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«100 Questions and Answers About How to Quit Smoking»





How successful are people who quit on their own?GinsengHow old should my child be before I talk to him or her about smoking?SnuffI have so many pleasant memories of smoking. How can I create unpleasant memories about it?What is meant by a "safe" cigarette?Why is group therapy as important as anti-tobacco drug therapy ?What was the effect of the lobbying efforts of the flight attendants union on the rules about smoking on airlines?Results Regarding the Effectiveness of These Programs ConflictWhat is the difference between a "slip" and a "relapse"?What is the Master Settlement Agreement?What are the differences between men and women regarding rates of tobacco use, history of tobacco use, and their health risks?I don't like gaining weight when I stop smoking. Why do I gain weight? What can I do about it?What are the physiological effects of nicotine?African AmericansFIVE. Associated ConditionsAre the mentally ill more at risk of addiction to nicotine?Acetylcholine Receptor SubtypesWhat have been the results of the Master Settlement Agreement since the settlement occurred?Asian AmericansNative American TeensThe Five A's Model for Treating Tobacco Use and DependenceCigarettesThe Nicotine PatchWhat screening tools are used to diagnose addictive smokers?Are there 12-stepprograms for cigarette smokers, like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)?What are the differences in the rates of tobacco use among different ethnic groups?Ten Key Guideline RecommendationsWhat is my healthcare professional's role in my smoking cessation?What is the mission of the FDA, especially in regard to tobacco ?How do I know if my child will become a smoker?Biological DifferencesPREVENTIONPsychological TraitsThe No Tobacco Use Program (TNT Program)Somatic Nervous SystemWhat can I do to avoid "triggers"?What is Bupropion SR?What are tar and nicotine?How can smoking affect my baby during pregnancy?Can you list all of the specific diseases associated with smoking?The ElderlyGender Differences in Diseases Found in SmokersWhy did it take so long to determine that smoking was addictive?What is Chantix?What is the history of tobacco use?Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)How do chemicals such as nicotine work in the brain?What are the success rates of smokers who quit "cold turkey" and those who quit by participating in a smoking cessation program?Why do people use tobacco?Nicotine Nasal SprayPipesWhat are the mortality rates from smoking in the United States? Worldwide?What is the legal age to smoke?Nicotine LozengeWhat are the chemicals in tar that are carcinogenic, and how do they cause cancer?How many times does a typical smoker quit throughout his or her life?What are the psychological effects of nicotine?What are the differences in the smoking habits at different ages, from children to the elderly?Are there herbal remedies for smoking cessation?What are the rights of smokers and nonsmokers?NicotineCultural and Spiritual FactorsHow successful will I be at quitting smoking?GlossaryWhat are some of the medication aids, notably the nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs), to smoking cessation ?What is the prevalence of tobacco use?Should I enroll my child in a prevention program?What is "the vicious cycle of addiction to tobacco and nicotine"?FOUR. TreatmentWhat is Healthy People 2010? Is smoking cessation included in its national goals?What are the different ways in which tobacco is consumed?Can smoking cessation be done "one-on- one" with a counselor or health educator, or must it be in a group?How does smoking affect the liver?What is addiction ?Can I become addicted to any of the drugs used to assist a person to quit smoking?KavaWhat are some of the important chemicals making up tar? How do these chemicals affect the brain and the body?Native American WomenDoes insurance pay for any of the smoking cessation programs or products?Men and WomenTHREE. Risk, Prevention, and EpidemiologyIs tobacco a drug?What are the rates of smoking between socioeconomic groups and educational levels ?LobeliaAre there different "types" of smokers, for example casual smokers versus chain smokers? Are there personality or physiological differences between types of smokers?How dangerous is nicotine?Where can I find more information?HispanicsWhat are the medical consequences of tobacco use?Nonsmoker's RightsIs it ever too late to quit?Why has there been so much controversy regarding cigarette smoking as being addictive?Prevention and Smoking Cessation ProgramsWhat is tobacco?What is cognitive behavioral therapy and how is it helpful?ASPIREAre there any health benefits to tobacco or nicotine?RISKDoes my risk for a specific illness related to smoking change after I quit smoking?What other non-NRTmedication therapies are available, if any?If I am addicted to tobacco, will I be predisposed to other addictions?What are my chances of recovery from smoking-related diseases such as cardiac disease, lung cancer, chronic pulmonary disease (including emphysema), and stroke?How much does a smoking cessation program cost?Autonomic Nervous systemIn case I can't get in touch with my buddy or family members, is there a 24-hour hotline I can call?What anti-tobacco education is being done in the schools? How effective are programs such as DARE?Native Americans and Alaskan NativesWhat are the success rates of the five nicotine replacement therapies alone and in combination with other forms?What risk factors contribute to people smoking?The Twelve Steps of Nicotine AnonymousWhat is meant by "tobacco is a gateway drug"?What are the qualifications of professionals who run smoking cessation groups?Are there any long-term psychological or emotional symptoms that I should expect long after I stop smoking?What are the recommendations for when you should take medication in order to quit smoking?What are the other prevention programs for children?Herbal RemediesSIX. Special PopulationsWhat are the risks of secondhand or environmental smoke?What are the success rates of the non-NRT therapies?What is the "Great American Smoke Out"?Smoker's RightsWhat are the current trends in quitting smoking?What is the current trend in smoking cessation treatment?The Youth Tobacco Prevention Policies and Programs in Schools and Communities, developed by The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)How does smoking affect breast milk?How does smoking alter DNA?TarWhy do I need to gain support from family, friends, and others to succeed?DEDICATIONONE. The BasicsHow do I know if I am addicted to nicotine?How can smoking be an addiction but at the same time be different from drugs we normally associate with addiction?How long does it take to become addicted to tobacco?How have the Surgeon General's Reports affected the smoking habits of Americans?My spouse is a heavy smoker who refuses to get help to quit. What should I do?What are the Surgeon General's Reports?Chewing TobaccoNicotine GumWhat are the benefits of enrolling in a smoking cessation program, and what is the average length of stay of a smoking cessation program?What is the suicide risk associated with the anti-smoking drug Chantix?Am I eligible for any legal compensation for a smoking-related illness since the MSA?If I don't inhale will I have less of a chance of getting a disease, such as lung cancer?What effects does the Internet have on the tobacco industry and cigarette sales and on teen smoking?Nicotine InhalerEPIDEMIOLOGYBidisWhat can I do to ease any residual psychological or emotional pain short of taking medication?Differences in Gender-Specific Health RisksFemalesTWO. DiagnosisMalesHookahsCigarsHow do I talk to my child about smoking?The American Stop Smoking Intervention (ASSIST)What are the physiological changes taking place during withdrawal?What are the laws regulating tobacco?Where does nicotine act on the nervous system?SEVEN. SurvivingThe Twelve Traditions
 
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