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The amount of tar, nicotine and carbon monoxide any individual actually gets from a particular cigarette can be significantly affected by the way the cigarette is smoked. Generally, the more intensely a smoker smokes a cigarette, the more tar and nicotine he or she will receive from that cigarette. Many scientists have concluded that smokers switching to cigarette brand styles that have lower tar and nicotine yields "compensate" for these reductions in tar and nicotine by smoking these lower-yield cigarettes differently than they would higher-yield brand styles.