What Does Nicotine Do to Your Body?

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How does nicotine affect your body what side effects does it have on your health?

No, I’m not talking about how smoking affects your health. But what nicotine does to your body.

It’s important to know this because nicotine is being portrayed as an innocent, even healthy substance. Research shows otherwise.

In this video, you will learn:
– How nicotine affects different parts of your body, like your heart and lungs.
– How nicotine affects your baby if you’re pregnant.
– What side effects nicotine has on the brain of adults and young adults.


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Resources and Links Related to/Mentioned in this Video

1. “Harmful effects of nicotine”
Research on: 1) Nicotine promotes the genesis of tumors 2) Nicotine affects the Central Nervous System and alters respiration.

2. “Nicotine and Gastrointestinal Disorders: Its Role in Ulceration and Cancer Development”

3. “The role of nicotine in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis”

4. “Long-term Use of Nicotine Gum Is Associated With Hyperinsulinemia and Insulin Resistance”

5. “Effects of Nicotine During Pregnancy: Human and Experimental Evidence”

6. “Nicotine in Youth and Young Adults & Nicotine During Pregnancy”

7. “Nicotine Addiction 101: Everything You Need to Know about Nicotine”

8. “Nicotine Self-Administration Impairs Hippocampal Plasticity”

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CBQ Method to Quit Smoking says:

Thanks for watching! Do you think nicotine is bad for you?

Ty4755 says:

damn i always knew i would have to quit even vaping one day

bob d says:

The urge to smoke never seems to go away, your just delaying it till the next mental break. I just wish cigarettes werent so available

Bigdog Bulldog says:

Nicotine is one bad character,great explanation

deby forrester says:

OMG!!! who are you, spouting this junk about nicotine. you need to talk to some experts lady. You need to watch Aaron Biebert "you don't know nicotine" and have you seen a billion lives.

Carlos says:

I think anything that changes the brain chemistry is bad.

ThomasMueller999 says:

I rather use Nicotine as what it is: a performance-enhancing drug. I use nictoine pouches for a few weeks or months and then go through a cold turkey withdrawal (that work's perfectly fine for me). After a few weeks or months, I'll use it again for the maximum effect. There is nothing like the first pouche after months going without 🙂 You just have to KNOW that there is an addicition part to it. Plus. NEVER smoke. Nicotine is fine but tar and carbon monoxide is just garbage without benefits.

Veronica Ellen says:

9 days ago, I had a moment of absolute anger and frustration. I said to myself, "That's it. I am so sick of smoking, I HATE that I am addicted. I'm going to get a plan in place, and quit for good this time." I immediately cut back from more than a pack a day to 10-12, and began to mentally prepare myself for a full quit. I'm not there yet, but these videos are echoing all of my thoughts and self-examinations. Last night, I had a bad dream (like I normally do), but I became aware I was dreaming. I asked the dream character, "What do you want?" And he replied, "I'm stressing you out so you'll wake up and have a cigarette!" I said, "But you are a part of my own mind. Why do you want to destroy my efforts?" He responded, "Because I am your addiction, and you are trying to kill me." I said, "No. You are the part of me that IS addicted, and I am trying to HEAL you. Stop sabotaging me and get on board." My cravings have been much less intense today, the time between cigarettes is longer. Some deep mental blocks are breaking down. Thank you for these videos. I think I will actually succeed this time.

Sourav Porey says:

your hands are more beautiful than you. your smile is next to your hands.

Bruce Finnie says:

Can't deny it. Your videos are really helpful.

EPJ M says:

Nicotine cannot cause emphysema. It has nothing to do with the alveoli of lungs. Nicotine does not cause atherosclerosis, that is caused by smoking. You are not discussing nicotine apart from a cigarette and this presentation is very unscientific just looking at those 2 points.

Lucas Silva says:

nice accent

Kristen Sorensen says:

I think old age leads to less dopamine in the brain. So nothing feels as good as it did in youth. I think you are giving nicotine a worse rap than is real. Smoking is a unique addiction. Inhaled smoke is extremely toxic.

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Austin Sayre says:

This lady had an effect on my body.

ArcticBlack says:

I had no idea that nicotine is that bad for me. I'm 17 years old. It's probably a good idea to quit. It's pretty hard tho because everyone around me is using it in school, parties and just about everywhere else…

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