In the end, cocaine makes you sleepy. But, cocaine does not make you sleepy in the way that heroin does. It actually works a little bit differently. Cocaine blocks the receptors for the neurotransmitter dopamine. This makes the drug harder to get into the brain and in turn makes the drug harder to use. This is why people with no history of opioid abuse or dependence (and those that have never used it in their lives) will find that using it is more difficult.
Cocaine and heroin block the receptors for the neurotransmitter dopamine, just as opium and pot block the receptors for the neurotransmitter serotonin. This is what causes the effects of both drugs in the first place. The use of both drugs results in a more difficult time to get high. This is why addicts use harder drugs when they can’t get their fix.
What does this have to do with this? Well, the effects of cocaine and heroin are actually quite similar to that of opium. Both drugs make you more tired and sleepy. This is because you don’t have the extra receptors or dopamine levels available to fight the opioid withdrawal and the effects of both drugs.
The reason that cocaine and heroin cause daytime sleepiness is because both drugs produce their own neurotransmitters. Opioids act on the brain’s opioid receptors. Cocaine acts on the brain’s dopamine receptors.
This is one reason why I think that sleeping pills should never be prescribed to anyone. The reason is because they could actually increase the risks of developing an addiction to opiates. I mean, even after years of taking a sleeping pill, I still wake up at night. I think that sleep deprivation is a serious problem and that it could be dangerous if we dont fix the problem.
That’s a good point. I know people who take sleep deprivation pills, and they always wake up at night. It really should be very rare for anyone who takes a sleeping pill to wake up at night. It’s also worth noting that some of the people who are addicted to opiates have no idea that they have an addiction. Because they just use the drugs as a coping mechanism, rather than knowing they have an issue with the drugs. It’s a good reminder to all of us.
There is a medical definition of sleep deprivation that involves using a drug to reduce the time it takes to fall asleep. Cocaine is one of these drugs that is used to reduce the time it takes to fall asleep, but we don’t think its the kind of drug that should be used to “get some sleep”. We think instead that it’s a drug that may be a little too addictive to cause a person to take in a dose that is too small, and it’s worth using with caution.
Well, that makes sense to us. The problem is that the drug may make you temporarily drowsy, but it also may cause you to pass out from the high.
Cocaine makes you sleepy.
This may sound like a strange claim to make but if you’ve ever tried taking cocaine, you know that it can make you sleepy. You may not be able to sleep, but you may still be very drowsy. You may even pass out from the high.