotic, and it may appear hallucinations.

As cocaine involved in the processing of the brain chemicals, one needs more and more of the drug to feel "normal." People who have become dependent on cocaine (as with most other drugs) lose interest in other areas of life.

Trying to stop taking the drug causes such severe depression that people will go to just about anything to get the drug - even murder.

And if he can not get a dose of cocaine, the depression can become so severe that the addict will go and commit suicide.


Short-term consequences of the use:

loss of appetite;
palpitations, increased blood pressure, increased body temperature;
vasoconstriction;
rapid breathing;
dilated pupils;
restless sleep;
nausea;
excitement;
strange, bizarre behavior, tendency to violence;
hallucinations, anxiety, irritability;
tactile hallucinations, creating the illusion of bugs burrowing under the skin;
Strong euphoria;
anxiety and paranoia;
depression;
irresistible craving;
Panic and psychosis;
convulsions, seizures and sudden death from an overdose (even after one reception).

Cocaine affects the heart, kidneys, brain and lungs.
Cocaine affects the heart, kidneys, brain and lungs.
Effects of long-term use

Irreversible damage to blood vessels of the heart and brain;
high blood pressure and as a result, heart attacks, strokes and death;
the destruction of the liver, kidneys and lungs;
the destruction of the nasal tissue (by inhalation of the drug);
respiratory failure (by smoking);
infectious disease and infection when administered intravenously;
exhaustion, weight loss;
severe tooth decay;
auditory and tactile hallucinations;
sexual dysfunction, disorders of the reproductive function and fertility (both male and female);
disorientation, lethargy, confusion, exhaustion;
irritability and mood swings;
imprudent behavior;
delirium or psychosis;
severe depression;
addiction and dependency (even after one reception).

"Stay away from cocaine. Because of this drug, I spent two years in prison. When freed, my life was so heavy that I was again hooked on cocaine. I know 10 girls who became prostitutes because of the coca. It acts much stronger and leads to greater degradation than we thought. We did not realize how much it destroys us. "

You often hear something like: "Yes, I take drugs, but it's my business!" However, drug addiction there is always the innocent victims, from those who got in the way of addicts desperately trying to find the means to satisfy their need for drugs, and ending with those who are killed in accidents caused by being under the influence of drugs by drivers.

It is regrettable that the victims of cocaine are babies born to mothers who took cocaine during pregnancy. Only in the United States are born annually tens of thousands of children who have experienced the influence of cocaine. Even those who have no dependence, often suffer other physical disorders, including premature birth, low birth weight, stunted growth, birth defects and brain damage of the nervous system.

Children born with low birth weight, twenty times more likely to die in the first month of life than those born with normal weight. They are also more likely to suffer from mental retardation and brain damage.

The impact of this human tragedy on society is not yet fully realized.



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