Headaches, nosebleeds, and seizures are three of the many potential side effects of using cocaine.
Cocaine is a substance that can significantly impact your mental, emotional, and physical health. Using cocaine can lead to many short- and long-term side effects, some of which we’ll cover in the following slides.
If you or a loved one has a substance use disorder, help is available. Consider speaking with a mental health professional or looking into treatment programs.
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Cocaine can impact your mind and body in many ways. Some side effects of cocaine include:
- runny nose
- high blood pressure
- decreased appetite
Consider seeking emergency medical attention if you experience any notable side effects while consuming cocaine, especially a potential overdose.
If you or a loved one show symptoms of a substance use disorder, starting therapy or engaging in addiction treatment resources can help. Wherever you are in your journey, you can learn more about substance use disorders and the recovery process by checking out any of the organizations listed below: