Acu-Quit ™ can assist your desire to quit smoking. Some can quit smoking cigarettes cold turkey, others need a little help. Some need a lot of help.
The failure to understand the difference between physical and psychological addiction is the reason why most people fail to stop smoking.
To successfully quit smoking you need to understand how the addiction took control over your body and mind. This is one of the keys to ensure your success!!!
The Acu-Quit ™ acupuncture detoxification method is simple. A painless auricular acupuncture process elevates endorphin levels to stop your craving using specific points of the ear. Benefits of AcuDetox are:
- 100% Natural
- Stops Craving
- Lessens irritability and restlessness
- Stops Jitters
- Jump Start the Healing Process
- Helps Detoxify the Body
- Increases Relaxation
- High Success Rate
Among the benefits reported by clients and clinicians are a more optimistic and cooperative attitude toward the process of quitting; reduction in cravings, anxiety, and sleep disturbance; and a reduction of the need for pharmaceuticals.
Treatment will elevate endorphins (happy hormones) in your body to a level that will suppress your cravings and takes away stress and withdrawal symptoms.
The protocol is known by several names including: NADA AcuDetox™ protocol, acupuncture detoxification, five point ear acupuncture, and five point protocol. The needles sit in the ear while the patient sits quietly. The needles are removed and the session is over.
Acu-Quit ™ Follow Up
Some people find they only need one session to walk away from cigarettes.
Others need several sessions and a few come back for maintenance sessions even though they’ve been smoke free for a week, or even a month, just to reinforce their new habit.
Research proves that it takes 28 days to instill a new habit. Whether it’s flossing your teeth, doing your homework or becoming smoke free, the new habit needs to be reinforced daily to make it entrenched.
We encourage attendees to use any and all of the tools we offer to successfully transition from smoking to non-smoking.