The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) conducted in-depth research into smoking, cardiovascular disease, and the impact on cognitive functionality.
The senior author of the study, Dr Matt Huentelman, a Professor of Neurogenomics, found that the results indicate, ‘Smoking and cardiovascular disease impact learning and memory throughout adulthood, starting as early as age 18.’ The in-depth study found that smoking has an effect on mental acuity over time.
The study published in the Scientific Reports Journal indicated that quitting smoking can improve brain function, among others. Mixed Signals: Smoking and Mental Illness? Source: Pixabay No Attribution Required High levels of smoking are common among individuals with mentalRead more on curiousmindmagazine.com