Crack cocaine is a cocaine type that is reduced to free state by dissolving it in the baking soda and water. The result acquired from this solution is called 'crack rock' which can be either snorted or smoked.
In United States, more than 25 million people smoke crack cocaine at least once in their lifetime. The person addicted to snorting crack cocaine can be easily identified by looking at the white of their eyes, experiences bad breath, dry lips and chapped nose.
Several side effects associated with snorting cocaine are insomnia, soreness in throat, hoarse voice, lethargy, rhinorrhea, fever, bruxism, increased risk of heart strokes, chest pain, asthma and many more.
The intoxication of crack cocaine tends to release various neurotransmitters such as Dopamine, Serotonin and Norepinephrine that increases the risk of homicide, suicide, domestic violence and risky sexual behavior.
If you suspect some one getting addicted to smoking crack cocaine, then look for things like metal straws, small glass, container of small size with white powder residue at the bottom and mirrors because cocaine smoker usually need these things.