Science to the rescue.
An… unusual take on the issue, to say the least. But in theory, it should work.
If you want to quit smoking, you should definitely try physical exercise more.
It’s amazing how deception can fool even one of the strongest physical addictions.
People frequently overindulge, sometimes to the point of developing sugar addictions. There has been a lot of interest in the pharmaceutical industry in finding treatments that can combat this effect, with little results up to now. But, a world-first study led by QUT might change that.
The Ontario Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) mailed free nicotine patches to smokers to see if they really help you quit without any behavioral support. And for one in four of participants who kept to the treatment, it did.