Acetycholine: Nicotine's Special Messenger

Acetycholine can be found in both the central and peripheral nervous systems. Its primary function is to serve between as a messenger between neurons and cells special to muscle tissue and its actions.

More important to those that have an addiction to nicotine, is that this neurotransmitter is involved with the activation of nicotinic receptors and is affected by chronic tobacco use.

Despite the detrimental effects from tobacco smoke and its introduction of large quantities of neurotoxins that directly affect neurotransmitters like Acetycholine, more and more people are freeing themselves of this addiction through recovery services both on line and off line.


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