More Exercise Helps Depressed Smokers Quit Faster

More Exercise Helps Depressed Smokers Quit Faster
(Montreal) -- Exercising more may help depressed smokers quit faster. Recent research shows depressed smokers need twice as much nicotine in a day. They also have a harder time kicking the habit. Canadian scientists found exercise reduces the compulsion to smoke. This proved true even with basic activities like brisk walking. Researchers say exercise should be worked into any quit-smoking plan.