A Reminder of what Cocaine Does to the Human Body

An In-Your-Face Look at the Consequences of Cocaine Abuse

Despite its demonstrably destructive and fatal consequences, cocaine use continues to flourish in the United States. A recently published item clearly and concisely explains the physical and emotional impact of this drug and reminds us all why it is a substance to be avoided. The laundry-list of effects outlines the long and short-term dangers of cocaine abuse and the behavioral elements of addiction. Over 5 million Americans use cocaine every year. Most experience some level of these symptoms whether or not they choose to seek treatment and enter recovery. Cocaine users are 14.3% more likely to die than the general population. 

Finding cocaine treatment centers, cocaine detox programs, cocaine drug rehabs can be a difficult and frustrating process. Contact the National Referral Center for Cocaine Addiction anytime toll-free at (888) 515-7707 or through our online form, for our recommendations of the best medically licensed detox centers for you or your loved one!

Detox should never be attempted in your home or without medical supervision at a licensed cocaine detox facility.