Central Nervous System

The actions of nicotine on the central nervous system are the result of a composite of stimulatory and depressant effects. These can include tremors, convulsions, respiratory stimulation or depression, and release of antid-iuretic hormone from the pituitary. Nausea and emesis are frequently observed after the initial use of nicotine in the form of tobacco smoke. However, tolerance to these effects rapidly develops. This is in contrast to the effects of nicotine on the cardiovascular system, where tolerance develops much more slowly.

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