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A study found women who did yoga for 2 months were more likely to quit for good than those who did simple stretching exercises. That’s because yoga includes deep breathing and being “in the moment,” which helps cut nicotine cravings by lowering anxiety and lifting a person’s mood. So if you’re trying to quit smoking, practice yoga twice a week for a couple months, and you’ll be far more likely to succeed.

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