Cocaine crack is supposed to be the most potent kind of cocaine as it provides a “high” that is so intense it is widely sought after as the ideal quick “fix”. Unfortunately as quick as its “high” is achieved, its “coming down” effect is equally quick, thus leaving the addict craving for the next “fix”. The addict is usually focused on achieving the “high” as it produces effects such as high levels of confidence, significant lack of appetite and increased energy levels, all of which seems to be more positive than negative to the user. Unfortunately, none of these by-product effects stays for long enough to ensure the individual achieves anything plausible. The physiological effects would include constricted blood vessels, a significant increase in body temperature, fluctuating or faster heart rates, increased blood pressure and dilated pupils. Understanding the severity of the situation, the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse along with the Crime Prevention Department are working together to further clamp down on the availability of cocaine crack. According to the latest figures, about 59% of the people surveyed were either alcoholics or drug addicts or both.
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