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Stopped nicotine years ago, get stressed and tensed, increased tendency to start nicotine. Suggestions?

I had a habited of smoke and love to enjoy any nicotine stuff for three years with daily consumption of these kind of stuff very much.slowly I was not enjoyed with this stuff or maybe I was suffering in bad health or very weak.After that I tried to avoid it by doing meditation for improving my self confidence to control over those bad habits.And I was successfully control myself from last five years without been touch with those stuff.But when I feel stress and any tension enviroment my tendency for nicoten again increase and sometime I want to start those stuff again. please advise what to do?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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Thanks for your query. I would like to complement you for your efforts to quit smoking. There are multiple medical strategies available including nicotine chewing gums and bupropion. Additionally, relapse prevention and motivation enhancement strategies can be used to help you. Hence, i would suggest you undergo an evaluation by a substance use deaddiction specialist and try out the above strategies. All the best.
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Answered: Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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