Cigarettes on the Brain

Smoking cigarettes impairs brain function. It reduces the supply of oxygen to the brain and nicotine passes through the blood-brain barrier, which further reduces the flow of oxygen to the right side of the brain. Nicotine also reduces the metabolism of glucose. Glucose fuels brain cells. Nicotine passing into the brain means less fuel for the brain, which is a very bad thing.

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