How To Quit Smoking ?
The Quit Smoking Program by Reboot Wellness is scientifically designed to help quit or reduce your smoking in a sustainable and healthy way. The program aims to help you leave the habit of smoking such that it doesn’t bring along any weight gain and yet revitalizes your body eventually.
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- Quit or reduce your smoking on a regular basis for long term
- Avoid any side effects that come with reduced smoking like weight gain through an expert planned approach
- Doctor Consultation - Medical consultation with a doctor to assess the medical issues.
- Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) - A medically-approved way to take nicotine by means other than tobacco.
- Psychotherapy - Counseling with focus on identifying negative thoughts and developing ways to break your smoking habit.
- Post-Recovery Peer Motivation - A WhatsApp group for continuous support up to 3 months.
- Session 1 - History Taking & Doctor Consultation & prescription of Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)
- Session 2 - Trigger identification & group education
- Session 3 - Strategies to overcome triggers & group education
- Session 4 - Plan of action to prevent relapse
Follow up - At end of 1, 3 months and 6 months respectively (On WhatsApp & in person)
- 4 Sessions
A single consultation for quit smoking would cost Rs. 1,500 (for online session) and Rs. 2,000 (for offline session)
The program cost for 4 sessions would be Rs 6,500 (for online sessions) and Rs. 9,500 (for offline sessions)
*This includes a doctor consultation as well as counselor sessions.
*Prescription of Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) will also be provided.
*Cost also includes support group membership for 1 month post program.
Watch Saloni Malhotra - Founder & Director, Reboot Wellness, talk about the vision behind Reboot
Quit Smoking - This is how most of the anti smoking campaigns will be titled. While a lot of these programs don’t really talk about the reasons to quit. For a person who wants to go smoke free, his/her set of reasons to do so are as important as the main task of quitting itself. It quite useful to make a list of all the reasons that drove you to become smoke free. Keep that list handy or stick it in in a places where you will see it often, like your car or where you are used to keeping your cigarettes. When you feel the urge to smoke, take a look at the list to remind yourself why you want to quit.
Health is definitely one of the biggest motivator for someone to quit. Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body. Some of these harmful effects are immediate, while some are long term. Nicotine from cigarettes could be as addictive as a high rated drug like Heroin. Nicotine addiction changes brain pattern and this is hard to beat. Over a period of time, your brain develops extra nicotine receptors to accommodate large doses of nicotine from tobacco. When the brain stops getting the nicotine it’s used to, the result is nicotine withdrawal. You may feel anxious, irritable, and have strong cravings for nicotine.
Why Quit Smoking ?
Why should you Quit Smoking?
Outrightly, health reasons are a prime factor anyone to be motivated to quit smoking. Brain functioning can be reset once you quit smoking and this, in long term, breaks the cycle of addiction. Nicotine receptors in brain tend to return to normal levels after a few weeks of being smokefree.
Other than health, which of course is a very important reason for anyone to quit smoking, cost is definitely another very relevant reason for anyone to quit. The amount of money being spent on buying cigarettes, when calculated, turns out to be quite a big number, which if saved, can lead you to explore other productive interest areas like travelling or watching live stand up comedy shows.
If fitness is an area of interest and you like to maintain a well toned body, smoking definitely harms your ability to workout and be physically fit.
India as a country faces a serious challenge in efforts to curb tobacco addiction. Nearly 14 percent of Indian youths, aged 13 to 15, smoke and more than 5,500 try tobacco for the first time every day. Tobacco use is especially high among low-income communities and many are beginning at age 10 or younger.
Reboot Wellness Quit Smoking Program is a scientifically designed program that helps you stop or reduce your smoking on a regular basis for long term thereby also avoiding any side effects that come with reduced smoking like weight gain through an expert planned approach The program has been categorized into three clear components that address the core issue from a medical approach, psychological perspective and finally keeps you motivated with peer group support.