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Stress, boredom and anxiety are just some of the reasons smokers light up more during the pandemic. But even in these tough times, Dr Emie Kuyumjian of the Millennium Physician Group says you can still break the habit.
“Unfortunately, nicotine is one of the most addictive substances in the world. So, during this stressful time, the patient will achieve this, which will make him feel good.
The road to quitting smoking can be long. In fact, the average smoker tries to quit 6-7 times before they are successful. “In the long run, yes, smoking causes long-term damage,” says Dr….
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