impact boosting

impact boosting

Tobacco control adjective Referring to a tobacco-industry maneuver to ↑ the mental “jolt” received by smokers, caused by adding ammonia to cigarettes. See Smoking.
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The researchers at the Harvard University found inactivity could cause a range of emotional and physical symptoms associated with the condition, whereas exercise has a positive impact boosting self-esteem, sense of control and endorphin levels.