Cocaine Use Signs
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Signs of Cocaine Use

Signs of cocaine use, if known, can be easy to spot and help in the prevention of cocaine addiction. Some things to look for are:
  • change in activity levels and sleeping patterns
  • long periods of being awake without rest
  • Blood shot eyes due to constricted blood vessels
  • Rapid Speech
  • Sniffing or runny nose
  • Hyper-Alertness
  • white powder like substance on face or clothing
  • small scoops or items to do "bumps" from
  • Razor blades for cutting lines
  • Rolled dollars to use like a straw for snorting. White powder residue may be evident on money used for this purpose.
  • Small plastic baggies or "seals" used to hold cocaine
  • Straws cut into 2-3 inch long sections used for snorting
By identifying any of these signs of cocaine use, you may be able to identify the problem and intervene before cocaine addiction sets in.

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