Stress-related expectations about smoking cessation and future quit attempts and abstinence - a prospective study in daily smokers who wish to quit☆

@inproceedings{SkovEttrup2017StressrelatedEA,
  title={Stress-related expectations about smoking cessation and future quit attempts and abstinence - a prospective study in daily smokers who wish to quit☆},
  author={Lise Skrubbeltrang Skov-Ettrup and Kia Kejlskov Egan and Peter Dalum and Janne Schurmann Tolstrup},
  booktitle={Preventive medicine reports},
  year={2017}
}
Smokers who wish to quit may refrain from doing so if they expect to experience more stress after haven given up. We test if stress-related expectations about smoking cessation are associated with quit attempts and abstinence among smokers who are motivated to quit. The study included 1809 daily smokers in Denmark in 2011-2013. Stress-related expectations (do you think you will be more, less or equally stressed as a non-smoker?) were measured at baseline. Quit attempts, 30-day point prevalence… CONTINUE READING

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