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Is smoking helpful for inspiration?

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jack2206 wrote:
I smoke a lot and I even use an electric cigarette roller to make cigarettes. Strange enough, I could hardly grab a good idea without smoking. So what do you think?


Doesnt work for me!
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As a pharmacist, I can share with you some cited facts:
the bright side:
Nicotine Increases Brain Functional Network Efficiency and attentional performance (only on the short run, and need increasing dose to take effect). that's why it showed some benefits for patients with Alzheimer and Parkinson disease.

the dark side:
1-chronic exposure to nicotine or withdrawal from nicotine negatively affects the brain cognitive strategies to perform the memory task.
2- inhaled isolated nicotine (without tar or smoke) increases the risk of lung disease
3- nicotine is as addictive as heroin, cocaine or amphetamines, and for most people more addictive than alcohol.
4- statistical studies showed that 50% of smokers have mental health problems.
5- People exposed to secondhand smoke score 20% lower on memory tests
6- and a lot more :?

Nicotine, like many brain affecting drugs such as meth and even heroin, has positive cognitive and psychotropic benefits on the short run. However, it is like a bait that drags to the long run negative effects.
So, try to quit as early as possible.
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New post 11 Apr 2019, 09:00
no way at all

it is bad for health and does not help in concentration at all.

You should reduce as much as possible

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New post 17 Apr 2019, 03:31
Smoking is not the helpful for our health is very dangerous
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smoking is not good for health
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