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Smoke Out the Best Quit Smoking Aids

By Features Desk

Sunday, November 19, 2017.

If you've decided it's time to quit smoking, you're probably thinking about which methods to use. Some people simply go cold turkey, but many use various aids and medications to help them. If you want to use a quit smoking aid, there are a few to choose from, and you might not immediately know what to select. Try using these criteria to try and find the right one for you.

What Does Your Doctor Recommend?

If you're planning on speaking to your doctor about your effort to quit smoking, they might be able to help you. They can let you know what they think works best or discuss what would work well for you. They might even prescribe something if they think it will help you.

Which Products Are Most Effective?

Of course, you want to know which products are most likely to work. While people can have success with any product, some of them are more reliably effective than others, according to science. For example, nicotine replacement products can increase the likelihood of someone quitting for good by 50-70%.

What's Most Suited to Your Lifestyle?

You might also take your lifestyle into account if you're trying to choose a particular nicotine replacement product or other aid to stop smoking. For example, if you work in a customer-facing job, chewing nicotine gum all day isn't going to look good. Nicotine patches might not be ideal if you're an active person.

Which Ones Are Most Ethical?

Not everyone will take this into account, but you might want to think about which products are most ethical. If you don't want to support tobacco companies anymore, you might want to think about avoiding quit smoking products owned by them.

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Smoke Out the Best Quit Smoking Aids

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