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Tobacco slowly makes you dumber

01-09-2014, by


Smoking of tobacco affects the brains. This proofs study done on the UMC St. Radboud in Nijmegen in the Netherlands. But there is also hope. If you quit smoking, then that your brain will restore the minor damages. It's a very slowly process, but recovery is possible.

On average, it takes 20 years before the brains function again as like non-smokers. Ex-smokers who have stopped gain their cognitive functions back. By this, we mean the recording and processing of knowledge, perception, thinking, language skills, consciousness, memory, attention, concentration and practical skills.

E-smokers don't suffer from brain damage. Another good reason to start e-smoking?




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