What is the most addictive substance?
Asked: 2018-02-03 11:16:03
Answered: 2018-02-12 03:19:24
Im not sure, are we considering sugar a drug? I think that all of the corn syrup and additives that the government puts in our food are really the most addictive things on the planet. When you think about it, there like 10 times as many people addicted to snack cakes as there are to crack cocaine.
Answered: 2018-02-08 23:48:39
Part of that depends on your addiction definition. Most reports point to cocaine as the most addictive drug in existence. As of 2014, there were over 1 million American adults addicted to cocaine, and thats saying something because its not widely available anymore. I think it has a lot to do with how quickly you can build up a tolerance to it, and how much you increase your use over time. I dont think that coke withdrawals are as bad as heroin, but the impact on your brain is more powerful.
Answered: 2018-03-01 19:36:31
Dude, Ive always thought it was heroin, but maybe thats just my preference. I searched the Internet a little bit, and it looks like everything still pointing to cocaine. I dont see a lot of cocaine around as much as I see things like meth and heroin, though. Maybe thats why the focus hasnt been on crack for a while.
Answered: 2018-02-15 16:18:30
This may sound crazy, but I think sugar is addictive enough to hold that title. I dont think theres really any way to measure it though. Opioids are kind of an acquired taste and its kind of hard to function on heroin, so I would have to second cocaine as the most addictive drug out there. Crack addicts turn into completely different people when they cant get a fix, and I saw a page that said that around 40 million people worldwide had tried cocaine during their lifetime. Thats a scary number when you really think about it. Like a whole country high on coke.
Answered: 2018-02-05 12:13:19
The number 1 most addictive substance is cocaine. No killing one another lol.
Answered: 2018-02-03 17:24:52