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how does a person on cocaine act? withdrawl symptoms?

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Cocaine withdrawal symptoms include but are not limited to: agitation depression intense craving for the drug extreme fatigue anxiety angry outbursts lack of motivation nausea/vomiting shaking irritability muscle pain disturbed sleep Of all drugs, cocaine creates the greatest psychological addiction. It stimulates key pleasure centers within the users brain and causes extremely heightened euphoria. The effects of cocaine are immediate, extremely pleasurable, and brief. In addition to other gratifying effects, such as wakefulness, reduced hunger and feelings of well-being and power, cocaine addiction can also cause negative effects, such as anxiety and restlessness. There are enormous medical complications associated with cocaine addiction. Some of the most frequent complications are cardiovascular effects, including disturbances in heart rhythm and heart attacks; such respiratory effects as chest pain and respiratory failure; neurological effects, including strokes, seizure, and headaches; and gastrointestinal complications, including abdominal pain and nausea. Cocaine is one of the oldest and most dangerous drugs known to man. It is highly addictive and once a person begins taking it, it is almost impossible to free oneself from its grip. Those who use cocaine quickly develop a tolerance to the drug, requiring higher dosages and more frequent use in order to get the same effect. Cocaine cravings can be so strong that just the memory of the euphoria associated with use of the drug can trigger the desire to use it again, even after long periods of abstinence. Cocaine addiction can occur very quickly and be very difficult to break. Attempts to stop using cocaine can fail simply because the resulting depression can be overwhelming, causing the addict to use more cocaine in an attempt to overcome his depression

Cocaine effects are extremely detrimental on the body and the consequences related to cocaine effects can eventually lead to permanent damage, addiction and death. While each person who uses this drug reacts to it differently, there are two distinct categories of cocaine effects: short-term effects and long-term effects. Even if a person has only used cocaine once, he/she can experience short-term cocaine effects. Long-term cocaine effects appear after increased periods of use and are dependent upon the duration of time and amount of cocaine that has been consumed. Short-term cocaine effects are noticeable immediately and although they are not always damaging, in some cases they have caused serious bodily damage and death. Deaths related to cocaine effects are often a result of cardiac arrest or seizures and respiratory failure. * Some of the short-term cocaine effects first time users experience includes increased energy, decreased appetite, and increased heart rate and blood pressure. Short-term cocaine effects include: Increased blood pressure Constricted blood vessels Dilated pupils Mental alertness Increased energy Increased heart rate Decreased appetite Increased temperature People who try cocaine often get hooked to the short-term cocaine effects, namely feeling as though they have increased energy. The quick high keeps users feeling energetic and able to endure longer in physical activities. New cocaine users often try cocaine to increase productivity at work and in other areas of their lives so that they can work longer and harder. While these results may seem promising in the beginning, increased tolerance and dangerous life choices often follow repeated cocaine use. One cocaine effect, appetite suppression, is very popular for people looking to lose weight or maintain a low weight. Fashion models have been known to use cocaine in order to stay thin. Cocaine users often go days without eating and if this behavior is continued it can lead to addiction. Increased heart rate, blood pressure, constricted blood vessels, dilated pupils, and increased temperature are all short-term physiological cocaine effects. When taken in large quantities, cocaine will intensify the user's high and may cause violent and erratic behavior on the part of the user. Long-tem cocaine effects are noticeable as cocaine abuse continues and tolerance builds. Since cocaine is a highly addictive drug, it can lead to major medical complications and health problems. Some of the these complications include heart disease, heart attacks, respiratory failure, strokes, seizures, and gastrointestinal problems. Other physical symptoms include convulsions, nausea, blurred vision, chest pain, fever, muscle spasms, and coma. As the habit of using cocaine becomes increasingly important, behavior such as lying, heating, stealing, absenteeism at work and denying the use of cocaine, is an evident side effect. While these behaviors are not directly related to the use of cocaine, these cocaine effects are often present due to the lifestyle of the addict. Other long-term cocaine effects include: Addiction Paranoia Irritability Restlessness Auditory hallucinations Mood disturbances With continued use, many cocaine addicts develop a higher tolerance for the drug over time. Addicts are also said to "chase the high"; meaning they continue to use cocaine seeking the feeling they felt the first time they used it. For people addicted to cocaine and cocaine effects, this high will never again be felt in the same way, and this addiction can lead to insanity and death. Spencer Recovery Centers specializes in the treatment of cocaine effects and cocaine addiction. We understand the pain of addiction and provide drug treatment and recovery options that are customized for each individual. If you or someone you love has a substance abuse problem and needs help, contact us today. For more information and consultation call Spencer Recovery Centers at 800.281.4166.

I've noticed it's different for everyone. Some who have just used cocaine, will suddenly busy themselves. All of a sudden the floor needs to be washed, the laundry done, I even seen someone start to paint their walls or some will be "very" talkative, others quiet or they become very paranoid, you know thinking the cops are outside or something like that. People react differently. As for with-drawl symptoms, they can be anywhere from moody, upset, very depressed, very angry. They will lash out at anybody or every little thing. Hope this helps.

They are paranoid, may have trouble breathing or speaking. They are very nervous, anxious, jittery, and probably have to keep moving while they are high. By the way, once you use it, you are only high for about an hour, then it wears off and you feel like crap. Withdrawel symptoms are irritability, stomach upset and depression as far as I know.

When I was doing it I was all amped up and I felt indestructible. It was a great rush. When I quit I was sick with chills and I had an overwhelming sense of paranoia.

jittery and all around nervous

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