Changes monitored in Brain Activity can help to relay who can successfully quit Smoking

December 4, 2014 2:37 AM

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Changes monitored in Brain Activity can help to relay who can successfully quit Smoking

Research carried out on Brain activity of smokers can help to identify which smokers would successfully be able to quit smoking for the good. This would eventually lead to the development of new and effective remedies for the smokers who want to quit.

Smokers who reunite with their smoking habits just under seven days of their quitting date reveal signs of disruptions in working memory systems during abstinence as compared to those who successfully part ways with their old smoking habits. These findings are of utmost value as they can help to dis...

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