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Both teens and adults who have attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD are more likely to smoke cigarettes and turn nicotine-dependent compared to their peers without ADHD.

According to a Verywell Mind report, youngsters are also more likely to begin smoking at such an early age. They have a more challenging time quitting the habit successfully compared to the general populace.

This is evidently a public health concern as the regular use of cigarettes is linked to a host of adverse health effects. Additionally, for many people, cigarettes can be an access to the use of the drug.