What is Smoking Cessation?
Smoking cessation is the process of discontinuing tobacco use. Our smoking cessation program includes specialized treatments, and counseling for every patient.
Smoking Cessation Program
Any patient can be referred to the JBN clinic to enroll in the smoking cessation program if they want to quit smoking. Less than 10% of people who try to quit smoking without assistance are successful; the JBN clinic provides patients with the means and support needed to succeed in finally quitting.
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Patients may have numerous motivators to final kick the habit of smoking; some patients may have experienced a medical scare, loss of a loved one, or are just tired of all the negatives associated with smoking.
Whatever the reason may be for enrolling in smoking cessation, we can tailor a regime of medications, counseling sessions, medical therapies and recommend support systems to help patients finally be free from the addiction of smoking.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can You Use Medication To Quit Smoking?
There are prescription medications that your doctor can discuss with you as part of a smoking cessation program. The JBN clinic is one of many specialist medical clinics that prescribe a drug called CHAMPIX ; before making the decision to use CHAMPIX, patients should seriously consider using nicotine replacement therapy.
What is Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)?
Nicotine Replacement Therapy is a medically approved method of taking low doses of nicotine without tobacco as a means of improving the chances of quitting smoking. These products do not contain many of the harmful toxins found in cigarettes and lessening the cravings for nicotine, easing the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal.
How Long Does It Take To Complete a Smoking Cessation Program?
There is no set timeline for patients to quit smoking with the help of smoking cessation. The goal of smoking cessation is the improve the patients vascular and overall health by quitting smoking; the pace at which this occurs is completely depending on each patient.