Quitting Smoking has never been easier!
Quitting smoking is one of the hardest things to do; however, it is one of the most beneficial steps you can take to better your health. Tobacco smoke contains a deadly mix of more than 7,000 chemicals; hundreds are toxic, and about 70 can cause cancer. People who stop smoking greatly reduce their risk for disease and premature death. Although the health benefits are greater for people who stop at earlier ages, quitting is beneficial at all ages.
The “Just Stop!” smoking cessation program is another integrated approach exclusive to our Wellness Center. The “Just Stop!” program utilizes Low Level Light Therapy, Herbal Supplementation and Homeopathy to help reduce stress, cravings and irritability.
Our program goes a step further by also helping to remove harmful toxins known to build in the blood, tissue and cells through habitual use of tobacco products. This can help you stop smoking not only short term but avoid longer term side effects related to smoking.
We start by stimulating specific acupuncture points on the body that are associated with cravings. The use of light triggers an endorphine and serotonin release that effectively and naturally calms the body, reducing stress and the irritability many patients experience during the first 72 hours of being smoke-free. The herbal supplement and homeopathy continue to help diminish and manage stress and cravings while also pushing the toxins that trigger the cravings out of body.
We understand that quitting smoking can be more difficult and more intense in cravings than those of a habitual heroin user. We are proud to offer the “Just Stop!” program and believe it is one of the best, most successful and easiest ways to “Just Stop!”.
How It Works
3 Visits over a one week period – Typically Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Use of the herbal product for 1 week in conjunction with the laser visits
Use of the homeopathy during the week of smoking cessation and then 1 month for each year of smoking
Each visit takes less than 10 minutes to complete. People considering this program should be committed to quitting and improving their long-term quality of life.