Research shows that there is 1 billion smokers in the world , 70% of them want to quit, 40% try to quit at least once a year, while only 5% succeed.
Why is the success rate so low? The answer is simple: existing smoking cessation techniques are ineffective.
Most of them are based on medicines, nicotine substitutes or willpower. Such methods rarely work, and the relapse rate is relatively high.
Still thinking about quitting in one day? Studies show this approach may not only cause physical discomfort, but serious mental health issues as well.