A substance inhaling tobacco through cigarettes - smoking addiction is actually a person’s addiction to this drug. A regular smoker, when level of nicotine in the blood drops, feels withdrawal symptoms such as restlessness, lack of concentration, dizziness, irritability, constipation, increased appetite or just a feeling of awfulness.
These symptoms generally occur after a few hours from having the last cigarette – if not relieved by another cigarette, the symptoms worsen. So, the regular activity of smoking is just another way of smokers to stay ‘normal’ and prevent withdrawal symptoms.
Smoking is a widespread epidemic already and is still penetrating the roots of a healthy lifestyle at an alarming rate. Currently, the world has approximately 1.1 to 1.3 billion tobacco users in the world and this figure is likely to reach a mark of 1.6 billion in the next two decades.
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