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For teenagers is not easier to quit smoking than for adult people
October 29, 2012
For teenagers who have begun smoking recently is the same difficult to quit as for adults, consider researchers from Brown University in USA.
According to their observations even those teenagers who have recently began smoking take hard quitting syndrome.
In the research girls and boys in the age of 13-19 years old participated. Experiments have shown that smoking teenagers, who have refused cigarettes during the day, have felt negative emotions and desire to smoke of the same power as adult smokers.
Scientists say that in spite of widespread opinion, teenagers with small smoking experience take hard smoking refusal. But if taking into consideration the fact that thirst for cigarettes, especially flavored, develops faster among teenagers, researchers recommend them not to start smoking at all.
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