New Markets Research Report Added In MarketsResearchReports.Biz Reports Database Medicines for Smoking Cessation Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2012 - 2018
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/09/2013 -- Smoking is the practice of inhaling or tasting of smoke released when a substance is burned. The most common substance used for smoking is tobacco while the cannabis and opium are also smoked often by people however less commonly. Most common smoking implement is cigarettes followed by pipes, bidis, hookahs, cigars and vaporizers. Smoking is considered as a serious threat to human health due to its risk associated with medical conditions such as heart diseases, pulmonary diseases, respiratory disorders, infertility, osteoporosis and cancer.
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The primary cause for smoking is the gap between the lifestyles of different social classes. Curing of smoking related diseases is possible and because of intense health related concerns, primary health care providers are increasingly taking efforts for promoting cessation of smoking in patients. Prior to the initiation of smoking cessation therapy, important factors to be considered include patient’s willingness to opt for therapy, its medical history, previous experience with anti-smoking aids, and other patient characteristics such as contraindications, depression history and level of smoking.
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It is often recommended that pharmacologic therapy should be combined with appropriate behavioral counseling to the patient in order to enhance cessation rates in long term. Common anti-smoking aids include prescription drugs, over-the-counter products, nicotine replacement therapy, nicotine receptor partial agonist and antidepressant therapy along with counseling, encouragement and support or referral to quit smoking and programs for the same.
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