Talking about cocaine

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Cocaine is a stimulant drug. They speed up messages travelling between the brain and body. Cocaine comes from the leaves of the coca bush Erythroxylum cocanative to South America. Cocaine hydrochloride is most commonly snorted.

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Indigenous people of South America have traditionally chewed the leaves of the coca bush for their stimulant and appetite suppressant effects. There is no safe level of drug use. Use of any drug always carries some risk.

If you take a large amount or have a strong batch, you could overdose.

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Giving up cocaine after a long time is challenging because the body has to get used to functioning without it. Please seek advice from a health professional. If your use of cocaine is affecting your health, family, relationships, work, school, financial or other life situations, you can find help and support. Not sure what you are looking for?

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Try our intuitive Path2Help tool and be matched with support information and services tailored to you. Federal and state laws provide penalties for possessing, using, making or selling cocaine, or driving under their influence. Last published: October 06, What is cocaine? It may contain impurities. Cocaine affects everyone differently, based on: size, weight and health whether the person is used to taking it whether other drugs are taken around the same time the amount taken the strength of the drug varies from batch to batch.

You may experience: happiness and confidence talking more feeling energetic and alert anxiety paranoia irritability and agitation headaches dizziness feeling physically strong and mentally sharp reduced appetite dry mouth enlarged dilated pupils higher blood pressure and faster heartbeat and breathing higher body temperature increased sex drive insomnia unpredictable, violent or aggressive behaviour indifference to pain.

Cocaine Fact sheet about overdose. Coming down In the days after cocaine use, you may feel: irritability and paranoia mood swings feeling uncomfortable exhaustion. Phases of withdrawal Withdrawal symptoms usually start around hours after the last use.

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Path2Help Not sure what you are looking for? about withdrawal. See also, drugs and the law. National What do we know about the extent of cocaine use and dependence? of a global systematic review.

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Akwe J. Pulmonary effects of cocaine use. J Lung Pulm Respir Res. Ontario: Addiction Research Foundation; Black E. Cocaine: What you need to know.

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National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre; Recent cocaine use is a ificant risk factor for sudden cardiovascular death in 15—year-old subjects: a forensic case—control study. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. National Drug Strategy Household Survey Canberra: AIHW; Second Edition. View the Drug Wheel.

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Talking about cocaine

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