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Hi everyone,

 

What is actually the healthiest way to quit smoking? There is alot of talk about vaping being bad, and a lot of the nicotine products can have some serious side effects too. I have also read some opinions that going cold turkey isn't the best way to doing it.. Of course smoking is the worst of all but still..

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See your doc or pharmacist. Theres loads of ways to quit healthily and properly.

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Treatment with medications (nicotine replacement, varenicline, or bupropion) increases quit-rates, especially when combined with counselling. These medications may help with cravings, withdrawal symptoms, and other side effects of quitting smoking. All of these agents can be used even if a person has not completely stopped smoking. Varenicline and bupropion take some time to work, so they should be started a week to several weeks before the quit date, depending on the medication. Talk to your doctor about which treatment is suitable for you, especially if you have depression.

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