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> Side Effects Of Cocaine
Jackson1
post Mar 17 2017, 06:15 AM
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Side effects of cocaine:

Following are the main side effects of the chronic usage of cocaine.

It increases the chances of getting a stroke and makes the person at a higher risk to develop coronary disorders and cardiac defects.
Cocaine adversely affects the aorta and can rupture it as well.
It leads to insomnia and lethargy and the person feels weak.
It causes the hoarseness of voice.
It causes damage to the brain which can bear severe consequences since it will interrupt the blood supply to the brain and as a result, the body parts will be damaged.
It causes tooth decay. The person can also develop bruxism.
It affects the sexual life adversely and causes infertility in most of the cases.
Cocaine causes personality disorders.
It leads to neurological defects. It promotes imbalance and loss of personality grip.
It leads to weight loss. The person might suffer from severe malnutrition and hence can face serious health damage.
The consumption of cocaine can lead to depression. Anxiety is a common consequence seen in chronic cocaine users.
It causes the pupils to dilate and promotes tremors and seizures.
It will also lead to muscle twitches.
The body’s blood pressure is increased than the usual.
It also causes an increase in the normal heart rate.
Paranoia and vertigo are frequently seen in the chronic users.
The vessels tend to constrict more.
Abdominal pains, headaches, nose-bleeding, respiratory distress, cardiac arrhythmias and cardiac arrests are most commonly seen among the chronic users of cocaine.
Loss of appetite, mood swings and psychological defects may result.
It ravages the body from inside out. It will result in long-term serious side effects that keep on harming the body adversely and severely.
It will cause an increase in the risk of developing diseases like HIV, AIDS and Hepatitis C.
According to this study, maternal abuse of cocaine leads to babies being born with structural deformities and functional deficiency of the heart and ventricle, abnormal heart rhythms, and conduction abnormalities. In many cases, these symptoms for months after the birth.
Source : carenician.com
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