Cocaine is a central nervous system stimulant drug extracted from coca plant that causes a rush of positive feelings initially but that can lead to impulsiveness, agitation, and anxiety and can cause withdrawal symptoms of exhaustion and depression. It is a stimulant drug that increases the stimulation of dopamine synapses by blocking the re-uptake of dopamine by the presynaptic neuron

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