Sunday, April 29, 2012

How to Quit Smoking - Using Tobacco Cessation

"How to Quit Smoking - Using Tobacco Cessation"," The Commission urges clinicians to use several new guidelines to reduce the use of tobacco.
 The research concluded that there are 7 treatments approved by the FDA as smoking cessation therapies that offer quit smoking help: bupropion SR, nicotine inhaler, nicotine gum, nicotine lozenge, nicotine patch, varenicline, and, nicotine nasal spray.
 It should be done with one or more of the above medications to offer proper quit smoking help.
 The TOLL FREE number is 1-800-QUIT-NOW.

A person who is dependent on tobacco is under a chronic condition that requires repeated counseling sessions.
 Therefore the sessions must be conducted in a phased manner to provide total or long term abstinence.
       Almost all clinicians should ask their clients or patients whether they smoke and in case of the answer being affirmative, they should ask them to quit smoking for speedy recovery.
       Many times, the smokers are not willing to quit smoking.

 As of now, there are very few insurance companies that cover the cost of such quit smoking aids and techniques.
 The research is still studying the options for use with children and adolescents

The research finally asks the counselors and other public service groups to dispel the myths associated with quit smoking cigarettes.

 Using these recommendations can help reduce the 5 million smokers who are likely to die by the next decade if they do not quit.