Transdermal Nicotines Effect On Metabolism Of Caffeine, Olanzapine And Diazepam?

I have just switched from smoking 15-20 cigarettes a day to wearing a medium strength nicotine patch with low strength nicotine gum.
I am interested to know how this will effect the levels of olanzapine in my blood. Will they rise or fall? Also will this cause caffeine (low use)and diazepam(low use) to effect me more or less?
MUCH appreciated!.

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  1. Metabolism is essentially the speed at which our body’s motor is
    running. The speed at which our body burns calories is called the metabolic
    rate. It’s how fast your “motor” is running when you’re still in a
    reclined position or sleeping. About 60-75% of energy is expended by the
    body at rest in such activities.
    The metabolism is based on the number of calories we burn throughout
    the day. Our body constantly burns calories to keep us going whether we
    are eating, sleeping, cleaning etc. People with a lower percentage of
    body fat (i.e. muscular) have a higher metabolism than others that are
    less muscular because muscle uses more calories to maintain itself than
    fat. Some people have a slower metabolic rate and have a harder time
    staying slim. Younger persons have higher (faster) metabolism because of
    the increased activity of cells. A slow metabolism actually causes to
    store fat. The slower the metabolic rate, the greater the weight gains.
    How to build muscles to improve metabolism? What type of exercise is
    ideal that speed up metabolism so that you burn calories even at rest or
    sleep? There are simple exercises that speed up the metabolism.
    Causes for Low Metabolism
    * Fasting
    * A low calorie diet
    * Snacking throughout the day on high sugared foods (candy, colas,
    cakes, gum).
    * Eating or drinking too much sugar containing foods.
    * Lack of physical activity.
    * Underactive thyroid.
    Metabolism Boosters
    There are some natural metabolism boosters (natural foods) that
    improves your metabolism. Do not take over the counter pills containing animal
    thyroid extract that claim to boost up metabolism. These products may
    have side effects as diarrhea, increased heart rate, excessive
    sweating, nervousness, tremors, bulging eyes, etc.
    How to Improve (Speed up) Metabolism
    * Do not skip any meals
    * Exercise daily
    * Build your muscles
    * Avoid alcohol, sugar, and fastings
    *Drink 8-10 glasses of water daily.
    *Eat foods with high nutrition values

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