The Gum. The Patch. The E-Cig. Cold Turkey.
The answer is, there is no easy way to quitting tobacco if you're a habitual user. It helps to understand why a tobacco-user is addicted to tobacco and the largest contributing factor to this is nicotine dependence. Nicotine produces physical and mood-altering effects in your brain which are temporarily pleasing. These effects make you want to use tobacco (naturally containing nicotine) leading to dependence. At the same time, stopping tobacco use causes withdrawal symptoms including irritability and anxiety which usually leads to more tobacco use just to have that pleasing, "normal" feeling back.
The most popular form of tobacco use is cigarette smoking where, in addition to nicotine dependence, smokers form habits such as smoking whilst drinking coffee or alcohol, smoking after eating, smoking while waiting for the bus, smoking while sitting in traffic, etc. Learning to go about your daily life without a cigarette in hand or mouth can be a difficult part of the quitting-smoking process. For this reason vaping, which closely mimics the act of tobacco smoking, has become a popular alternative for many tobacco smokers. Vaping also allows for use of nicotine-free or varying doses of nicotine and flavors, depending on your preference.
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