Researchers have long sought for answers on the best way to help people quit smoking. Often, it comes down to two options: quitting cold turkey or gradually tapering a smoking habit. But which one works better? “A lot of people think that the common sense way to give up smoking is to reduce the amount they smoke before quitting,” says Nicola Lindson-Hawley of the University of Oxford, who led a new study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine.
Most adults need at least seven hours to feel rested and ready to function for the day ahead. However, research conducted by the Sleep Health Foundation found that 33-45 per cent of Australian adults are sleep deprived most nights, leading to fatigue and irritability.