Cocaine Addiction and Rehabilitation

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"One of the most commonly used drugs in the world, cocaine (also known as crack or blow) effects the central nervous system and causes hyperactivity, confusion, restlessness, increased heart rate, and paranoia. Cocaine is extremely addictive and addicts often find themselves unable to stop taking it. Long term abuse of cocaine can lead to anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, psychosis, and sleep disorders.

Cocaine Addiction and Rehabilitation:

Detox to Rehab:"


"Morbid, depressed – deep down ashamed – so I became addicted to cocaine."


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