You can stop Smoking in as little as one hour!
Cigarette addiction has been compared to the drug users dependency on cocaine and heroin. Many products and programs have been touted as a “cure for smoking addiction”. The majority of smokers have tried these stop or quit smoking programs with not very good results. Most of these programs, including the “gum” and the “patch”, have been drug (nicotine) based. Common sense dictates that using Nicotine to cure a Nicotine Addiction is not an effective form of treatment.
Moncton’s Quit Smoking Treatment Centers deal with both the physical and psychological sides of the addiction. #1 Priority is the the physical side , the mental anguish of the with drawl symptoms.
The Physical Side: The laser therapist uses a soft laser to target energy points on the body. Focusing the laser beam on these areas causes the body to release natural chemicals called endorphins. Endorphins have a calming, relaxing effect on the body that helps to reduce nicotine craving and withdrawal symptoms. Some clients report a feeling a euphoria following a smoking cessation treatment with the laser. In addition to stimulating an endorphin release, the laser stimulates the body’s natural ability to detoxify the nicotine, getting the ex-smoker through the nicotine withdrawal more quickly.
The Psychological Side: The therapist will educate and counsel you on techniques, tips and helpful hints on how to beat the psychological issues. We will discuss the differences between physical and psychological craving.
Quitting smoking is the best thing you can do to improve your life and health. Any attempt to quit smoking will make you stronger. It’s never too late to reap the benefits, some of which happen within the first few days. With the right combination of practice, determination and support, you will be able to stop smoking for good!
Quit smoking and you’ll start feeling better within 24 hours. The minute you stop smoking, your body will begin cleansing itself of tobacco toxins. Two days after you quit, your risk of heart attack will start decreasing … and that’s just the beginning!
The longer you Quit Smoking, the better it gets: