Study: Perceived stress levels are higher among smokers

A study of 469 smokers found that the perceived stress levels in those who stayed abstinent for one year were significantly lower compared with those who tried and failed to quit the habit. Researchers say abstainers might be experiencing less stress because they no longer have uncomfortable nicotine cravings that often cause stress.

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