Valium is an antianxiety agent ( benzodiazepines. ) Used primarily
for short-term relief of mild to moderate anxiety.
The habit-forming potential of Valium is high. It is possible to
become dependent on Valium in only two weeks.
Valium in mainly available in tablets. The 2mg tablet is white, the
5mg tablet is yellow, and the 10mg tablet is blue.
Everyone's body is different but as little as half a pill of Valium
when combined with depressants can lower your respiratory system enough
to kill you. Taken in high doses Valium alone can kill you
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addiction can occur very quickly and be very difficult to break. Animal studies
have shown that animals will work very hard (press a bar over 10,000 times)
for a single injection of cocaine, choose cocaine over food and water, and take
cocaine even when their behavior is punished. Animals must have their access
to cocaine limited in order to prevent them from taking toxic or even lethal
doses. People addicted to cocaine behave similarly. They will go to great lengths
to get cocaine and continue to take it even when it hurts their school performance,
job performance, and their relationships with loved ones.
Attempts to stop using the drug can fail simply because the resulting depression
can be overwhelming, causing the addict to use more cocaine in an attempt to
overcome his depression. This overpowering addiction can cause the addict to
do anything to get cocaine. Recent
studies on cocaine and addiction have shown that, during periods of abstinence
from cocaine use, the memory of the euphoria associated with cocaine can cause
intense cravings. In fact, the mere exposure to cues associated with cocaine
use can trigger tremendous craving and relapse to cocaine, even after long periods
Researchers have found that cocaine stimulates the brain's reward system, inducing
an even greater feeling of pleasure than natural functions. In turn, its influence
on the reward circuit can lead a user to bypass survival activities and repeat
drug use. Chronic cocaine use can lead to a cocaine addiction. In some cases
it can cause damage to the brain and other organs. An addict will continue to
use cocaine even when faced with adverse consequences. Cocaine and crack cocaine
continue to be the most frequently mentioned illicit substance in U.S. emergency
departments (ED), present in 30% of ED drug episodes during 2001. From 2000
to 2001, the number of ED cocaine mentions increased ten percent from 174,881
in 2000 to 193,034 in 2001.
is the street name given to cocaine that has been processed from cocaine hydrochloride
to a free base for smoking. Crack cocaine looks like white/tan pellets or
chunks that resemble rock salt or soap. Rather than requiring the more volatile
method of processing cocaine using ether, crack cocaine is processed with
ammonia or sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and water. The mixture is heated
to remove the hydrochloride, thus producing a form of cocaine that can be
smoked. The term "crack" refers to the crackling sound heard when
the mixture is smoked (heated), presumably from the sodium bicarbonate. Research
studies regarding crack and addiction has shown crack to have more addictive
properties than cocaine. This is due to its chemical makeup and method of
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