Cocaine can make the user feel euphoric, positive, wide awake and generally very confident. These effects alongside the fact that many are able to drink alcohol whilst on the drug make it clear why exactly people take cocaine recreationally as users may be able to release their inhibitions and find it easier to interact with others socially. However when one takes cocaine and go through a period of high, they must also come down, hence the well-known term comedown. Hence any feeling of euphoria or any other symptoms associated with a high are in a sense paid for by the negative feelings that are experienced the next day. Furthermore it is this period of feeling low which motivates a person to take the cocaine again in order to avoid the negative effects they are experiencing. This along with the fact that the more people take it the more they build up a resistance and the more that they need to take in order for it to have an affect means that a vicious cycle is created where one must take more to get the same high and the low is deeper and thus they feel as though they crave more cocaine. The user may require drug rehab
from a rehab clinic
, before the cocaine use becomes hugely harmful to the users health.