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Cigarettes contain highly addictive nicotine. Even if a person wants to stop smoking, because he is addicted to the effects of nicotine, he may find it difficult.
Nicotine alters the dopamine and noradrenaline equilibrium of 2 chemicals in the brain. When nicotine shifts these chemicals concentrations, the levels of mood and concentration change. This is pleasant for many smokers.
The changes are happening very fast. It immediately rushes to the brain when they inhale the nicotine, where it produces feelings of pleasure and reduces stress and anxiety. That’s why many smokers appreciate and become dependent on the nicotine rush.
Smokers can rapidly become dependent on nicotine and experience withdrawal symptoms both physical and emotional (mental or psychological) when they stop smoking. These are irritability, nervousness, headaches, and sleeping trouble.
The more an individual smoke, the more nicotine the brain gets used to. That’s why all the instances of addiction happen.
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