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The drug cocaine has dozens of different nicknames, but one common nickname that cocaine goes by is Big C.  This is the leading hard street drug sold in the United States and is continuing to grow in popularity and production.  In recent years, thousands of different men and women have died due to the side effects of this drug, and thousands more have fallen to an all-time low in their lives.

Big C: Effects and Addiction

Big C is not a problem because of its immediate effects as much as its long-term effects.  When an individual first uses this drug, they will experience euphoria, increased concentration, and a feeling of happiness, but after about an hour these feelings will subside and problems such as depression, paranoia, and aggression will come into play.

Big CEven after one-time, use of Big C will an individual face these unhealthy consequences, and they will only grow more and more intense with every single dosage.

After at least one month of continuous usage an individual will experience:

  • Hot flashes
  • Body aches and pains
  • Confusion
  • Aggression
  • Severe depression
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Risk of seizure

These effects are what are called withdrawal effects, and they begin within several minutes after Big C is no longer being taken.  An individual can lose their entire sense of self while using this drug, and will in the long run, give up everything they have ever cared for in order to obtain their next high.

Addiction Treatment Options

If you have fallen victim to the effects of Big C abuse or if you are on the verge of an addiction to this devastating drug, contact Stop Your Addiction today to learn your options on recovery, and let our addiction treatment counselors help direct you in a promising direction towards a life of recovery.

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