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MORE ABOUT NICOTINE
Posted on Sep 16, 2020 | Posted in |
Nicotine is one of the direct tobacco smoking byproducts. It is absorbed in the blood every time you breathe in and starts a real vicious circle: nicotine leaves your body very quickly, so it sucks for the next cigarette.
Nicotine is one of the direct tobacco smoking byproducts. It is absorbed in the blood every time you breathe in and starts a real vicious circle: nicotine leaves your body very quickly, so it sucks for the next cigarette. Nicotine is good for you and its healthy, this may surprise many people, but it's actually true and backed up by medical research. Nicotine can improve mood, concentration, memory and help prevent and alleviate the symptoms of a number of serious diseases. Nicotine itself does not cause any illness. According to a recent government study, one of the nicotine metabolites, cotinine, improves memory and protects brain cells from diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. Alzheimer's disease is caused by a loss of nicotinic receptors in the brain, which leads to a lack of acetylcholine. Without acetylcholine, brain memory is deteriorating and many other harmful mental illnesses develop. An artificial replacement of acetylcholine with nicotine treatment inhibits the harmful effects of Alzheimer's disease in the brain. People with hypothyroidism can also benefit from the extraordinary remedial effects of nicotine that can help alleviate some learning and memory problems associated with the disease. Acetylcholine, a chemical responsible for brain memory and learning ability, can be filled with nicotine and restore the brain to a normally functioning condition. People with ADD (attention deficit disorder) can also discover that nicotine has a great healing value for controlling the symptoms of the disease. The movement of dopamine, norepinephrine, 5-hydroxytryptamine, and gamma-amino tartaric acid through channels between nicotinic acetylcholine receptors and non-mineral neuronal subtypes provides intensive care and antidepressant response while effectively controlling symptoms associated with ADD suppression. After a successful study on the topics, James A. Cocores, MD and other researchers claim that nicotine treatment is an extremely effective treatment for ADD. As noted above, its interaction with the neurochemical brain structure guarantees exceptionally effective treatment of ADD undesirable symptoms. Nicotine has proven effective in repairing veins and encouraging the development of new blood vessels in mice and humans. A study conducted by Dr. John P. Cooke shows that "while nicotine binds to the cells of the endothelium of the cellular receptor, it stimulates the cells to free the cascade of chemicals that stimulate the formation of new blood vessels" and "improve disks" of the vascular nicotine system implanted under the skin of mice and other natural substances, called the growth factor fibroblasts ... which often stimulate the growth of new blood vessels. "However, nicotine is a mediator powerful in angiogenesis (the production of new blood vessels) that tumors when subjects with pre-existing cancer. Once a proven and safe treatment protocol has been established, people with vascular diseases or who have recently had a heart attack or a stroke will recover very quickly after treatment. Patients with pre-existing tumors or carcinomas may not be victims for the treatment of nicotine due to their strong effects on the formation of tissue on tumors. Nicotine Withdrawal Side Effects People who get used to smoking often find it harder for them to stop smoking. Let's be honest. Stopping smoking is a difficult task. This is due to the side effect of nicotine withdrawal when the body begins to adapt without reaching nicotine levels. Some of the physical effects of withdrawal of nicotine are: Nausea, vomiting and other digestive problems. Cramps in the muscles and hips in the arms and/or legs Influenza, throat pain, colds and cough Headache The rapid increase in appetite Dry lips, mouth, and skin. Psychological effects are as follows: Nausea, vomiting and other digestive problems. Cramps in the muscles and hips in the arms and/or legs Influenza, throat pain, colds and cough Headache The rapid increase in appetite Dry your mouth, mouth, and skin. The Need For Benefit Of Nicotine For Healthy Life Nісоtіnе іѕ known to switch оn rесерtоrѕ оn the surface оf cells іn thе brain, саuѕіng thеѕе neurons tо release thе Nеurо-trаnѕmіttеr dораmіnе - This chemical іѕ knоwn to lіft оur mооd аnd gіvе uѕ pleasure. It аlѕо аffесtѕ оthеr nеurо trаnѕmіttеrѕ whісh hеlр іmрrоvе mеmоrу, аttеntіоn and соnсеntrаtіоn Thіѕ hаѕ lеd tо mеdісаl research іntо trеаtіng dіѕеаѕеѕ іnсludіng: Dерrеѕѕіоn, Sсhіzорhrеnіа, Pаrkіnѕоn'ѕ аnd Alzhеіmеr'ѕ dіѕеаѕе and аttеntіоn dіѕоrdеrѕ. Drug соmраnіеѕ are wоrkіng оn рrоduсіng drugs соntаіnіng pure оrgаnіс nicotine for use by раtіеntѕ with thе above соndіtіоnѕ. Thеrе is аlrеаdу one on thе mаrkеt whісh is ѕіmрlу nicotine in water wіth nо сhеmісаlѕ added. Originally аіmеd аt smokers as аn аltеrnаtіvе simply whеn thеу can’t or dоn't wіѕh tо ѕmоkе, this wаtеr іѕ now рорulаr wіth uѕеrѕ whо bеlіеvе іt hаѕ hеаlth bеnеfіtѕ. Fоr ѕmоkеrѕ who want tо gіvе up ѕmоkіng they nееd nоt bе wоrrіеd аbоut tаkіng nісоtіnе and there are a wide vаrіеtу of nісоtіnе rерlасеmеnt thеrаріеѕ available іnсludіng: Puffers, іnhаlеrѕ, gum and patches. Nісоtіnе hаѕ hаd a bad reputation however, mаnу people are nоw сhаngіng thеіr views in thе lіght оf rесеnt medical rеѕеаrсh and ѕееіng nісоtіnе аѕ a сhеар, naturally occurring соmроund wіth роtеntіаl health bеnеfіtѕ.