Smoking cessation (also known as quitting or abusing smoking) is the process of cessation of tobacco smoking. Tobacco smoke contains nicotine, which is addictive and can cause dependence of any tobacco product. Nicotine withdrawal often makes the process of quitting difficult.
Seventy percent of smokers would like to quit smoking and try to drop 50 percent of reports within the last year. Smoking is the main reason for the major prevention of death worldwide. Tobacco consumption significantly reduces the risk of tobacco-related diseases such as coronary heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and lung cancer. Due to being associated with many chronic diseases, many public areas have been banned from smoking cigarettes.
Several different strategies can be used to stop smoking, in which the sudden release of "cold turkey", then cutting, leaving, behavioral counseling, and medicines such as pupopian, cyticin, nicotine replacement therapy, Or Varennyline. Most smokers try to do this without assistance, although only 3% to 6% of the effort without success is long term success. Behavioral counseling and medicines increase the rate of quitting each successfully, and a combination of behavioral consultation with a drug such as the pupopion alone is more effective than interference.A meta-analysis of 2018 conducted at 61 RCT has shown that after one year people quit smoking with the help of first-line non-smoking drugs (and some behavioral help), compared to about 12%, only 20 of them % Kept constant restraint % Who did not take medicine.
In nicotine-dependent smokers, symptoms like nicotine withdrawal from quitting smoking can be symptoms of nicotine craving, anxiety, irritability, depression, and weight gain. Professional smoking cessation generally attempts to remove the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal so that the customer can get rid of nicotine addiction.