Did you know that smoking harms the brain apart from increasing your risk for heart disease, stroke, cancer and lung disease?
The culprit is nicotine present in cigarette smoke. A scientific study has established this relation by indicating that people with high levels of nicotine in their bloodstream fared poorly in a range of tests related to brain functions.
Wondering how smoking impacts your brain’s health and overcome this concern? Read on.
What Are the Harmful Effects Of Nicotine On The Brain?
Here’s an overview of how cigarette smoking can impact your health.
A] Nicotine addiction
When you smoke, the cigarette rapidly delivers nicotine to your brain. This chemical is the addictive component of cigarettes.
It stimulates the release of the pleasure chemical ‘dopamine’ in the brain. The brain experiences a change in mood. It starts craving dopamine and reinforces you to smoke. Nicotine alters brain function, leading to nicotine tolerance. You become more and more dependent on nicotine.
Repeated nicotine exposure makes you addicted to smoking. It compels you to light a cigarette at your earliest. This condition is known as nicotine withdrawal.
Symptoms of nicotine withdrawal:
- Increased appetite
- Headache and dizziness
- Mental fog
B] Cognitive decline
Cognitive decline typically happens in old age. Senior citizens become forgetful or are unable to think as quickly as they did when they were younger. However, smokers tend to experience this condition quicker than nonsmokers.
As per a scientific study, middle-aged male smokers experience more rapid cognitive decline than nonsmokers or female smokers.
Symptoms of cognitive decline:
- Loss of motivation
- Confusion about visual-spatial tasks
- Changes in personality
C] Increased risk of cancer
Smoking releases a severe amount of toxicity in the body. The cigarette contains nearly 60 cancer-causing substances. With prolonged smoking, these substances can alter genetic makeup and increase the risk of developing cancer.
D] Increased brain aging
Smoking destroys the gray matter. Prolonged smoking affects the structural integrity of subcortical brain regions. It accelerates the normal thinning of the cortex that occurs with age, impairing thinking, memory and learning.
E] A higher risk of stroke
Smoking increases the risk of a stroke considerably. This risk is directly proportional to the extent of smoking.
How To Curtail The Harmful Effects Of Nicotine On The Brain?
The only way to curtail these harmful effects is to quit smoking. Not by exercising your willpower, but by taking anti-smoking tablets that are natural and effective.
Smotect Natural Tablets can help you quit smoking effectively. They are patented, unique scientific formulations of 12 therapeutic herbs. They are formulated to lower your nicotine dependence, reduce cravings and manage withdrawal symptoms.
Smotect Natural Tablets mimic the action of nicotine, i.e. they lead the brain to stimulate the release of dopamine naturally. As such, the dopamine levels in the brain are restored, and you no longer depend on artificially-induced dopamine to feel good.
Unlike nicotine, these tablets are not addictive. So, you don’t develop a craving for them. This naturally released dopamine also helps to sustain the elevated mood, increased energy levels, and stamina, thus reducing your reliance on cigarettes drastically.
USPs of Smotect Natural Tablets:
- 100% safe and natural
- Over 95% success rate with zero side effects
Benefits of Smotect Natural Tablets:
- Helps improve lung function
- Protect vital organs (lungs, heart, brain and skin) from the impact of years of smoking
- Increases immunity
- Increases energy and stamina to perform regular activities
- Improves mental status
- Improves sleep quality and mental relaxation
The only way smokers can protect their brain is by quitting smoking. And, the most effective way to do so is by taking Smotect Natural Tablets. You can also register for Smotect Guided Sessions to discover techniques and breathing exercises to help you cope with nicotine withdrawal.