How addictive is tobacco?

Why do people start using tobacco?

Many people who smoke cigarettes or any other tobacco that contains tobacco started doing so when they were teenagers. People who have friends or parents who smoke are more likely to smoke.

Some teenagers said that they just wanted to (try) smoking or thought that using them was attractive and gave them the feeling of becoming an adult, and increased acceptance by society.

Advertisements produced by tobacco factories, the price of cigarettes, seeing people smoking play a big role in people’s addiction to these substances. Also, the use of tobacco in movies, computer games, on virtual networks and the Internet, and on television increases the motivation of people, especially teenagers. Another reason for people’s addiction to tobacco, which has recently entered society, is electronic cigarettes and vape devices, which are usually known as harmless and better than traditional tobacco.
These devices are a way for novice users to learn how to use tobacco and then become addicted to the original nicotine. Who are more prone to addiction? In general, any person who experiences the use of tobacco can become addicted to nicotine.

However, studies show that smoking can become a habit in teenagers more than in other people. The younger and younger people are, the more likely they are to become addicted to nicotine and tobacco. Also, statistics and studies show that almost 9 out of 10 adults who smoke have started using it before the age of 18.

Most people who start smoking in their teens will continue to smoke in adulthood, even if they try to quit. How nicotine affects people’s body Nicotine and other chemicals in tobacco smoke easily enter the blood through the lungs and are quickly distributed throughout the body.
Nicotine works like other drugs and when consumed in small amounts, it gives the user a sense of satisfaction and makes the person forget their worries and problems.

Nicotine quickly enters the brain and its normal function is affected by its negative effects. When the body gets used to nicotine, the user has to increase the amount of tobacco he consumes in order to get the previous feeling.

In this way, the person’s consumption increases from a low amount to a higher and higher amount.
Users quickly become dependent on Nicotine and may experience physical and mental difficulties if they do not have access to it.

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