Written By Harris House

Category: Addiction, Brain, Physiological

Cocaine may come with a short-term high, but it also brings along something else: the risk of long-term brain damage, which leads to addiction and other insidious effects as well. Here’s a closer look at how cocaine kills the brain via negative impacts, along with two particularly devastating brain-related consequences of its use. Cocaine Kills the Brain Cocaine works…

Dubbed “the caviar of street drugs,” cocaine, also known as coke, is an expensive way to get high. It’s also a high-abuse and high-dependency risk that often leaves behind a trail of destruction in its wake. Wondering why cocaine is so addictive and why its effects are so significant? Here’s a closer look at this lethal…

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