TOBACCO USE AND NICOTINE WITHDRAWAL AMONG PATIENTS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS

Yazan Al-Mrayat
People with mental illness (MI) are disproportionately affected by tobacco use compared to the general population. In fact, it is estimated that people with MI consume approximately 44% of cigarettes smoked in the United States. Moreover, the MI population is at greater risk for the negative social, economic, and health consequences associated with tobacco use and are reported to have 25-year shorter life expectancies than the general population. The impact of tobacco use is further...
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