Clinical Assistance through Smoking Cessation Therapy Melbourne

by Cas Willow on June 29, 2016

According to statistics around 16% of Australians smoke and 75% of the smokers want to stop the habit. Smoking kills more than 42 Australians everyday and nearly half the number will succumb to a smoking-related disease. It is the biggest cause of premature death and preventable disease in Australia.  Smoking cessation interventions can be an immediate and affordable way of reducing ill health. If a client decides to quit before the effects of smoking kick in, they will enjoy both the immediate and long-term health advantages. Smokers are always advised to stop and yet, often they need and are not offered help and access to a smoking cessation clinic for behavioural support.  Smoking Cessation Therapy Melbourne helps retrain clients subconscious minds so they do NOT feel the desire for cigarettes, because quitting is simple however staying away from cigarettes, can be the difficult part, as that is the part that is out of our control. What the ongoing support and education offers is the skills to manage those parts that are out of the ex-smokers control.

Smoking cessation is linked to considerable medical advantages for all clients. Smokers who drop the habit can be expected to live longer and are less likely to develop tobacco-related diseases, including cancer, coronary heart disease, and pulmonary disease. Smokers also benefit from quitting smoking even after the development of smoking-related diseases, such as coronary heart disease or COPD.

Common methods used on clients in these clinics begin by counselling and medication, or both can be applied. When selecting medication, a client is advised that they may use prescription or non-prescription nicotine replacement therapies. Non-prescription products are, nicotine patches, gum, and lozenges, on the other hand nicotine nasal sprays and inhalers can not be given without a doctor’s prescription. There are also effective non-nicotine medications available that can be used. Before deciding on a medication, clients are advised to seek advice and discuss potential side effects with a physician.  This is a vital step for pregnant or breastfeeding women and minors.

When seeking smoking cessation counselling or hypnotherapy to assist in abstaining from smoking, there are several options to choose from. This depends on the level of comfort of the client, they can opt for group counselling or hypnotherapy sessions or one-on-one programs. Some people may prefer sessions that do not involve meetings. The best results are achieved when the session is tailored to the individual, so one-on-one sessions return statistically higher results for this reason.

Our clients usually have questions.  They would love to know if certain therapies are suitable for them, they want to know how smoking affects their bodies and the withdrawal symptoms.  Female clients also want to know the effects of smoking while pregnant or breastfeeding.   Dedicated and professional staff at these clinics will always be attentive to their needs and provide them with answers to their satisfaction.

All you need to do is be willing and want to quit smoking, and be ready to do it for yourself, your health and other reasons associated to you.  Other people you cherish will also benefit when you give up smoking because they are also at risk if you continue, nonetheless most importantly,  you need to be doing this for yourself.   True, you can quit smoking for good and increase your chances of living a long, healthy, life, free from the life threatening effects  of cigarettes and tobacco.

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