The Effects Of Nicotine On The Human Body?
If nicotine is burned what will happen?
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Nicotine is a chemical that can be found in several types of plants, including tobacco. Nicotine has a stimulant effect on the nervous system which makes a person addicted to this substance. Some of the effects caused by nicotine on the human body include:
increase memory and concentration increases body reflexes improves mood decreases appetite increases body metabolism increases bowel movements so it can cause diarrhea to increase blood pressure increase heart rate causing vasoconstriction or shrinkage of blood vessels increasing the production of saliva and mucus in the airways
Nicotine can enter the body and cause the above effects either through burning (for example, burning tobacco / cigarettes), by mouth (taken in pill or gum form), inhalation (in the form of an inhaler), or through the skin inside. the transdermal patch form (nicotine patch).
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