Multimodal assessment of the effect of chewing gum on nicotine withdrawal

  • Lee M. Cohena, Dana M. Brittb, Frank L. Collinsb, Mustafa al'Absid, Dennis E. McCharguee

Abstract

The present study was designed to evaluate the usefulness of chewing gum to reduce nicotine withdrawal, craving, and salivary cortisol concentrations during temporary nicotine deprivation. A total of 20 male smokers were studied under conditions when gum was and was not accessible during a 4-hour deprivation period. All subjects smoked an initial cigarette… (More)

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