Few Succeed in Their Decision to Quit Smoking

by Savitha C Muppala on  August 19, 2011 at 8:05 AM Lifestyle News
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There are many in England who wish to give up smoking. The numbers trying to do so has gone up three times, yet the success rate has fallen from 53% to 49%.
 Few Succeed in Their Decision to Quit Smoking
Few Succeed in Their Decision to Quit Smoking

According to NHS Information Centre Chief Tim Straughan, the numbers that actually quit smoking is below 50%, even though there are thrice as many people who want to kick the habit.

This just proves that despite the huge numbers that want to quit smoking, giving up is a really tough task. It is important that smokers who want to quit have access to the best help possible.





Source: Medindia

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