#3 – Behavioral Therapy Might Be Effective
If you have never tried the behavioral therapy before, then, we strongly recommend it for you. This therapy is purely psychological and it can be done individually or in groups depending on what you actually prefer.
According to a study, researchers reveal that the reason why most smokers fail to quit smoking is that the majority of them depend on nicotine and view it as a tension reliever.
And here comes the role of this therapy which tries to provide smokers with all the behavioral support they need along with a combination of nicotine replacement therapy and non-nicotine medication. The latter combination was proved to do wonders and achieve some great result in the long term.
Behavioral therapy can be also conducted via phone or email, which is really good especially in those cases when smokers refuse or are too busy to attend face to face therapy sessions.