Every quit is different, just as every tobacco addict is different. Quitting depends on motivation and preparation, and its level of difficulty can be affected by many factors such as degree, frequency and duration of tobacco use, age and general health of the quitter, metabolism, physical activity, environment, partners and family, support network, peer group, etc. Kind of like trying to figure which is easier, jogging or swimming?
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- Is there a savings calculator for quitting smokeless tobacco?
- Wouldn't it be better if I substitute dip for some of my cigarettes?
- Is smokeless tobacco as dangerous as smoking?
- Why are there different names for smokeless tobacco?
- Where did smokeless tobacco come from?
- How popular is smokeless tobacco compared to smoking?
- What are the danger signs of smokeless tobacco-related disease?
- How much nicotine is in an average dose of smokeless tobacco?
- How much nicotine is in a can of smokeless tobacco?
- Is smokeless tobacco as addictive as cigarettes?