October 2013

symptoms of cocaineAddiction to cocaine does not happen overnight. It is a gradual buildup, even those little trials or small doses that you think don’t contribute anything in the long term can actually instigate and showcase in you the symptoms of cocaine addiction.

The problem starts when you become “hooked” enough—you think that it’s still easy to turn back, but you trudge on, thinking that quitting is still in sight. If you feel that you are already in that stage, it may be time to ask yourself some of these important questions to see if you are already displaying symptoms of cocaine use that has led to full-fledged addiction.

1.  Do you often use cocaine?

An easy way to gauge if you are already addicted to cocaine is to see how often you actually ingest the drug. As cocaine is highly addictive, sampling it once or twice is still a bad idea, but if your cocaine use has become more ongoing to the point of being chronic, it is a solid sign of true addiction for which skilled help can be sought.

2.  Has your habit interfered with your professional or social life?

One of the symptoms of serious and habitual cocaine use is that it serves as a hindrance to your everyday functioning. There are those who may be using the weekend to indulge in cocaine and read more…

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