Can a nicotine patch make you smarter?

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A nicotine patch could be used for the treatment of neurological disorders, including Parkinson’s, mild cognitive impairment, ADHD, Tourette’s, and schizophrenia.

Dan Hurley, author of  Smarter: The New Science of Building Brain Power, is on a quest to make his brain work better. He is looking into the evidence for why nicotine may be the best bet for building brain power.

 

 

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Nicotine patches and gum won’t help smokers quit long-term: study

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People who use nicotine replacement therapies find it easier to quit smoking, but are just as likely to relapse.

Millions of smokers have used nicotine gum and patches to help kick the habit.  But they have been found to have no lasting benefit and may backfire in some cases, according to the most rigorous long-term study to date of so-called nicotine replacement therapy.

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