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Bland P. Smoking cessation improves anxiety and depression. Practitioner 2014;258 (1769): 5

Smoking cessation improves anxiety and depression

20 Mar 2014Pais-up subscribers

Smokers with a history of anxiety, mood or alcohol use disorders are significantly more likely to be in remission three years later if they quit smoking, an American study has found. Smoking cessation may increase the likelihood of remission, but equally, those who recover may find it easier to quit smoking.

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