Many smokers think it is easier and less difficult to quit smoking by gradually cutting down on the number of cigarettes they smoke per day. A randomized trial in the U.K. found those who set a quit date and abruptly quit experienced significantly better success rates 6 six months later, compared to those who set a date and then cut back gradually over 2 weeks. All subjects received nicotine replacement therapy and behavioral support.
LifeTip: Setting a date and then abruptly quitting seems to be the best method. For more tips, watch “Overcome Addictions Naturally” by Dr. David DeRose.
Adapted from PositiveChoices.com