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What Does Nicotine Do?
Nicotine is a widely used substance that is an ingredient in tobacco products and also many vaping products. The goal of this video is to give you some basic information on nicotine and its effects.
Nicotine is a naturally occurring stimulant found in the nightshade family of plants and much like caffeine, it is present in the plant as a natural insecticide. Although it is sometimes administered orally or transdermally, it is typically absorbed via inhalation. When inhaled, nicotine-rich blood passes from the lungs to the brain within seven seconds and immediately stimulates nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. Nicotine also extends the duration of the positive effects of dopamine.
Nicotine’s mood-altering effects vary from user to user, but it typically has the effects of being both stimulating and relaxing. It also has the effect of being an appetite suppressant which can potentially have the side-effect of weight loss.
Nicotine, like caffeine, is habit forming and similar withdrawal symptoms can occur when use is discontinued.
When taken in low doses, nicotine increases cognitive function, particularly in fine motor skills, attention and memory. Negative effects can occur when nicotine is administered in high doses.
As with any substance, nicotine’s effects vary from user to user, so pay close attention to the ways in which it affects you.
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