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When someone refers to a drug called Black Rock, they are referring to the drug known as crack cocaine.  This street name was given to crack cocaine as a way for only certain people to know exactly what was being talked about, but now this nickname is used throughout the United States by people of all different backgrounds.

Black Rock Roots and Risks

Black RockBlack rock is created by combining cocaine and baking soda together and cooking it until it forms a rock like appearance. After the rock has been cooked, the individual can smoke it through what is called a crack pipe.  They will obtain a quick and sudden high that will only last for up to 20 minutes.

During this short amount of time the individual will experience:

  • Euphoria
  • Paranoia
  • Alertness
  • Loss of appetite
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Increased heart rate
  • Hyper stimulation
  • Depression
  • Increased breathing
  • Constricted blood vessels
  • Dilated pupils

Addiction to This Drug and Getting Treatment

Once the drug’s effects wear off the individual will begin to constantly crave more and more black rock. If he or she gives into their drug temptations they will soon fall into the life of addiction where they will only concern themselves with getting high. When this problem becomes a reality, he or she will then be dealing with more severe and deadly side effects.

Black rock addicts experience:

  • Severe depression
  • Paranoia
  • Chronic insomnia
  • Long term memory loss
  • Heart problems
  • Blood pressure problems
  • Risk of sudden death

Knowing the side effects and choosing to get help is a choice that every black rock addict has to make on his or her own terms.  To learn more or to get help today, contact Stop Your Addiction now toll-free.  Our addiction treatment counselors can help you in planning your entire addiction treatment program.

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