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But the addictive effects of nicotine and the psychological rituals and associations with smoking2 connected quit smoking a big challenge for most smokers. It is important that they know that there is help. ‘.. With many smokers probably a quit smoking on or around World Health Organization (WHO Tobacco Day World No Tobacco Day, highlights the new survey1 of 1,000 Irish smokers, conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of Pfizer, to reconsider a serious need for smokers as they leave for their best opportunity to approach to success. – Prof. Luke Clancy of the Tobacco Free Research Institute, says: ‘By smoking as just a habit or lifestyle choice rather than an addiction or medical condition, exclude many smokers medical help that they have to give up by themselves1.

.. It is estimated that as many as seven out of ten smokers quit4 want, but in reality 97 percent of smokers who are trying to quit smoking again even within one year5. The majority of it will be back in less than eight days6. Smokers are most likely to quit successfully with medical help, as studies have shown that even a brief conversation with a doctor can double a smoker leaving successfully7 chances.– Extremely high or low body mass index was predictive an increased risk of sudden cardiac death but not coronary heart disease.

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