Jessica Miller | February 24, 2012
Scientists recently found that smoking tobacco can change smokers brain, by making them hard to quit. When smokers smoke, their brain changes because of the high levels of nicotine received by cigarettes. The brain changes cause smokers to become more addicted to tobacco nicotine, and that smoking addiction can make quitting smoking very hard. It is very important to know that nicotine is the ingredient in tobacco that keeps people smoking. Nicotine when gets into smoker body activates brain receptors. When these receptors are activated, they discharge a brain chemical called dopamine, which makes smokers really feel very good after smoking their favorite cig.
Jessica Miller | February 22, 2012
Smoking cigarettes at a young age often end with a lifetime smoking addiction. But exiting findings showed that nearly one million boys and girls under 15 – approximately 27% of kids – have light up. In spite of anti-smoking campaigns and health cigarettes warnings, every year more than 150,000 young persons start to smoke their first cig. Cancer Research UK calculates it is sufficient to fill 5,200 classrooms or almost 14,000 junior football teams. Now it is claiming on the Government to oblige Tobacco Industry to manufacture cigarettes in plain packs as soon as possible to help discourage youngsters. Jean King, of Cancer Research UK, declared: “The cigarettes maker spends a lot of money on designing packages for to look charming.
Jessica Miller | February 20, 2012
American Cancer Society found that approximately 70 per cent of smokers wish to quit smoking, but dread of failure keeps them from trying kick the smoking habit. For almost the 45-million Americans smokers , there is a wonderful argue why it is so hard to give up smoking. “All cigarettes have what are called monomineoxidase inhibitors,” declared Dr. Sameet Kumar, a psychologist who treats smoking addiction, “and they encourage levels of all the neurotransmitters, so, it can be really harder to quit smoking cigarettes than to stop using drugs like cocaine or even heroin.”
Jessica Miller | February 17, 2012
Smoking is considered to be not a safe habit – however people all the time loved the smoking addiction. The smoking practice has been changed throughout years but in our days it became an accepted habit by all-over the world people. In the past were a lot of attempts to decrease the smokers’ rate and to reduce the number of inhabitants’ death which it causes yearly, even through passive smoking. Statistics showed that almost 1.1 billion worldwide people are smokers.
Jessica Miller | February 7, 2012
Cannot resist your urge to tweet or check emails? Don’t get surprised, as a new study has found that checking email and social media is more addictive than cigarettes and alcohol. US researchers who carried out an experiment to test the will power of 205 people, aged 18 to 85, in the German city of Wurtzburg found that most of them were more likely to give in to urge to tweet or check email than other cravings like drinking or smoking.