What are the long-term benefits of stopping smoking? Stopping smoking reduces the risk of cancer and other diseases, such as heart disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), caused by smoking. People who stop smoking, regardless of their age, are less likely than those who continue to smoke to die from smoking-related illness:
• Stopping at age 30: Studies have shown that smokers who stop at about age 30 reduce their chance of dying prematurely from smoking-related diseases by more than 90 percent.
• Stopping at age 50: People who stop at about age 50 reduce their risk of dying prematurely by 50 percent compared with those who continue to smoke.
• Stopping at age 60: Even people who stop at about age 60 or older live longer than those who continue to smoke.
What is your motivation for wanting to stop smoking?
Health? Money? Family?
Researchers in the USA  conducted the largest meta-analysis (633 studies of 71,806 individuals) to find the most effective method to stop smoking and came to the following conclusions:
• Willpower – 5%
• Nicotine gum – (with side effects) up to 11%
• Nicotine patches – (with side effects) up to 13%
• Chantix / Champix – (with extreme side effects) 22%
• Acupunture – 25%
• Hypnotherapy – 60%
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Published in the Journal of Applied Psychology
In July 2009, the FDA slapped a so-called black-box warning on Chantix / Champix – the most serious warning possible – saying the drug “has been associated with reports of changes in behavior such as hostility, agitation, depressed mood, and suicidal thoughts or actions.”