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    Why is nicotine addictive?

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    It absorbed into the bloodstream and causes the brain to release adrenaline, creating a buzz of pleasure. Our organism try to resist and you’ll need to smoke more and more cigarettes in order to get the nicotine’s pleasurable day by day.

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    Nicotine changes the balance of two neuromediators: dopamine and noradrenaline, in your brain. When nicotine changes the levels of these chemicals, your mood and concentration levels change. Many smokers find this enjoyable because it reduces axiety and stress.

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    Thank you, guys! Do you know it’s possible to get addiction smoking for the first time?

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    I don’t think so. It depends on frequency and mental condition. The physiological addiction begins gradually. So I mean you can quit after first cigarette easy.

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