Fight smocking biologically [Archives:2005/850/Health]

June 13 2005

By Dr. Omer Al Gaway
For the Yemen Times

Nicotine reaches the brain through cigarette smocking faster than any thing that may enter the body. It's affect is stronger than the affect of cocaine, which satisfies the smoker quickly and control the doses that he or she needs.

According to that, there are two features in smocking : the quickness and control.

These features promote the addictive effect of nicotine on the brain. Some said “the matter is not related only to the drug but also to the way of taking this drug””. The smock of cigarette makes the nicotine reaching the lung alveolus . That is it rises to the brain in seconds without circling in the veins . The nicotine imitates in its function the function of the “” ACETYLCHOLINE”” since it fuses with the “” receptors “”. In addition it activates sub-group from 'Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors'