The effects and risks of how cocaine abuse ruins relationships both in the home and in the workplace cannot be over-emphasised - and even more so when cocaine is mixed with alcohol
. It destroys a person's aspirations as cocaine gets it grip on it's addicts. I've rarely seen a good ending once cocaine takes over a person's life. It gets to a point where a once decent, hard-working person only thinks about where they will get the money for more 'Charlie'.
As I mentioned earlier, that cocaine is almost always cut. Pub sniff usually contains a small percentage of actual cocaine and will normally be mixed with speed or a numbing agent like Novocain. When coke is cut with whiz (speed) you can see the person gets what's known as 'cocaine jaw', as they keep moving their jaw side to side. It also causes them talk the ears off of people - better known as 'toilet talk'! They basically talk a load of bollocks.
I know of cocaine addicts that tell the same lies and stories repeated so many times that they actually believe that the lies they are saying really happened. Seriously!
It's a fact that effects of cocaine abuse will cause addicts to lie, cheat, steal and even become cocaine dealers in order to support their cocaine habit. New associations and relationships are formed with other cocaine addicts and this is how they now begin to lead their lives. As the old saying goes, "mix with liars and become a liar, mix with thieves and become a thief, mix with cocaine addicts and you can guess the rest!" Another side effect of cocaine abuse are constant mood swings and ever increasing violent behaviour.
Once a person becomes involved with cocaine, a whole new, world of crime opens up for them. Any crime you can think of can be connected with and/or associated with cocaine. From car theft, burglary to armed robbery and sex slavery and everything in between!
As I said earlier that it affects their jobs, relationships, friendships and families and it's not long before they lose their jobs and become unemployed. They break up with their partners/spouse. Lose their homes and it's all downhill from then on. The cost of a cocaine addict's habit will be way more than most earn. So, resorting to crime to support their cocaine addict is inevitable!
It's not long before the cocaine addict no longer gets a 'high' from the drug. Instead, it just becomes a mental addiction. Every day becomes the same with the one need to get more cocaine. So now the cocaine addict requires much more cocaine and also needs to take it much more frequently with the desire to get high. The fact is that they can never get the same rush as they did when they first used it. They just keep chasing it hoping to reach that initial first high.
If you have been taking cocaine for some time or know of friends that are addicted to cocaine, then you'll know that what I'm stating here is absolutely fact.