Depression It is very well documented that Cocaine and Crack Cocaine abuse can bring on depression among other mental illness’s. So what is depression? The feeling of depression is something we all experience from time to time. It can even help us to recognise and deal with problems in our lives. However, in clinical depression or a depressive episode within a bipolar disorder, the feeling of depression is worse. It goes on for longer and makes it difficult or impossible to deal with the normal things of life. If you become depressed, you will notice some of these changes: Depression – Emotional feelings of unhappiness that don’t go away feeling that you want to burst into tears for no reason losing interest in things being unable to enjoy things feeling restless and agitated losing self-confidence feeling useless, inadequate and hopeless feeling more irritable than usual thinking of suicide Thinking can’t think positively or hopefully finding it hard to make even simple decisions difficulty in concentrating Physical losing appetite and weight difficulty in getting to sleep waking earlier than usual feeling utterly tired constipation going off sex Behaviour difficulty in starting or completing things – even everyday chores crying a lot – or feeling like you want to cry, but not being able to avoiding contact with other people. You may wish to look at our addiction forum as there are many posts on there about Cocaine, addiction, abuse etc. If you would like more information about depression, or Cocaine abuse, call our team today on Tel: 0845 3883 543 or Mobiles call 07811 606 606. We are here 24 hours a day. We can also help you with help and advice and anything else discussed on this website. We always welcome your calls. All your calls will only be answered by a trained member of staff.