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Table 1 Questions used to assess response to body scan and isometric exercises

From: A pilot randomised controlled trial of the feasibility of using body scan and isometric exercises for reducing urge to smoke in a smoking cessation clinic

Question   Response options
Weekly assessment  
1 If you have experienced urges to smoke, how often have you done the isometric exercises? Almost always with every urge, a lot of the time, some of the time, a little of the time, never used it
2 If you have used the isometric exercises, how have they affected the urges to smoke? Reduced the urges, slightly reduced the urges, did not affect the urges, slightly increased the urges, increased the urges
3 If you have experienced the urges to smoke, how often have you done a body scan? Almost always with every urge, a lot of the time, some of the time, a little of the time, never used it
4 If you have used the body scan, how has doing the body scan affected your urges to smoke? Reduced the urges, slightly reduced the urges, did not affect the urges, slightly increased the urges, increased the urges
Overall evaluation  
  Will you carry on using the isometric exercises or body scan? Yes/no
  Did you find the isometric exercises and body scan easy to fit into your life? Easy to fit in my life almost always, easy to fit in my life most of the time, sometimes easy to fit in my life, rarely fitted into my life, never fitted into my life
  Would you recommend isometric exercises or body scan to a friend trying to stop smoking? Yes/no