Compulsive behavior in tobacco users.

Abstract

Addictions have been associated with compulsive behaviors, which serve to reduce emotional distress. Tobacco use has been associated with increased adverse moods such as anxiety. Nicotine has established anxiolytic effects through modulation of central neurotransmitters, including monoamines. Both obsessive-compulsive behaviors and tobacco use have both… (More)

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