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Cocaine, alcohol mix in body to form even longer lasting, more lethal drug.

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Cocaine is a natural product extracted from the leaves of Erythroxylon coca Lam (coca leaves)
An overdose of cocaine can be lethal. Death may occur as a result of an abnormal heart beat (arrhythmia), stroke, seizures or respiratory arrest (breathing stops). There is no specific antidote that can reverse the effects of the drug. If you think that a person has overdosed, contact emergency services immediately.

amphetamines; cannabis; cocaine

Cocaine Facts Cocaine is a highly addictive drug, popularly known as coke, candy, crack, snow or flake
The major ways of taking cocaine are sniffing or snorting, injecting, and smoking (including free-base and crack cocaine). Health risks exist regardless of whether cocaine is inhaled (snorted), injected, or smoked. However, it appears that compulsive cocaine use may develop even more rapidly if the substance is smoked rather than snorted. Smoking allows extremely high doses of cocaine to reach the brain very quickly and results in an intense and immediate high. The injecting drug user is also at risk for acquiring or transmitting HIV infection/AIDS if needles or other injection equipment are shared.

 

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Routine data on crack use in the general population is not available. A broad distinction can be made between socially integrated consumers of powder cocaine who may be using the drug in a recreational context, and more marginalised drug users, who use cocaine or crack as part of a chronic drug problem.

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Paranoia and aggression. High doses of cocaine and/or prolonged use can trigger paranoia. Smoking crack cocaine can produce particularly aggressive paranoid behaviour in users. When addicted individuals stop using cocaine, they may become depressed. This depression causes users to continue to use the drug to alleviate their depression.