Smoker/Non-Smoker Status

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If you indicate history of tobacco use, The Analyst™ will ask further questions including this one:
Smoking tobacco. What is your current status?
Possible responses:
→ I have never smoked / don't know
→ I stopped over 8 years ago
→ I stopped 4-8 years ago
→ I stopped less than 4 years ago
→ I am still a smoker

What does this tell us?

Based on your response, which may indicate being a non-smoker, quitting smoking, recently quitting smoking or being a smoker, The Analyst™ is able to consider possibilities such as:
Addictions / Addictive Tendencies

Addictions / Addictive Tendencies also suggests the following possibilities:

Histadelia (Histamine High)

Nutritional treatment for drug and alcohol users will depend on the results of a test for blood histamine levels.  In one series of such analysis, all users proved to have high histamine levels, leading the scientist to conclude that this abnormality – with its impact on brain function – is a major force in creating addiction. [Nutrition Guide for the Prevention and Cure of Common Ailments and Diseases, Carlton Fredericks, PhD. p.58]


A craving for cigarettes and/or drugs is a possible symptom of hypoglycemia.

Nervous Breakdown Tendency

Drug abuse – in particular cocaine use – is a predisposing factor for having nervous breakdowns.

Pregnancy-Related Issues

Women who smoke during pregnancy are at risk of premature birth, pregnancy complications, low-birthweight infants, stillbirth and a higher overall rate of infant mortality.  For pregnant women and new mothers, smoking puts their baby at risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), poor lung development, asthma and respiratory infections.  Women who smoke during pregnancy also have an increased risk of having a baby with clubfoot.

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