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How to spot a cocaine addict

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We live in a society where it is illegal to buy cocaine but still a huge amount of the population is suffering from cocaine addiction.

If you think you know someone who might be addicted to cocaine, this article is for you.

In this article, We’ll learn:

  • How to spot a cocaine addict.
  • How to help a cocaine addict,
  • Different steps you can take for the betterment of those who are suffering from cocaine addiction as well as yours.
  • How long coke stays in your blood

How To Spot A Cocaine Addict

COPYRIGHT_WI: Published on https://washingtonindependent.com/w/how-to-spot-a-cocaine-addict/ by Katharine Tate on 2021-12-27T11:10:21.568Z

If someone you know or love might be addicted to cocaine, it can be burdensome to figure out what to do for them to help them. Cocaine addiction causes serious problems both physical and psychological. Not only can cocaine addiction affect the person suffering from it, but also it can have a negative effect on those who are close to the addict.

With that being said, there are several psychological symptoms you can look for to spot a cocaine addict. These include:

  • They crave cocaine, they NEED to get high
  • They don’t show up to the social events they once couldn’t miss
  • The addict can’t cut his cocaine use even though he knows the addiction is messing up their life.
  • The addict often seems upset and irritated if they haven’t taken their cocaine dose for a specific time
  • They might even steal a gun and rob others to buy cocaine
  • They can’t get a job
  • They social circle consists of pot heads and drug dealers

If you know someone who comes in this category, you need to help them. You can take several steps to help them which brings us to the question

How To Help A Cocaine Addict

If you know someone who you might think is a cocaine addict, there are some steps you can take to help them for their betterment.

The steps you can take to help a cocaine addict are as follows:

  • ** Know how to spot a cocaine addict:** As we’ve discussed above, you can only help a cocaine addict if you know how to spot one. Once you know the symptoms of a cocaine addict and know how to spot them, only then can you help one.
  • Talk to them and tell them you care: You need to tell them about your concern. Talk to them in a manner that they understand your concern about their mental and physical health. What you can do is pick a suitable time and place where you are sure that you are safe and have a meaningful conversation with them about their addiction and how they can get rid of it.
  • Treat their addiction via a health professional: According to science, drug addiction is a proper illness and we need to treat it as one. You need to show that you care about them. So, be a sweetheart and book a doctor’s appointment on their behalf.

How Long Does Cocaine Stay In Your Body?

After taking cocaine, a person feels they are in the sky, or they might feel an immediate feeling of arousal (yes, sexually speaking). In some cases, people have reported that they feel invincible.

But How Long Cocaine Stays in Your System?

Well, Cocaine doesn't stay long in your body because it has a half-life of around 60 Minutes. So, in conclusion, half of the drug is removed from your system after an hour of taking it.

Since cocaine does not stay in your system, the drug test for cocaine can only detect the effects of cocaine that causes the enzymes to react differently. One of those is Benzoylecgonine, a metabolite that can be detected by a drug test to find the presence of cocaine.

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About The Authors

Katharine Tate

Katharine Tate - I’m a native of Massachusetts, where I earned bachelor's degrees in Health, Science, Society, and Policy and Sculpture from Brandeis University. I enjoy assisting and inspiring women in all aspects of their lives, and I consider myself a partner in their OB an GYN treatment. I particularly enjoy forming relationships with young women and assisting them in determining their healthcare needs and goals. I love to travel, create metal and fiber art, cook, and spend time outside. Also, I’m fluent in both German and American Sign Language.

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