Cocaine use disorder occurs when an individual abuses cocaine or becomes addicted to the substance despite the risks associated with the substance. This may lead to clinically significant impairment. Many factors can contribute to Cocaine Use Disorder, including genetics, peer pressure, anxiety, or environmental stress.
Continued cocaine use can result in a variety of health issues over time. Some symptoms of Cocaine Use Disorder include:
- Mood Swings
- Sleep pattern changes
- Ignoring hygiene