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The health consequences of using the cocaine are likely to be underestimated. It may be due to the often unspecific or chronic nature of the pathologies typically arising from long-term use of cocaine Continuous use, including by snorting, can be associated with neurological, cardiovascular, and psychiatric problems, and with the high risk of accidents and of transmission of infectious diseases through unprotected sex (Brugal,2009) and possibly through the sharing of straws, for which evidence appears to be growing (Caiffa,et,al..201)). Studies in countries with high levels of use indicate that a considerable proportion of cardiac problems in young people could be related to cocaine use (Quersi,2011,. ).