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Quitting smoking: 10 ways to resist tobacco cravings


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  • Website: Mayo Clinic
  • Resource type: Article

Summary - The message of this resource is:

While quitting smoking, urges to smoke usually pass within 5 to 10 minutes. Each time you resist a craving, you are one step closer to stopping tobacco use for good. This website provides 10 ways to resist cravings.


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cigar, cigarette, cigarillo, smoke, chew, tobacco, nicotine, NRT, addiction, cessation, quit, habit, urge, crave, craving

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Rated on: 12/5/2018 9:33:55 PM

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