Targeting Brain Region Could Help Smokers Quit: Study
A new study suggests smokers can blame a specific part of their brains for difficulty kicking the habit.By Christina Hartman | November 15, 2013
Smokers, if you're having trouble breaking the habit — a new study suggests you can blame your brain.
Scientists at the University of Massachusetts Medical School say there are specific areas of the brain responsible for those nasty withdrawal symptoms: headaches, irritability and nausea. (Via CNN)
As any longtime smoker can attest, quitting can be hard. Experts say nicotine could be as addictive as heroin and cocaine. (Via Howcast)