How Big Tobacco Made Cigarettes More Addictive

A huge draw into the vaping community is the many people who struggle with smoking cessation. It has long been known that nicotine is as addictive as heroin which partly explains why people find it difficult break the habit. This article on truthinitiative details the outrageous lengths tobacco companies go to in order to keep people addicted to their deadly products.

Smoking Cessation

The surgeon general’s 2014 report on the health consequences of smoking found that as smoking rates decreased over the past 50 years, the risk of dying from cigarette smoking increased. How could that be?

Over the past 50-plus years, tobacco companies have leveraged modern science to manipulate their products to make them even more addictive. “The evidence is sufficient to conclude that the increased risk of” death and disease — specifically lung cancer — “results from changes in the design and composition of cigarettes since the 1950s,” states the surgeon general’s “The Health Consequences of Smoking – 50 Years of Progress” report.

This is the opening excerpt, to read the full article, click here.

To everybody who wants to stop smoking, we at healthcabin want to encourage you, and wish you every success.

 

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