Re-Learn Addiction

How Nicotine Addiction Works

So you’ve learned a few things about Re-learning Habit.  And you’ve made it through the first part of re-learning life without cigarettes — how to deal with all of the habits you connect with lighting up. But smoking is more than just a series of “bad habits."  It's a physical addiction.

So let’s talk about re-learning what you know about addiction. Few people realize how the nicotine in cigarettes actually changes their brain. Dr. Richard Hurt from Mayo Clinic’s Nicotine Dependence Center is a leading expert in the field of smoking cessation. In the videos below, Dr. Hurt explains the physical nature of addiction to cigarettes and just how powerful it can be. He’ll also tell you how medication can DOUBLE your chances of quitting smoking and help you pick the right one for you. Lots of people say they don’t want to use medication to quit smoking, because they think it’s something they should do on their own with just their willpower. Or they’ve tried a medication before and don’t think it worked. If you’re one of those people, all we can say is trust us on this. Just hear what Dr. Hurt has to say and then make up your mind.

Quit Smoking Aids: Nicotine Nasal Spray

Nicotine spray gets nicotine into your system faster than other medications. It can be a little more difficult to use, but some ex-smokers like to start off with it because it helps fight those cravings more quickly. The spray also requires a prescription.

Can't see the video? Don't stress! Dr. Hurt videos are available to view on the desktop site.

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