For millions of Americans, quitting smoking is high on the list of New Year’s resolutions. Statistics indicate that fewer than one of every 10 former smokers manages to abstain from cigarettes for a full year, according to the University of Montreal.
According to a study published in Psychiatry Journal, women should pay attention to their menstrual cycle.
The study from the University of Montreal found that a woman’s menstrual cycle has a significant effect on nicotine cravings. In addition to either increasing or decreasing cravings, menstrual cycles have an effect on how intensely women experience their physical withdrawal symptoms.
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