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New strategies help smokers quit when nicotine replacement alone doesn’t work
- By Howard E. LeWine, MD, Chief Medical Editor, Harvard Health Publishing
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Great stuff thanks for sharing this information.This will definitely helpful for smoker.
Me e-cig with decreasing nicotine has helped me tremendously!! Down from 1 1/2 packs a day to 3-4 cigs. And I’m not a raving bitch!!!
Ive bn smokin 4 23years n im gona try quit cold turkey. The thing is wen I dont hav a smoke I become a terrible person. I am gona do it this time round n I wil do it as I wil lean on Jehovah (“GODS name) not medicine.
I believe what you said Alaistar, but only if nicotine addiction is the only problem a person is going trough.
You see, too much stuff gets solved in that level (mind/belief), sometimes the amount of problems a person has solve, forbids her to make a move in the right direction, in the right time.
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You are very right, I could only stop smoking when I was close to retirement, and it was not the best move for me.
Too many years smoking have caused a series of damages to my lungs and pancreas, but I could not have done in any other way as my entire life I had a lot to deal with.
Some believe that only because someone can quit smoking by will alone, that those that can quit are losers or have a very weak character or will, when in my case was quite the opposite.
I have always felt that if someone wanted to stop smoking, they would stop. Addiction in my opinion is a weakness as opposed to an illness and can be treated in pure belief etc.
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