Smoking Cessation Counselling
Online Smoking Cessation
“ Tobacco consists of nearly 7,000 chemicals out of which 69 chemicals are carcinogens, i.e. cancer-causing toxic elements.”
Smoking cigarettes, bidi, or any other tobacco product is hazardous to one’s health as well as for life. Tobacco consists of nearly 7,000 chemicals out of which 69 chemicals are carcinogens, i.e. cancer-causing toxic elements. These toxic elements start rusting the internal organs like the lungs (in the case of cigarette/bidi/hookah) and start erosion of the mouth or teeth (in case of Khaini/soda/gutkha). Tobacco consumption is problematic because it consists of the nicotine which makes the person addicted and urges internal cravings for repeated use. Another problem is the cancerous disease as a result of this. Apart from this, smoking has been reported as the leading cause of heart diseases.
Signs And Symptoms
People using tobacco products are most likely seems to be hyper, unstable, sensation-seeker, and quite irritable. Other symptoms include:
How Could Counseling Help Me For Quit Smoking?
Quit Smoking Programme
What Does The Quit Smoking Programme Include?
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We have answers to common questions people ask
It usually depends on the severity of the person’s tobacco consumption, however, it may take from 2 to 5 sessions to completely cease off the smoking.
Yes, it helps but only in case where the person has a strong will-power.
One should expect from the counseling session a positive change in his/her behavior where he/she restrains oneself from hazardous tobacco product and adopt a healthy diet instead of that.
Negative perception that tobacco does not kill, unrealistic optimism that one can not be harmed, excessive use and reuse of tobacco products, and experiencing intense cravings such as headaches, head throbs, heart palpitation, sweating, irritation, or nervousness.
Therapeutic Approaches For Smoking Cessation
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Nicotine Replacement Therapy