Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Mar 13 2014
On average, quitting smoking was associated with improvements in mental health similar to taking an antidepressant drug, a team of UK researchers found.
“The main message is that when people stop smoking, they feel better than they did when they were smoking,” Dr. Paul Aveyard, one of the review’s authors, told Reuters Health.
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