Cocaine addiction treatment

Cocaine is a white powder which contains sugar powder or Procaine which is a substance used in local anesthesia and is mixed with cocaine to watered down specifics.

Cocaine and crack addiction

Cocaine is a powerful and banned steroids and is among the most dangerous kinds of addictive drugs.
Cocaine has a high effect on the brain and increase the performance and effectiveness of the body’s senses but the effect of cocaine on the body is too short causing the addict’s intense desire to have it again.
Cocaine is extracted from Coca Plants that grow in South America, Cocaine was isolated from the pant in 1808 and was used as a local anesthetic in eye, no se and throat surgery because of its analgesic effect in addition to its ability to prevent bleeding because it causes constriction of the blood vessels.

It’s one of the cocaine’s derivatives which is fracking distilled cocaine.
The purpose of manufacturing it is to increase the concentration and efficiency of cocaine and its effect is more than the effect of cocaine.
Abusers may reach addiction stage after two times of abusing.
And that’s why it is called (Crack) because it has a very strong and fast influence so addiction occurs rapidly and it’s one of the semi-manufactured stimulants which is fracking distilled cocaine.

Symptoms of cocaine abusers or addicts can vary between:
-    Excessive motion.
-    Breadth of the eye.
-    Too much talk and laughing even when is so sad.
-     Appetite loss (Anorexia).
-    Fast heart beats and high blood pressure.
-    Insomnia.

Symptoms of cocaine addiction:
-    Compulsive desire in cocaine.
-    Anorexia.
-    Anxiety.
-    Impulsivity.
-    Runny nose.

Disadvantage of cocaine:
-    Anorexia.
-    Veins damage.
-    High blood pressure.
-    Gangrene.
-    Depression.
-    Hallucination.
-    Kidney and liver disease.
-    Mental illness.
-    Symptoms of cocaine withdrawal.

Cocaine addiction disadvantages:
-    Widening in heart beat rates.
-    Destruction of blood vessels in the brain.
-    Destruction of lungs.
-    Widening IRIS.
-    Too much talk, trembling hands and legs.
-    Insomnia and change of skin color into blue.