Cocaine

by: Luis Chica, Austin Kolakowski, and Bilgihan Elevli

Negative Effects of Cocaine

Short Term

Cocaine causes a short-lived, intense high that is immediately followed by the opposite—intense depression, and a craving for more of the drug.

People who use it often don’t eat or sleep properly. They can experience greatly increased heart rate, muscle spasms and convulsions.

The drug can make people feel paranoid,1 angry, hostile and anxious—even when they aren’t high.

Long Term

A person can become psychotic and begin to experience hallucinations.

As cocaine interferes with the way the brain processes chemicals, one needs more and more of the drug just to feel “normal.”

People who become addicted to cocaine (as with most other drugs) lose interest in other areas of life.

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Cocaine Street Names

  1. C
  2. Mojo
  3. Snow
  4. Aunt Nora
  5. Charlie
  6. Nose Candy
  7. Toot Bernice
  8. Coke
  9. Dust
  10. Flake
  11. Paradise
  12. White
  13. Binge Sneeze
  14. Sniff
  15. Blow

How The Drug Is Used

Cocaine can be injected into your body using a syringe. These are typically dirty and can cause infections. It can also be sniffed in a powder form.
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Wallingford Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Selling Cocaine At Bars

April 25, 2014|BY HILDA MUÑOZ, hmunoz@courant.com, The Hartford Courant

WALLINGFORD — A 49-year-old man was arrested during an investigation into drug sales at local bars, police said.

Andrew Holuba is one of several people arrested as part of the investigation. He was taken into custody during a traffic stop Thursday on Ward Street. He was in possession of cocaine that was packaged for sale.


Famous Cocaine Users

  1. Whitney Houston
  2. Amy Winehouse
  3. Tim Allen
  4. Lamar Odom
  5. Kate Moss
  6. Sigmund Freud
  7. Drew Barrymore
  8. Stephen King
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