Re-Learn Addiction

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"Quitting smoking takes more than just willpower. Smoking is a physical addiction. The nicotine in cigarettes actually changes the chemistry in your brain, making quitting that much harder. Start off by watching this video of Ethan, an ex-smoker, who breaks down the hold that nicotine has on your body.

After watching, move on to your next step, How Nicotine Addiction Works, where you’ll hear from Mayo Clinic’s resident quit smoking expert, Dr. Richard Hurt, on how to DOUBLE your chances of quitting successfully:"


"To quit smoking, there is never a "good" time; the very best time of all is as soon as possible."


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