Yes, the nicotine found in vaping devices can be addictive. Due to the dramatic rise in e-cigarette popularity, we want to clear the air regarding how e-cigarette devices work and misconceptions about their safety. More on vaping basics here.
Is your teenage daughter or son experimenting with cigarettes? Scientists are researching a new nicotine-eating enzyme and say it can be used for smoking prevention and cessation.
YES. Cigarettes are addictive. How? Why? We review here.
What’s your motivation to stop smoking? If it’s not coming from inside, we offer four (4) ideas for getting and keeping motivation to stop smoking. More here on how to stop smoking for good.
The duration of nicotine withdrawal varies by person. Nicotine withdrawal can last from days to weeks to months. We offer a basic nicotine withdrawal timeline here.
The most common side effects of nicotine withdrawal are weight gain, cravings, and mental-emotional states. Learn how to cope with these side effects here.
Nicotine withdrawal treatment consists of medications and/or counseling. We review treatment options for acute nicotine withdrawal and more long term nicotine dependence treatment here.
Nicotine is highly addictive. We explore just how much and why here.
Nicotine is a natural product found in tobacco. But do tobacco companies add nicotine to cigarettes? How much nictotine is added to cigarettes? More here.
Yes. You can get to Black and Milds. Actually, the nicotine naturally found in tobacco is addictive. Learn more about how nicotine effects can lead to addiction here.