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Wednesday, April 01, 2009

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So this is the study. Just continue it. What if all of the researchers join together? Faster result and forceful.

-jerry

The findings provide the explanation of the biological mechanisms underlying the connection between depression and nicotine deprivation. No doubt similar mechanisms cause the anxiety, attention deficits, and memory problems linked to smoking cessation. It is long past time to consider permanent nicotine maintenance as a treatment for those with permanent cognitive and mood impairments. Current NRT products, aimed at weaning the user from nicotine, are too weak to provide therapeutic doses for most people. The electronic cigarette holds promise as a way to deliver vaporized nicotine without the harmful tar, carbon monixide, and multitude of toxins and carcinogens found in tobacco smoke.

Serotonin levels undoubtedly make nicotine withdrawal difficult, however I believe that low sugar levels are responsible for the difficulty experienced in quitting smoking

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