Nicotine Withdrawal Therapy
Nicotine is one of the most heavily used addictive drugs in the United States. Nicotine is a hygroscopic, oily liquid. Cigerette is the most favourite methodd of taking nicotine. Nicotine, recognized as one of the most frequently used addictive drugs, is a naturally occurring colorless liquid that turns brown when burned and acquires the odor of tobacco when exposed to air. It penetrates the skin. Initially it was considered that nicotine was named after the name of nicotine plant nicotine was first isolated from the tobacco plant in 1828 by German chemists.Nictotine mainly affects the brain of human being. It is more affected than heroin and cocain.
Besides cigarettes there are other forms of tobacco, such as cigars, pipe tobacco, and chewing tobacco in which nicotine is founded. Smokeless tobacco products such as snuff and chewing tobacco also contain many toxins as well as high levels of nicotine.
Most people users use nicotine and because they become more addicted to it. The research shows that nearly 35 million people yearly tried to quit using nicotine as they found that smoke is harmful and is having negative effects. But unfortunately, less than 7 percent of those who try to quit on their own achieve. But there are various reasons responsible for nicotine addiction that are the easy availability, advertisement social consequences of tobacco use, and the sophisticated marketing. Research has shown that nicotine has left a negative impact on human behaviors.
Nicotine can act as both a stimulant and a sedative. Nicotine withdrawal symptoms include irritability; craving, cognitive and attention deficits sleep disturbances and increased appetite and may begin within a few hours after the last cigarette.
Use of tobacco is becoming a significant problem of asthma for children in home and can be evaluated a risk factor for new cases of childhood asthma.