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5. Because _______ is the most frequently reported symptom during smoking cessation, to alleviate it with 5-HTP could help smokers who want to quit. Clue: An “annoying” mood for you, for others
7. When quitting smoking, in about a year, your risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke will be _______. Clue: Search the article for this one as you will be surprised at this good news
9. The severity of damage from smoking is dependent on how many ________ you have smoked. Clue: If you’re smart enough to do this puzzle, you don't need one
10. When smoking, the inhaled nicotine causes a release of dopamine and other neurochemicals that flood your brain’s _______ centers. Clue: Rhymes with treasure
12. Smoking causes free-________ damage which increases the risk factor for smoking-related diseases. Clue: Pathogen
14. Another benefit of smoking cessation is an improvement in taste and smell because nerve endings in your mouth and nose begin to_______. Clue: Transform
16. __________ levels are increased by the use of 5-HTP. Clue: A brain transmitter involved in the control of pain perception, the sleep-wake cycle, and mood.
17. 5-HTP produces antidepressant-like effects in mice repeatedly injected with _______. Clue: A poisonous liquid alkaloid found in tobacco leaves

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1. The Center for Disease Control claims that more deaths are caused by smoking than from HIV, illegal and legal drug use (alcohol), motor vehicle injury, suicide and _______ combined. Clue: Killing of another person
2. In two studies with rats, 5-HTP was found to significantly reduce overall ________ signs. Clue: You know this one
3. Another smoking-related disease associated with the lungs is _______. Clue: abnormal enlargement of air spaces and tissue destruction
4. Depressed ____ is the is a major predictor of relapse in smoking cessation. Clue: You know this one
6. Smoking “hijacks” the brain’s reward system (mechanisms that motivate you to seek food, water, and sex) _______ driving you to light up again with the same urgency. Clue: “A quick minute”
8. Peripheral vascular disease and _______ are smoking-related diseases. Clue: High blood pressure
11. To sum up, 5-HTP lessens withdrawal-induced somatic signs, through its conversion to _______ and could be a useful adjunctive or primary smoking cessation aid. Clue: This one is so important to know, that I decided to use this clue twice.
13. Another smoking-related disease is pancreatic _________. Clue: the big “C” word
15. On the long list of smoking-related diseases is __________ attack.

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