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Nicotine In Cigarettes - Addictive Or Not?
The debate continues between medical experts and rehabilitation specialists as to
whether or not nicotine in cigarettes is actually an addictive substance.
Many people are unaware of the hotly debated topic of nicotine as a n addictive
substance. Some experts claim the substance is 'only' a psychological addiction, while
other specialists claim it is in fact a physiological affliction.
I was once contacted by a professional hypnotist who rebuked me for my assertion
that I had overcome a nicotine addiction. He proudly touted the "fact" that nicotine is
not a bodily addiction and that my commentary on the issue was unethical.
This notion is hilarious really.
I admit a little research will turn up mixed opinions on the issue.
For instance in 1996 top executives of leading tobacco companies made public claims
downplaying the idea of nicotine as a physically addictive chemical. And numerous
independent scientific studies have suggested that nicotine is either not the only
addictive substance in cigarettes, or that this chemical only causes psychological
dependency and no real physical addiction.
On the other hand, In February 2000 the Royal College of Physicians published a
report on nicotine addiction which concluded that "Cigarettes are highly efficient
nicotine delivery devices and are as addictive as drugs such as heroin or cocaine."
I'd actually like to take this article away from the flawed debate of "physical vs.
psychological" and make a more relevant point. It makes no difference what scientists
are able to prove in a lab at this stage, we all know smoking is a habit that becomes an
obsession, and this obsession has killed millions of people.
More importantly for the purposes of this article, numerous surveys have concluded
that 80% (or more) of all smokers express a desire to quit, but say they have tried
without success on multiple occasions. If that's not an addiction I frankly don't know
what is.
All this talk about mental addiction, bodily addiction, etc. is totally moot. Quantum
physics has done a fabulous job of proving the role of mind in actually creating the
physical circumstances in an individual's life.
With this in mind, the whole debate presented by tobacco company executives and
hypnosis marketers loses all footing as far as I'm concerned.
However you wish to slice it, smoking is an addiction. It's extremely difficult to break
this deadly habit, and only those individuals with serious intention, a rock solid plan,
and a great support network are likely to achieve the ultimate goal of smoking
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able to put together a simple system that allowed him to drop the habit. Visit his site
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