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Would you like to stop smoking?
There are so many reasons not to smoke, yet it is one of the hardest addictions to give up.
Maybe you have already tried and keep going back to it.
Here is a new and natural solution for you. Get 39% off the ultimate stop smoking programme! Normally €360 now only €220
The programme consists of 3 face to face coaching sessions with a PhD Qualified Respiratory Physiotherapist, along with the provision of an evidence based herbal product proven to reduce the urge to smoke - Cytisine.
That's under 75€ per session including the Cytisine to stop those cravings!
About Rachel Garrod, PhD Qualified Respiratory Physiotherapist
Rachel has been a respiratory physiotherapist for over 30 years. She was associate professor at St George's University School of Physiotherapists. She was a clinical and research lead for many years and supported a number of PhD students. Her PhD is in the field of respiratory physiotherapy. In the UK she supported people with proven stop smoking strategies and delivered exercise for people with respiratory disease.
Rachel has been on the Coast for 5 years now and works privately and with High Care hospital, Atlantic Clinic and Triay Biomedical Centre where she looks after people with breathing problems and also offers her unique stop smoking service.
The medication, Cytisine is included as part of the programme, she supplies it along with instructions for use. Cytisine acts on the brain in a very similar manner to nicotine but blocks the nicotine receptors so reducing the urge to smoke. Also she will provide behavioural support in order to help change patterns of habit.
This treatment is generating interest among the scientific world. From the seeds of the “Golden Rain Tree” (Cytisus Laburnum) is a product that has been in use for over 50 years in eastern Europe and during World War II, Russian soldiers even called it “false tobacco”.
This plant-based product has been recognised as the closest substance to nicotine and is called cytisine. In the brain it acts just like nicotine and stimulates the release of pleasure chemicals such as dopamine, which means that withdrawal symptoms from nicotine are significantly reduced.
After a month, more smokers had stopped completely on cytisine compared to patches and after six months the cytisine group still showed clear benefit compared to patches. In other studies cytisine has been shown to double your chances of quitting compared to placebo (dummy tablet).
For best results cytisine should be taken as part of a behaviour change programme, incorporating education, peer support and behaviour change techniques. So, if you want to stop smoking this year, take a helping hand from nature!
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