Cocaine

Cocaine gives a feeling of reduced fatigue, and mental alertness.
It quells the appetite and gives the user the ability to lose
weight or appear to have lost weight.

Cocaine can produce its own withdrawal symptoms, which are more psychological than physical

Cocaine can produce its own withdrawal symptoms which are more psychological than physical. Like alcohol, cocaine lowers your inhibitions and could result in you taking careless risks. Using cocaine a lot can make the user feel very depressed and run down it can also give you panic attacks and feelings of anxiety and restlessness. Cocaine is dangerous if you have high blood pressure or a heart condition either of which you may not be aware of until it’s too late.

Cocaine is an expensive habit, it’s addictive and destroys families and lives. Apart from health risks, both physical and mental, cocaine can lead users to crimes like theft and fraud.