How Nicotine Affects Your Brain

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The simple answer is; diffusely.

The unpalatable fact of nicotine is that your brain loves it. It stimulates your brain's pleasure centres and through up-regulation of neural receptors it increases the brain's need for more; hence the addiction! Although in the end, there's no good news; smoking does seriously harm your health.

The really bad news is; it often takes a long time to do it! That just means that at that time of life when you are looking forward to retiring, to doing what you want to do, when you want to do it; smoking robs you of life!

The really good news is; if you stop early enough it is possible to heal yourself; fully. That's right, it is believed that if you stop by around 35 smoking will more likely than not done you no lasting harm. But what if you are past 35, maybe way past it? Well, there's still plenty to be positive about. Sure you may not be fully reverse all damage; but you'll definitely repair at lot; maybe even most! Now that is good news and better than that; reason to quit as soon as possible!

Now, you may ask; how do I quit? Well, there are several methods and many of them quite good. However, I believe that using hypnotherapy to stop smoking is one of the best. The reason, there are usually no withdrawal symptoms, it happens almost in an instant, it is usually long lasting, usually permanent too.

That said, the best way to find out more, is to book a Free Consultation to wee how You can stop smoking Now!

For a short illustration on how Nicotine affects your brain: watch this amazing video now