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Cocaine

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Skylar Armbrust

on 2 May 2017

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Transcript of Cocaine

Physical Traits
Cocaine can cause your tempature to rise. Which can end up causing hypothermia and heatstock reaching a temp of 104f.
It can cause strain on blood vessels and cause a heart attack or heart disease.
The cocaine will end up taking over the left side of the brain and make it crave for more cocaine.
Mental
Paranoia
Hallucinations
Agitation
Violent behavior
Depression
Can't sleep
After not being used for awhile can cause people to be tense.
Cocaine
Cocaine causes A physical dependence.

Cocaine is a Stimulant drug when in the body.
Social Traits
Cocaine can often cause happiness and energy.
It can cause lack of motivation in work and family.
It also makes people less exciting.
Long and Short Term.
Long term: Heart attack, Heart stroke, hypothermia, brain issuses and death.
Short Term: Depression, Anxiety, Tenseness, Violence and Insomnia.
Slogan
If cocaine acted as deadly as it was, would you still take it?
Refusal and Sources.
Say no. Don't hang around people who do it.
Source: https://www.promises.com/articles/cocaine/cocaine-damages-social-skills/
http://www.mindhealthconnect.org.au/cocaine-and-mental-health
http://luxury.rehabs.com/cocaine-addiction/physical-effects/
https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/cocaine
http://www.dependency.net/learn/cocaine/
Cocaine.
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