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Cocaine abuse statistics are continually rising in the United States right now. Many addicts are also using alcohol or other substances. The most common mixture is cocaine, alcohol and marijuana. Many people believe it is safe. This is not true. Cocaine has several psychologically addictive properties. The most common way of using is snorting or sniffing, but it can also be swallowed, injected, mixed in with liquor and even applied to the body’s mucus membranes. Abuse is not something to take lightly, because it can very easily lead to addiction. This a very serious and deadly addiction, which is also very difficult addiction to overcome.Cocaine Abuse

Effects Of Abuse

The effects, if snorted, reaches its peak in around thirty minutes and the effect lasts anywhere from one to three hours. Some explain the feeling they get is a “rush” or as if they are “driving fast”.  For one who does not abuse regularly the drug can be detected in the urine for anywhere between one and three days after use. It is suspected that individuals who come from a background of drug or alcohol addicts are much more likely to abuse drugs. Although these individuals are more likely to be susceptible to abusing drugs, just because there is an addict in the individual’s family does not mean they will abuse drugs.

Addiction Destroys Lives

Cocaine abuse is becoming more prevalent than ever and the need for better awareness, education and professional rehabilitation treatment facilities is a priority in most cities across the country. You can get more information regarding addiction and abuse by calling Best Drug Rehabilitation and letting us help you overcome this powerful substance.

At Best Drug Rehabilitation, we have sought to bring together many different trained, licensed professionals or certified recovering members of many different modalities that have a background in the addictions field.

Feel free to call 1 (877) 535-4635 and speak with a certified counselor if you have any questions on our unique approach to recovery through our program. We don't save lives...we teach you how to save yours.