The overall sensation of being stimulated is one of the physical consequences of cocaine. Cocaine usage may result in altered heart rhythms or breathing patterns, as well as profuse perspiration, extreme sensations of heat or cold, weakened muscular tone, and nausea.
What does a coke high feel like?
After the first surge of euphoria and intense focus—during which time, assuming the cocaine is any good, your teeth will feel numb—the effect settles into a calm, concentrated state. The longer you continue to engage in the behavior, just like any other addiction, the less effective it will become.
What happens when cocaine is heated?
In order to produce cocaine powder (cocaine hydrochloride), a temperature of around 197 degrees Celsius is required; at this temperature, a significant amount of breakdown and burning takes place. This produces a smoke that is harsh, caustic, and has a bad taste. Additionally, a portion of the cocaine is rendered ineffective as a result.