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July 16, 2014

Quit Smoking Philadelphia

Quit Smoking 

 

Has smoking been holding you back? Do you feel like the need to smoke a cigarette has been holding you back from living the life you want? Does your bad habit interfere with your personal and family life? Are you tired of the foul breath, the yellow teeth and the lack of breath that smoking causes? Have you had enough, are you ready to quit? You have come to the right place. Here at Viva Healthy Life we offer many modern solutions to help you quit smoking for good. We are a holistic medicine center and we’re amongst the best places to go if you need help quitting smoking. Our unique treatment program  developed by Dr. Tsan Quit Smoking Philadelphia ranked #1 by MojoPages Fox29 TV Station for two years in a row.

 

Why should you attend the Quit Smoking Program?

 

Smoking has a wide range of health risks which increase the longer the smoker is exposed to cigarettes. Therefore it is important to quit before it’s too late.

Quit Smoking Philadelphia is the unique and most effective program for smoking cessation.

Smoking causes major damage to your body and your psychological self.  Contrary to popular belief smoking tends to cause stress, it does not relieve it.

Quit Smoking PhiladelphiaWhile the smoker is getting the nicotine from the cigarette which makes him feel like he or she is reducing the stress, the blood pressure actually increases which causes the smoker to experience a more anxiety when the nicotine wears off. Smoking cigarettes increases the effects of the stress and causes more severe side effects. Smoking has also proven to impair the smokers’ ability to drive. Smoking has proven to reduce the reaction time and reduce the ability of the muscles to contract. The ability of the smoker to judge time is also impaired.

In addition to these effects smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the United States. Smoking population in Philadelphia accounted for 17 percent of all deaths in 2010. While the number is much lower now than in the 1940’s when tobacco smoking was at its prime, smoking kills 1 in 10 adults worldwide. The severity of the situation is obvious you need to quit smoking, fast. Smoking is associated with a decline in physical function and ability which makes a smoker appear and act a couple of years older than he/she truly is. Smoking tobacco reduces the effectiveness of medications, such as pain relievers, sedatives, insulin, ulcer medication and antidepressants. When combined with contraceptives, tobacco may increase your risk of heart and blood-vessel disease and heart failure. Military studies show that the cadets in training who smoke have a 50 percent higher chance of injuring themselves than the cadets that do not smoke. Most of these injuries are sprain bone bruising and fractures. This is a result of the negative effects that the smoking has on the joints, muscles and bones. Smoking attributes a lot to muscle soreness. The carbon monoxide replaces some of the oxygen which has to be delivered to the muscles causing the muscles to tire quicker and develop more lactic acid. The lactic acid as a result crystallizes and causes muscle soreness. Smoking gradually decreases your bone density. Over the course of 10 years smoking can decrease the bone density by over 10 percent. The decrease in bone density increases the body’s risk for bone damage, breaks, fractures and arthritis.

Smoking has many other negative side effects. Smoking raises blood pressure and puts unnecessary stress on the heart. Eventually, the added stress on your heart can weaken it, making it unable to move blood to other parts of your body. The carbon monoxide inhaled with the cigarette smoke also contributes to a lack of oxygen. This added pressure increases the risks of various heart diseases, including heart attacks. Smoking reduces the amount of oxygen that is supplied to the cochlea, the snail-shaped part of the inner ear responsible for sending signals to the brain. This lack of oxygen can cause serious and permanent damage to the ear which may result in mild to moderate hearing loss.  Smoking can cause a ton of oral problems as well. Smoking takes a severe toll on your oral health and increase number of cavities in the mouth. Studies show that smokers need to visit the dentist much more than the average person. Smoking also increases the risk of developing gum disease, mouth sores and ulcers.  Smoking also increases the risk of mouth and throat cancer. Smoking is also known to cause many different types of cancer, while lung cancer is the most commonly known, smoking increases the smokers risk to over a dozen forms of cancer. These include cancers of the mouth, pharynx (upper throat), bladder, nose and sinuses, liver, pancreas, stomach, kidney, at least one type of ovarian cancer and some forms of leukemia. There is also evidence which supports the theory that smoking increases the risk of breast cancer in men and women alike.

Quit Smoking Philadelphia is the treatment program developed by Dr. Tsan

Mentioned above are only some of the reasons why Quit Smoking program became so popular and demanded. You might find it hard to quit, but Quit Smoking Philadelphia is the unique and simple program. The combination of ear acupuncture and homeopathy arranged under the nickname Quit Smoking Philadelphia significantly reduces urges for nicotine, while the hypnotherapy session make your minds believe that you are ok and feel great. After all, Philadelphia is at the top when it comes to the number of smokers in the city. Fortunately we are here to help you with our phenomenal system Quit Smoking. We are a holistic group that offers a variety of treatments that can help you and all of them combined in one individual treatment called Quit Smoking Philadelphia. We offer hypnosis, acupuncture, and homeopathy to help you quit smoking.  Hypnosis is a proven method to help people quit smoking. It has been proven to be as successful as the popular methods of quitting such as the nicotine gum or patch, and a lot more successful than the cold turkey method which many people often try.  During a hypnotic session performed by Dr. Tsan the patient is put in a trance during which he or she is advised to stop smoking. The instructions are then recorded by the patient’s subconscious mind. The hypnotic sessions remove the patients craving for cigarettes and eventually the patient forgets about the need to smoke. Another technique included in the program Quit Smoking Philadelphia is acupuncture. Studies show that acupuncture is among the best ways to quit smoking in the United States.  Acupuncture involves treating the patient by applying acupuncture needles to specific point on the body. Dr. Olga Selcova has over 17 years of experience and has helped dozens of people quit smoking through acupuncture treatments.  If you have an open mind on alternative medicine then acupuncture as a part of Quit Smoking in Philadelphia program at Viva Healthy Life might be the best choice for you to quit smoking. For those people that are scared of needles we propose another option. Homeopathy is another component of Quit Smoking in Philadelphia program. Homeopathy is very effective in reducing the patients craving for nicotine as well as the withdrawal symptoms. Dr. Tsan is a well-known homeopath and has over 35 years of experience.  He helped many patients overcome the addiction and the smoking withdrawal symptoms. Viva Healthy Life is one and the only place that provides this remarkable treatment Quit Smoking Philadelphia.

For more questions about the Anti-Tobacco program Quit Smoking in Philadelphia contact Dr. Tsan. To book appointment visit us at http://www.vivahealthylife.com/book-appointment/. Our initial consultation is always free so don’t wait start the quitting process today.

         

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