Women Who Drink Are Likely To Face Problems in Quit Smoking
Date: 18th February 2013
A new study from the University Of Texas School Of Public Health reveals that if women who are addicted to drinking try to quit smoking, they have more chances of relapse.
As the study progressed, researchers found out that women who drink to deal with the stress caused by their attempts to stop smoking, may have more cravings for smoking.
The knowledge of this effect on women may encourage strategies to assist drinkers who are enticed to resume smoking.