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Is there any medecide to help quit smoking? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 25-Mar-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Smoking and Alcohol Addiction
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User:I have asked earlier "i have throat iching whenver try to sleep....its ok all other time."
User:i used to smoke 5-6 cigrettes a day, does this also leads to throat itching situation
Doctor:oh yes, it does
User:Is there any medecide to help quit smoking. what all tests i can conduct to dignose what damage has been caused to my body.
Doctor:smoking definitely causes itching of the throat
Doctor:You can try nicotine patches or chewing gums to help quitting smoking
Doctor:Varenicline is one drug that is helpful in smoking cessation
Doctor:You could try this as well
Doctor:You can do a comprehensive health check up of your whole body
User:if i quit today, can the damege be recovered?
User:can lungs be beck to normal
Doctor:it would take 5 yrs from now to return to non smoke zone
User:does Breething excercise also help in recovering
Doctor:yes, deep breathing exercises help
User:ok, many thanks
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
Doctor:do you have any more queries?
User:no thanks
Doctor:all right
Doctor:wish you good luck and good health
Doctor:Take care
Doctor:Bye for now
User:hanks :)
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