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Association between family or peer views towards tobacco use and past 30-day smoking cessation among adults with mental health problems.

Adults with mental health problems have a higher risk of cigarette use in adults. To determine mental health, we used the Global Appraisal of Individual Needs Short Screener questionnaire. According to participants with negative or optimistic views regarding tobacco use, those with family or peers with neutral or optimistic views were 32% less likely to announce after 30-day smoking cessation than those with family or peers with negative beliefs about tobacco use. For those reporting symptoms on a single scale, the connection between family/peer attitudes towards nicotine use and cessation was statistically significant for people with symptoms on both internalizing and externalizing sub-scales, but not for those reporting symptoms on a single sub scale. According to our findings, family members or peers with neutral or optimistic views against nicotine use could impede the cessation attempts of people with mental health problems who smoke.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmedr.2022.101886


Smoking Cessation Efforts Among WISEWOMAN Program Participants, 2014-2018.

Smoking is a preventable risk factor for cardiovascular disease, minimizing the danger of cardiovascular disease prevention, according to the benefits of smoking cessation. This article examines WISEWOMAN's smoking use and cessation attempts. Among 71,671 unique women from all 21 WISEWOMAN funded recipients, an analysis was conducted to determine smoking status and other CVD risk factors. During their rescreening, women who were identified as still smoking during their first visit were referred to smoke cessation services and their smoking status was reconsidered. During the funding cycle, the overall smoking cessation rate was 16. 9%. The distribution of smoking cessation did not differ by race and ethnicity. Comparing to non-Hispanic American Indian/Alaska Native, non-Hispanic Black, and non-Hispanic White women, Hispanic women had a greater smoking cessation rate than non-Hispanic Hispanic Americans, non-Hispanic Black, and non-Hispanic White women. To reduce CVD risk, it is predicted that in the next iteration of the WISEWOMAN Initiative, more emphasis will be placed on achieving health equity among women who smoke in order to reduce CVD risk.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1089/jwh.2022.0125


COVID-19 and hookah smoking cessation among women in Southern Iran: A cross-sectional study.

In addition, the current research sought to determine if female smokers had a tendency to COVID-19 and hookah cessation. In Bandar Abbas, Iran's south of Iran, face-to-face interviews were conducted between November 2020 and January 2021 to discover the pattern of hookah use among 561 female hookah smokers. During the pandemic, thirteen percent of women were able to avoid hookah smoking effectively. In single women and as well as women with a high socioeconomic status, the odds ratio of hookah cessation was higher. It was also at an older age when women who started hookah smoking at an older age and those with no hookah smoking family member. Hookah smoke was reduced due to the fear of aggravated symptoms and reasons for cessation, which led to the closing of coffee shops and the removal of all hookahs from the area.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/15332640.2022.2097146


The effect of a real-world intervention for smoking cessation in Adults with and without comorbid psychiatric and substance use disorders: A one-year follow-up study.

Following a real-world intervention for nicotine cessation in a sample of 1,213 adults with nicotine use only, nicotine dependence, and a non-substance use disorder, or mental health disorder, a non-substance use disorder, and mental health problems were examined, the epidemiology of short-term abstinence and persistent abstinence demonstrated. The participants in this research found that CBT plus pharmacotherapy had a positive effect on smoking cessation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2022.114722


Residential treatment exclusively for smoking cessation in patients with Crohn's disease: Results from a pilot study.

Patients with a skewed smoking cessation program may have a more personal interaction with the patient and therapist, resulting in higher abstinence rates in a small group of patients. The purpose of this pilot study is to determine the possibility of establishing a residential program with hospital admission solely for patients suffering from CD.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.18332/tid/149481


Evaluation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander smoking cessation interventions with pregnant women in Australia: utilising a culturally appropriate tool.

The purpose of this essay was to investigate and evaluate three Australian projects with a focus on smoking cessation and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pregnant women, which were funded under the Australian Department of Health's Tackling Indigenous Smoking Innovation Grants Scheme. The aim was to determine the results of culturally appropriate smoking cessation assistance for pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. These Tackling Indigenous Smoking schemes about pregnancy intentionally and effectively embedded culturally based methodologies that wanted to work with the participants in culturally responsible ways, according to the report.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1071/PY22023

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