Cocaine Overdose: Signs and Symptoms




Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant that can have a potent effect on your brain. It can affect your physical and mental health as well as your overall well-being. It can be smoked, snorted, ingested, or injected. However it’s used, it can cause an overdose and can have lasting significant consequences. 


Signs and Symptoms of Cocaine Overdose

Many studies have shown that cocaine use can kill brain cells and can change your brain’s chemistry overtime. There are signs and symptoms of cocaine abuse, but there are also warning signs to look out for to prevent a potentially fatal cocaine overdose.

Find out more of its dangers by looking at the red flags of cocaine overdose.

  • dangerously or abnormally high blood pressure
  • irregular heart beat
  • erratic heart rate
  • extremely high body temperature
  • extreme anxiety
  • extreme confusion
  • paranoia
  • hallucinations
  • psychosis
  • agitation
  • tremors or shaking
  • nausea

These symptoms can often come before a fatal heart attack or stroke, or even a seizure. The best way to prevent a cocaine overdose is to get treatment for cocaine abuse or cocaine addiction immediately.

For help overcoming cocaine addiction, call or text us at Bridges of Hope: 09175098826. We provide private addiction rehabilitation and treatment in a safe and secure environment.

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