People who use cocaine ‘recreationally’ may be closer to becoming a drug addict than they think

People who use cocaine “recreationally” may be closer to becoming addicted than they think, a study has warned.

Even among non-dependent cocaine users, visual cues associated with consumption of the illicit drug lead to dopamine release in an area of the brain responsible for cravings, according to research published in the medical journal Scientific Reports.

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