Negative Correlation Between Nicotine Dependence with Stress

Posted by Donny Christian Monday, January 7, 2013 0 comments

After surveying 197 smokers employees to see the correlation between stress at work and the level of nicotine dependence, Professor Anna Schmidt from the University of Cologne found that high levels of stress at work instead reduce dependence on cigarettes.

By applying the method Fargestrom Test of Nicotine Dependence, a nicotine dependence level measuring device which has been internationally recognized and validated, obtained surprising results. Relationship originally expected proportional apparently opposite. Workers with high stress levels at work smoke less and has a lower level of dependence on nicotine.

All this time, there is this assumption that people who are stressed identical with smoking as an escape to release stress. But it was not always the case, even the higher stress also diminishing dependence on nicotine.

Furthermore, surveys have shown other factors that influence nicotine dependence, which are healthy living awareness, attitudes and religious practices, social status, higher levels of education, and marital status. (ScienceDaily)


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