Cocaine is usually a white powder that is snorted or it can be mixed with water and injected. Sometimes it is smoked as 'crack cocaine'. Do you or someone you know use cocaine and express the following behaviors: uncontrollable need to use more cocaine, withdrawal symptoms, using more cocaine over time, or have trouble not using cocaine? All of these may be symptoms of cocaine addiction. Cocaine (including crack) is considered to be an illicit drug along with marijuana, heroin and others. Cocaine addiction in Kansas sits at around 1.5% (according to the data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health - NSDUH), which is low compared with other states.
Although cocaine addiction rates are low in the state, it is important to seek help if you are or someone you know is experiencing symptoms of cocaine addiction. Because of the potent effects, cocaine has on the user’s systems, addicts find it very difficult to stop using cocaine and seeking professional help may be the best form of treatment. Seeking treatment can be the first step in ridding yourself of the addiction. Please visit our website to find more information on who can help you quit a cocaine addiction.
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