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Help Your Partner Quit Smoking
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If your partner is trying to quit smoking, there are many ways you can help. However, a much smaller percentage of smokers are successful. Despite the difficulties in quitting, 40 percent of those who are successful attribute their successes to having support. Consider the ways you can help your partner quit. Many smokers already know the risks that this habit entails. Still, the increased risks of lung cancer and heart disease are often not enough.
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Research in other domains has revealed that individuals in cold states often underestimate the impact of being in a hot state on their own future behavior. In a study testing whether this is true of cigarette craving, 98 smokers were assigned to one of three conditions: hot during a high-craving first session, they made predictions about a high-craving state in a second session , cold during a low-craving first session, they made predictions about a high-craving state in a second session , and comparison they experienced a high-craving session only. As predicted, in contrast to smokers in the hot group, smokers in the cold group underpredicted the value they would place on smoking during the second session. Results support the existence of a cold-to-hot empathy gap in smokers and help to explain diverse aspects of tobacco addiction. Although craving has long been hypothesized to play a role in addiction Niaura et al.
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