Non-invasive brain stimulation – a modern approach to improved therapy of nicotin addiction?

      Smoking is among the leading causes of mortality world-wide. After discontinuing smoking life expectancy can increase up to the initial level. Unfortunately, unaided attempts are often ineffective, hence strengthening the necessity of cognitive behavioral, nicotine replacement or pharmacotherapy. Even then, however, relapse rates are high.
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