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    Chantix - Smoking in my car...help
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    Alzinny posted:
    I've been taking Chantix for 3.5 weeks now and the only place I still have a difficult time with is my car. I have NO cravings at home, work, when stressed, after eating...none of the cravings I used to get, but when I get in my car...I just can't stop. Any advice?
     
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    Dat_me responded:


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    roshan007 responded:
    Hi Alzinny, I think your main problem is about the habit not the addiction to nicotine. So, in my opinion, to break the habit, the best means is Hypnotherapy. It deals directly to your sub-conscious mind, the part of your brain that controls habit. Good-luck!


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