Researchers may have pinpointed a reason many smokers struggle to quit. According to new research published in the journal Addiction, smokers with a history of anxiety disorders are less likely to quit smoking.
To read more about the study, visit Common anxiety disorders make it tougher to quit cigarettes (Oct. 25, 2010).
Anxiety disorders are common but they often also respond very well to non-medicaion treatments including psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. If you would like to learn more about getting treatment for anxiety, give us a call or complete our simple online intake form.
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