What Is A Nicotine Receptor?

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The effect of nicotine on lactation in breastfeeding mothers.

Nicotine, an active ingredient of tobacco, is a psychoactive drug - one that affects mind and behavior. It produces only a slight high in first-time users and it does not impede daily functioning to the same extent as other drugs.

Nicotine interacts with specific receptors in brain tissue, and initiates metabolic and electrical activity in the brain. In addition, nicotine causes skeletal muscle relaxation. It also acts on cardiovascular

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