London: Want to quit smoking? Exercise may cut nicotine cravings while also boosting your mood, according to a new study. Researchers led by the University of Exeter combined data from 19 previous clinical trials and found that a bout of exercise helped quitters reduce their nicotine cravings, a newspaper reported. "Certainly, exercise seems to have temporary benefits, and as such can be strongly recommended," Adrian Taylor, lead researcher said. In the trials used for the study, smokers were randomly assigned to either exercise - most often, brisk walking or biking - or some kind of `passive` activity, such as watching a video or just sitting quietly.
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