10 Things you might not Know about Nicotine...

Discussion in 'Nicotine' started by ejuiceconnoisseur, Aug 10, 2013.

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  1. ejuiceconnoisseur

    ejuiceconnoisseur Senior Member

    The following are a few interesting facts that you might not have known about nicotine. This can be helpful to those of you who are trying to defend your decision to vape E-cigarettes from the sceptical mindsets of friends, family, co-workers, etc. The misconception that nicotine is a carcinogen, and a dangerous drug, is often confused with the many other chemicals specifically in cigarettes that are carcinogenic, dangerous, unhealthy, etc. The following is a list of many of the health benefits of nicotine:

    1. There are over 4,000 chemicals in the average cigarette… many of them carcinogenic. Nicotine is NOT one of them.

    2. Nicotine has been found to reduce approach-avoidance behavior in animals, and healthy human volunteers.

    3. Nicotine interacts with cell membranes in such a way as to ease the passage of certain ions through the membrane. This aids in, among other things, the communication between synapses in your brain, increasing cognitive functions... (Click here to read the rest of my article.)
     
  2. ghola1was

    ghola1was Super Member Verified Member

    Interesting article. Thank you for posting your sources.
     
  3. qorax

    qorax Vaping Master Verified Member

    Thanks for that share ejc.
     
  4. ejuiceconnoisseur

    ejuiceconnoisseur Senior Member

    It was a fun article to write. I learned a few things myself, shich is the primary reason I do this. Thanks for reading!
     
  5. trouble1000

    trouble1000 PV Master of Valinor Verified Member

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    That is an interesting read, thanks for posting.
     
  6. SASmith

    SASmith Super Member

    I also found it very interesting.......thanks :)
     
  7. Colleen T

    Colleen T Full Member Verified Member

    Excellent!! Thank you for sharing.:)
     
  8. DoloresB

    DoloresB Super Member

    Thanks for the informative article. Glad to have found your blog. Lots of good reading there.
     
  9. CocoaButter

    CocoaButter Senior Member Verified Member

    Interesting Article
     
  10. Ramjet

    Ramjet Super Member Verified Member

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    Wow, nice job!!! Hard to find this kind of stuff. Seems to be fairly well hidden from all of us for some reason :evil: Hmmm, ya, that may be it!
     
  11. 2easy

    2easy Full Member Verified Member

    I have noticed how hard it is to concentrate when I tried to quit smoking cold turkey.One of the many reasons for switching to vape.Thank you for the well written article.
     
  12. Deeo

    Deeo Super Member

    One thing I have been trying to find a debunk on is, does nicotine really constrict your blood vessels? One of the reasons I want to quit analogs is fear of stroke or heart attack.
     
  13. Randyryansr

    Randyryansr Senior Member

    Enjoyed reading that. Thanks
     
  14. AttyPops

    AttyPops Yeah, I type stuff.

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    Yes, sorry, it does.
     
  15. rse1

    rse1 Senior Member Verified Member

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    Thank you very much for the info.
    Has anyone else noticed new health insurance forms that ask if the applicant uses nicotine (not whether they smoke or dip tobacco)? I wondered if they had any actuaries that showed deleterious effects from nicotine use or were merely extrapolating from studies of tobacco use.
     
  16. sweetgypsea

    sweetgypsea Senior Member Verified Member

    Wow, I really had no idea that nicotine really had any major benefits. Thanks for sharing :D
     
  17. Woody_

    Woody_ Neurotic One Verified Member

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    Excellent!! Thank you for sharing.
     
  18. DonDripper

    DonDripper Full Member

    Good read, thanks for sharing.

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  19. lightbud404

    lightbud404 Serial Vapist Verified Member

    good read, thank you.
     
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