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Koramangala Map for It acts on the acetylcholine system, which, in part, mediates levels of attention and activation in the brain and muscle activity in the body. Its activity is bi-phasic that is, short, sharp inhalations increase activity in this system as the nicotine bonds with the acetylcholine receptors and activates the neurons ? resulting in increased alertness. Long inhalations, by contrast, result in the nicotine remaining in the post-synaptic acetylcholine receptors, preventing further uptake of nicotine acetylcholine a white crystalline derivative of choline that is released at the ends of nerve fibres in the parasympathetic nervous system and is involved in the transmission of nerve impulses in the body. Table Some strategies that smokers may use to help them to cope in the period immediately following cessation Avoidant strategies Sit with non-smoking friends at coffee breaks Drink something different at coffee breaks ? to break your routine and not light up automatically Go for a walk instead of smoking Chew sugar-free gum or sweets at times you would normally smoke Move ashtrays out of sight Try to keep busy, so you won’t have time to think of cigarettes Make it difficult to smoke Don’t carry money ? so you can’t buy cigarettes Avoid passing the tobacconist where you usually buy your cigarettes Coping strategies If you feel the urge to smoke, focus attention on things happening around you ? not on your desire for a cigarette Think distracting thoughts ? count backwards in sevens from Remember your reasons for stopping smoking ? carry them on flashcards and look at them if this helps Cognitive re-labelling These horrible symptoms are signs of recovery or acetylcholine by the receptors ? leading to feelings of relaxation. Accordingly, when an individual stops smoking, they may have to deal with n the loss of a powerful means of altering mood and level of attention; n withdrawal symptoms as a consequence of a biological dependence on nicotine; n the urge to smoke triggered by environmental cues. The best smoking cessation programmes address each of these issues. Following a quit day’, most call for complete cessation of smoking, following which the individual may have to cope with varying degrees of urges to smoke as a result of withdrawal symptoms or encountering cues that previously were associated with smoking. Koramangala Map 2016.