Regular sessions of exercise have been found to be reducing the cravings of nicotine among smokers, who want to quite the habit. The British study, which has published in the journal Addiction, has revealed that exercise has proved to be quite beneficial in reducing the urge of smoking.
However, it has not been proved that whether smokers were able to final quite smoking or not. In order to reach at the above given result, the study researchers from the University of Exeter, UK, assessed as many as 19 previous studies.
Dr Adrian A Taylor, who is a professor at the University of Exeter, was of the view that after assessing all the previous studies, they have reached at a conclusion that exercise provides temporary benefits. Therefore, they would like to recommend the same to people, who want to kick the smoking habit.
In addition, an experiment was also taken out in which they asked people either to take up a physical activity or passive activity. It was being noticed that people, who have taken up physical exercise were less keen to smoke in comparison to people, who have adopted passive activity.
Dr. Taylor was of the view that there is a need to carry out a further study on the matter, so that the level of exercise can be known.
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