Surprisingly, another risk factor of smoking is brain aneurysms. Most people are not aware of the fact that the nicotine in cigarettes does damage to the blood vessels in the brain, often leading to aneurysms. Sometimes when you realize you are having an aneurysm, it is already too late.
The key to treating an aneurysm is early detection, as it is with cancer. However, the best way to treat aneurysms is to prevent them completely, and this can be done in some cases, by not smoking ever or quitting as soon as possible for good. MENTAL ISSUES Mental problems of smoking are apparent to anyone who has seen someone addicted to nicotine who has had to go without their fix.
The mental strain and cravings when the body gets low on nicotine are unbearable for some. People who are addicted to smoking find even the simplest tasks can’t be performed without first smoking. Lack of nicotine causes problems concentrating, thinking, and problem solving, or even deciding what to have for breakfast. Smokers become a slave to their habit and can’t function without the drug.
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