Sunday, 18 November 2007

Nicotine-reduced smokes may make it easier to quit

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A U.S. study this week found that giving smokers cigarettes with decreasing amounts of nicotine -- over time -- made it easier for them to curb their nicotine addiction.

As with all drugs, gradual declines are better for most than a "cold turkey" approach of rapid cessation.

Would you be willing to try smoking cigarettes with a gradual lowering of nicotine levels if it meant the pain of quitting was lessened quite a bit? To many smokers, that would be a welcome way to try and stop quitting.

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