If you have decided to quit smoking, well, congratulations! It means you took the most important step. Because quitting smoking will be a lot easier to make this decision and feel ready and determined to do it. Even though they are aware of the harms of smoking, most people say that they just won’t be able to stop smoking, or simply don’t want to stop smoking.
The underlying reason for this is the fear of withdrawal syndrome. Well, the good news is; if you really want to abandon your smoking habit but desperately need help, you can quit smoking in one session with the bioresonance method. Plus, the success of quitting smoking with the bioresonance method is 85 percent in one session!
The only condition we seek in our patients applying us to quit smoking is that they really want to abandon their habit. Because there are two dimensions of smoking addiction: Psychological and physical. If you’re not psychologically ready to do this, you might first need some additional psychological intervention. If you would like to quit smoking and feel ready to do it, but still need support, you can get rid of this bad habit in just one session with bioresonance therapy.
The smoking cessation process with the bioresonance method starts with the patient’s determination and a psychological and physical examination. Additional psychological interventions are offered if necessary. Bioresonance is a member of energy medicine and is based on quantum physics. The smoking cessation process starts with reaching an energy balance in the body and cleaning the cellular stress caused by electromagnetic pollution.
The vibration through which the body recognizes cigarette is detected and this vibration frequency is inverted biophysically to send back to the body. So that the receptors in the body will reset the information regarding nicotine. This is the way of eliminating physical addiction. The statistics of patients quitting smoking at this point is 85 percent. Although very rare, any kind of problem can be solved with support programs.
In terms of psychological addiction, it’s important to change the habits of daily routine. For some patients, keeping hands busy is a problem. In these situations, telling beads, spinning pens, playing with a stress ball can be the alternatives for smoking. Some people consider smoking an inseparable part of the conversation. It would be convenient to hang out in places where smoking is forbidden, meet people who don’t smoke at least for a while, and expect the understanding and support of family members and the inner circle. Also, recovering smokers can offer themselves treats. They can buy presents for themselves, go to their favorite restaurant, and take a trip using the budget allocated for smoking. They can also achieve psychological self-support by reminding themselves of their least favorite things about smoking.