Advanced Stop Smoking in One Hour program is now available in Fort Myers

Advanced Stop Smoking in One Hour

The Advanced Stop Smoking in One Hour program is now available in Fort Myers, Florida! This scientifically proven program boasts an impressive 96.3% success rate, surpassing alternative methods such as cold turkey (5% success), nicotine patches (10%), medications (18%), and other hypnotherapists (20% to 35% success rate).

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Who (the World Health Organization) unfortunately is still recommending very bad advice for smokers wanting to quit. Everything they promote in the article below is proven to fail the vast majority of time. If you click the link to read the full article, you will notice the complete lack of citing any scientific research.

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Combining pharmacotherapy with behavioural interventions significantly increases quitting success rates. Countries are encouraged to provide these treatments at no or reduced cost to improve accessibility, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.

WHO recommends varenicline, Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), bupropion, and cytisine as effective treatments for tobacco cessation.

In 2023, WHO initiated a prequalification procedure for medicinal products against disorders caused by tobacco use to improve global access to recommended tobacco cessation medications. In April 2024, Kenvue’s nicotine gum and patch became the first WHO-prequalified NRT products.

WHO recommends behavioural interventions, including brief health worker counselling (30 seconds to 3 minutes) offered routinely in health-care settings, alongside more intensive behavioural support (individual, group, or phone counselling) for interested users. Additionally, digital interventions such as text messaging, smartphone apps, and internet programmes can be used as adjuncts or self-management tools.

WHO encourages health-care providers, policy-makers, and stakeholders to adopt and implement this guideline to promote tobacco cessation and improve the health of millions of people in need worldwide. 

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