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Increased Work Stress My Cause Less Smoking

Posted Apr 18 2010 12:00am

For years it has been thought that increased work stress causes more smoking and more dependence on nicotine. However, a new study shows that workers who experience job-related stress are likely to smoke less than they normally would, and so have a lower dependence on nicotine. Long working hours and strict company smoking rules cause the decrease. A heavy workload and more deadlines may cause employees to smoke less throughout the day leaving them the opportunity to smoke only in their spare time. If you are looking to quit smoking, being very busy at work may be an easier way to cut down the number of cigarettes per day to eventually quit

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