Study: Smoking may be more addictive for people with ADHD

11/24/2008 | ScienceDaily

People with more ADHD symptoms -- especially hyperactivity -- have more difficulty quitting smoking, according to a new study that may allow scientists to develop smoking-cessation treatments designed specifically for people with ADHD. Nicotine may help improve attentiveness in people with ADHD, which may contribute to making quitting harder, researchers say.

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