When testing quit smoking aids like e-cigarettes, nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs), and prescription drugs like Zyban and Chantix, scientists usually test a placebo alongside the real thing.
There are many ways to quit smoking but the most promoted methods like e-cigarettes, nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs), prescription drugs like Zyban and Chantix, hypnotherapy and counseling and support are not necessarily the best ones.
I’ve written a lot of content on the most common methods to quit smoking- e-cigarettes, nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs), prescription drugs like Zyban and Chantix, hypnotherapy and counseling and support. And those are just the most promoted methods.
I know there is a lot of information on this blog, so I like to summarize the content where I can to make it easier for you to remember and apply.
Many people find it so hard to quit smoking, but it doesn’t have to be that way. It’s actually easier to quit smoking than most people think it is.
I want to share some great information from 2 people I really respect… one is Brian Tracy and the other is Bob Proctor.
There are lots of reasons that people take up smoking. Here are 11 of the most common.
When I come across any information from Allen Carr or his associates from “Easy Way”, a reputable method to quit smoking,
With so much information online to quit smoking, how do you decide which method is best to quit smoking. Maybe science can help…
Quitting smoking can be tough with some days harder than others. Here are 14 proven ways to make the process a lot easier…
Conventional methods to quit smoking like nicotine patches, e-cigarettes and medications don’t always work for people.
Quitting smoking can be tough and it can be difficult to determine the best way to quit especially when you see that many methods show mixed results.
For some, quitting smoking can be a real challenge, e-cigarettes or nicotine replacement therapies like patches or gum may not work either.
If you want to quit smoking and are wondering the best way to go about it, first of all talk to your local GP.