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Signs of Cocaine Use
Cocaine, also known as coke, is a stimulant and a Schedule II controlled substance. Cocaine use has, thankfully, been in a continual decline for the last ten years. This can be explained by trends in recreational drug use, the high cost of cocaine, and replacing one stimulant with another, such as Adderall. According to data published by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, as of 2014 there were 1.5 million past-month cocaine users over the age of 12, with the highest rates among young adults. In addition, the DAWN report stated that cocaine was associated with 505,224 emergency room visits in 2011.
Learning how to tell if someone is sniffing coke involves first knowing the signs and symptoms of cocaine use and addiction. These might include:
Seeking Help at a Cocaine Treatment Program
The Treatment Specialist will connect you to a treatment center that will provide a team of addiction and mental health specialists that can reliably guide you or your loved one through the admissions process. A Treatment Specialist will provide you with an initial assessment and insurance check. A Treatment Specialist can tell you how to tell if someone is sniffing coke, and discuss the treatment options. Contact a Treatment Specialist today at (866) 644-7911.