nicotine effects on a young body


How does nicotine affect an underage person when for example, juuling? Why is it so bad?

In: Biology

The human body has a built-in chemical it uses to create a sense of calm or euphoria, which is very similar to nicotine. Younger people tend to have a lot of chemical imbalances caused by the body making up for the growth.

Because nicotine is so similar to the other chemical, which I cannot remember the name of, the body becomes addicted to nicotine and stops producing the normal chemical. Because the bodies of younger people are still growing and adjusting necessary chemical amounts, this causes the body to more quickly become reliant on nicotine for the euphoria it produces.

Isn’t there nicotine free versions?