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Medical institutions confirm glass pipes can quit smoking! The chance of quitting smoking is still v

  

  Medical institutions confirm glass pipes can quit smoking! The chance of quitting smoking is still very high! Smoking is now banned in many places, do you know? The editor of the middle school said that many students are smoking, and many students go to the toilet to smoke as soon as class starts. This is really harmful to health and is very addictive. "Speaking of which, in fact, many people have the habit of smoking now. How can we stop smoking? The following glass pipes agents tell you that according to research, glass pipes can stop smoking!

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  There is no evidence that glass pipes will affect people's chances of quitting smoking. This will only increase the success rate of smokers who want to quit smoking. "Research shows that jet water pipes can help smokers quit smoking without side effects in the short and medium term. The study came from the Cochran Cooperative Organization, and a medical research team said it had found evidence.

  Due to fashion and pollution-free, glass pipes are becoming more and more popular. In the United States alone, about 2 million smokers smoke glass pipes. But at the same time, glass pipes are also controversial. People question the safety of glass pipe and worry that it is harmful to health. It may also have a negative impact on smoking cessation services.

  Jamie Hartman-Boyce said: "From the limited information available, we can know that glass pipes containing nicotine can help smokers quit smoking." She comes from Oxford University and is one of the co-authors of Cochrane's smoking cessation study. "in terms of short-and medium-term data, jet water pipes have no serious side effects," she added.

  This is consistent with the results of Cochrane's first study in 2014.

  After conducting two randomized controlled trials on more than 660 people, they found that water pipe size chart containing nicotine increased the probability of smokers quitting smoking: 9% of smokers were able to quit smoking for at least 6 months; Only 4% of non-nicotine smokers can smoke glass pipes. However, it is not clear whether glass pipes are more effective than other methods such as nicotine patches.

  Cochran conducted 11 studies, but did not conduct a randomized controlled trial. Cochran said that the use of glass pipes for more than two years has not produced serious side effects. "The real good news about this study is that more relevant research is underway." Hartman-Boyce said, "I hope there will be more research to support our conclusion in the next few years.

  The British Medical Journal study selected 170,490 people over the age of 16 in the UK as the study subjects, of whom 23% used to smoke and 21% are still smoking. The study also analyzed data from the British National Health Service's smoking cessation service, which includes more than 8 million smokers.

  We estimate that about 580 out of every 10,000 smokers will successfully quit smoking and these people will not be able to quit smoking in other ways, "said RobertWest, professor of health psychology at University of London and co-author of the study. Researchers estimate that glass pipes will help 18,000 smokers quit smoking in 2015 alone. In addition, they believe that jet water pipe may become a substitute for reducing nicotine. However, they add that there is no clear evidence that jet water pipe can encourage smokers to quit smoking. Although jet water pipes has reduced the benefits of the smoking cessation service industry to some extent, it is still impossible to estimate the impact of jet water pipe on nicotine replacement therapy and smoking cessation service.

  There is no evidence that glass pipes will affect people's chances of quitting smoking. This will only increase the success rate of smokers who want to quit smoking. JohnBrighton, director of Nottingham University's Center for Tobacco and Alcohol Research, said there were several reasons for the decline in demand for smoking cessation services, including reducing media publicity and handing over smoking cessation services to local governments. He said: "Due to changes in public health service funding, smoking cessation services have been greatly reduced.

  At the same time, Brighton warned that Cochran's research was based on early glass pipes, which contained a small amount of nicotine. He believed that the newly developed glass pipes could improve the efficiency of quitting smoking. "there is no doubt that smoking is harmful to health," he said. If you can't quit smoking, but you can accept another form of nicotine, that's also good. The end result we hope to see is that smokers try to use glass pipes and then give up smoking completely as soon as possible. "。

  Deborah Arnold, chief executive of the charity campaign on smoking and health, said: "Overall, Cochrane and the British Medical Journal have further confirmed that the use of glass pipes will not stop smoking." In fact, according to British data, the use of glass pipes is related to the success rate of smokers in quitting smoking.