You Scored 7-8 On The Nicotine Dependence Quiz
Percent of Smokers: 15%
Withdrawal Severity: Difficult and Long Lasting
Treatment Options: Combination Therapies a Must!, Nicotine Replacement, Antidepressants, Behavioral Modification Therapy, Hypnosis, Acupuncture, Smoking Cessation Group Counseling, Chantix, Natural Remedies.
If you are in this group you have a high dependence to nicotine. This group will not only include those mostly psychologically addicted to cigarettes but highly physically addicted to nicotine. People in this group probably have a tendency to depression and are easily addicted. There is a high risk of smoking related disorders.
It take you a couple of tries to quit smoking, but don’t give up, you can do it! While you are in a smaller group of people that are going to have a hard time giving up smoking, it is not impossible and has been done before. Remember, you will not die if you don’t get another cigarette.
Combination therapy for you is a must. Nicotine replacement therapy is necessary and should be used for longer durations than recommended. You should talk to a doctor and consider antidepressants like Zyban. The doctor may also prescribe Chantix, although it has many side effects and is not necessary. There are also natural remedies that can be a big help in supplementing medicines. A smoking cessation group is a good idea for support and information.
- Nicotine Replacement Therapy
And 2 of:
- Quit Tea
- Other Natural Remedies
And 1 of:
- Group Therapy
- Behavior Modification
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*You should research all options.