Many drug-related deaths, particularly those resulting from opioid overdoses, have contributed to a reduction in life expectancy among Americans for the second year in a row in 2016, in an unprecedented
According to a study by experts from the American Association, anti-smoking drugs have serious health effects, contribute to the development of vascular diseases and cause heart muscle disorders, because they often contain soft drugs or nicotine; hence, any overdose of these medications can cause serious health problems or even death sometimes.
Above study stated that 34% of those who quit using these medications are often exposed to severe muscle pain and are referred to the emergency department, showing usually signs of subsequent heart attacks.
Several people are using medications to stop smoking. Some have started using electronic cigarettes in recent years thinking they will help them change this bad habit, but a recent American study has shown that those who smoke electronic cigarettes, even occasionally, can become tobacco smokers within two years.