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Quit-Smoking Aids [25]

How do Quit-Smoking Medicines Work?
When you first stop smoking, you may feel uncomfortable and will have the urge to smoke. This is due to withdrawal. Withdrawal is your body getting used to not having nicotine, the chemical in cigarettes that makes you want to keep smoking. Quit-smoking medications help reduce feelings of withdrawal and cigarette cravings.

Why Should I Use Quit-Smoking Medications?
Using these medications can double your chances of quitting for good. They help reduce your cigarette cravings and withdrawal symptoms. They can also save you money. Quit-smoking medications are usually used for a short amount of time. You will end up spending less to take these medications than to keep smoking.

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25. American Cancer Society: Guide to Quitting Smoking