Nicotine Causes Early Aging!

Nicotine Causes Early Aging!Nicotine is an addictive drug which is 8 times more effective than heroin. It causes changes in the brain that make people want to use it more and more. In addition, as an addictive drug,it causes unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.

Researches have proven that nicotine causes early aging. The good feelings that result when an addictive drug is present and the bad feelings when it's absent make breaking any addiction very difficult. Nicotine addiction has historically been one of the hardest addictions to break. Over 1.2 million people in Europe and 5 million people all over the world die because of their smoking habits every year. Cigarette smoking may increase the risk of developing rigid arteries and heart disease in several ways. First, carbon monoxide may damage the inner walls of the arteries by encouraging fatty build-up. Over time, this causes the vessels to narrow and harden. Nicotine may also contribute to this process. Smoking also causes several changes in the blood that make clots and heart attack more likely. Some of the movement problems experienced by Parkinson's patients are less severe after smoking a cigarette, chewing nicotine gum or using the nicotine patch. In addition, nicotine may help to reduce memory loss which can occur patients with Parkinson's disease. Because nicotine intake masks the symptoms of this disease, treatment is often delayed. This can cause serious problems. Unfortunately, we have long been in the dark about the effect that second hand smoking, otherwise known as passive smoking,has on our bodies. Only in the last twenty years or so has conclusive evidence, proving that the inhalation of second hand smoke may also be a major health hazard, come to light. It can no longer be ignored.

Yayın Tarihi:1.06.2009     Okunma Sayısı:1523

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