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Tobacco cessation: Coping & Withdrawal Mechanism

Tobacco cessation is a challenging journey, but with effective coping mechanisms, dealing with cravings and withdrawal symptoms becomes more manageable. Identifying triggers and avoiding them can help overcome intense cravings, while distractions like hobbies and activities divert attention from the urge to smoke. Seeking support from loved ones and engaging in regular exercise are essential for maintaining motivation and reducing stress during this process. Professional counseling and nicotine replacement therapy can also aid in addressing withdrawal symptoms. Staying mindful, setting achievable goals, and visualizing a healthier, smoke-free future reinforce commitment to quitting. With patience and resilience, one can successfully navigate through the cessation process and embrace a tobacco-free life.

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Dr.Sonu Goel & Dr. Rakesh Gupta
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Dr.Sonu Goel & Dr. Rakesh Gupta

Professor Department of Community Medicine & School of Public Health, PGIMER PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH, STRATEGIC INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION & RESEARCH (SIPHER)

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