Cocaine Eyes Signs & Symptoms
The use of cocaine in the U.S. is unfortunately relatively common, and especially so among young adults aged 18 to 25.
Cocaine is a stimulant drug, and it can be used in several ways. It’s often snorted by nose, but it can also be smoked, or dissolved and injected. The effects of being high on cocaine are relatively short-lived, so this drug lends itself to binging. This means that someone might use cocaine several times within a short time frame to keep their high going.
Many risks come with the use of cocaine. These risks include addiction, as well as erratic or violent behavior, changes in the brain, and health risks such as sudden cardiac events.
The following provides an overview of some of the ways cocaine affects the brain and also signs someone is using cocaine, such as what the eyes on cocaine look like, and symptoms of cocaine use in adults.
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