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Why is cocaine so addictive?
Asked: 2018-03-30 22:58:11
My sister is addicted to Cocaine. Why is it addictive? It’s running her life and I want her to see that.
Answered: 2018-04-04 11:52:03
At this find rehab centers site> it says that cocaine is a cruel disease that affects both the hu-man behavior and the brain. Its chronic, and the symptoms can be very frustrat-ing. This addiction can cause an uncon-trollable desire of seeking for more co-caine despite being aware of the conse-quences of taking it long term. This site goes on to explain how it can be treated, although coming clean from illegal drugs can be difficult. This site, will give you much information as well as in insiders point of view. I love that it will also help you find the right rehab center that will work specific to your needs.
Answered: 2018-04-26 04:19:25
As if cocaine wasnt addictive enough on its own, my Dad would combine it with alcohol, which when in coexists in the blood the liver forms cocaethylene.wikipedia>
Answered: 2018-03-31 19:13:59
I’m so sorry to hear about her sister. I am sending your family the best wishes and hope she can see she has a problem soon. Cocaine releases something called dopamine into the brain which makes you feel good. Your sister could have become addicted because of that. She now may just be using it to cope. Good luck to her.
Answered: 2018-04-27 03:43:43
Cocaine come from the coca plant. It is known throughout the world for its psy-choactive alkaloid cocaine. People use it for a stimulant like coffee. Which makes it addictive. Once processed into cocaine, it is even more addictive.
Answered: 2018-04-01 19:13:08
She is probably using it to cope with her emotions and escape reality. Something people can’t handle the stress of life and need something to make them feel better and sadly, in her case, it was Cocaine. I would try planning an intervention. Good luck to your family.
Answered: 2018-04-18 06:32:55