Why is it so hard for a smoker to give up smoking and what are the effects of nicotine on the brain?

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3 Responses to “Why is it so hard for a smoker to give up smoking and what are the effects of nicotine on the brain?”

  1. Abuadnan said:

    of course it is so hard for smokers to give up smoking , because his cells are conformed or need the content of nicotine , yes the cells need this material like the need of water and food , and your question about the affect to brain cells of course the damage of the cells in speed of time , may be nicrosies

  2. NONAME said:

    because it fits so perfectly into our nicotinic receptors that are on every nerve in the human body. It stimulates so many different things, plus the body gets lazy and stops producing the hormone that nicotine replaces. The long term effects are cancer all over the body. not just the lungs. Heart disease and stroke are also caused by smoking.

  3. midnightmoon62 said:

    Im an ex smoker. Its not just the nicotine addiction that is so hard to give up. The nicotine addiction for me was actually the easiest thing about smoking to give up.

    I liked the physical steps of smoking. I liked holding the cig in my hand, putting it to my lips, taking a hit, sucking it in, and blowing it out. It was the physical habbit of my physical actions that was hard for me to break. Kinda like how it is hard for someone to quit popping thier knuckles or blowing bubbles with their gum. It is a mindless habbit. With long time smokers, the physical action is a mindless habbit.




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