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Smoke Cessation Clinic

Addiction Management is the process of treating an individual for dependency on psychoactive substances.

Substances of abuse ranging from Tobacco (Nicotine), Alcohol, Marijuana, Opioids, Cocaine and crack cocaine, Benzodiazepines, Stimulants, Hallucinogens and some sleeping pills etc can lead to addiction and generally have effects on both the physical and mental health of the individual.

Management of each of these substances has some specific approaches and procedures excluded to its treatment and therapy.

Often times, users of substances say they want to quit but only very few can quit while most require support and treatment to quit.

Tobacco use (nicotine) is one of the most common addictive substances in the world and it is widely taken in different forms but are majorly contained in all Tobacco product such as cigarette, cigars, dip, snuff, snus, hookah, shisha, chewing tobacco and most e-cigarette.

Nicotine addiction is the second-leading cause of death worldwide and the leading cause of preventable death and smoking cigarette is the most common way of nicotine use and addiction.

Like other addictive substances and drugs of abuse, Nicotine is highly addictive and dangerous to the body.

What is a Smoke Cessation Clinic?

Smoke Cessation Clinic, is a special programme designed specifically to treat and manage holistically, individuals who are addicted to smoking cigarette and other forms of nicotine dependence.

This Clinic is run by professional smoke cessation coaches to help individuals who want to quit smoking cigarette and help individuals overcome any form of nicotine dependence.

Smoke Cessation Clinic offers treatment and management of cigarette addiction and any other form of nicotine dependence with evidence based approaches and procedures.

This clinic provides, support, care and individualized treatment plan for nicotine dependent patients and helps users to quit and keep staying quit.

What Does Smoke Cessation Clinic Offer?

The peculiarities of different substances of abuse and its addiction provides different procedures in their management.

Cigarette addiction with its peculiarities has some specific treatment approaches used in its management and Smoke Cessation Clinic offers an individualized treatment therapy regimen to help you quit smoking cigarette.

The clinic offers both psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy approaches to managing nicotine dependence.

Different diagnostic tools are used and tests are conducted to determine the level of nicotine dependence and the treatment regimen tailored to each individual’ attributes to achieve the definite outcome of quitting.

Smoke cessation clinic provides specific psychotherapeutic interventions to quit tobacco use/smoking cigarette such as; psycho-education, skills training, cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational enhancement, patient education and counselling, and provision of psychological materials to quit smoking etc

It also provides Pharmacotherapy approach to quit smoking; this involves the use of medicines and medication to treat and manage an individual.

Most nicotine dependent individuals require a smoke cessation aid, such as a Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) and some other (Non-nicotine pharmacotherapy) approved medicines used in managing the craving and addiction to nicotine.

Smoke cessation provides you with a pharmacotherapy regimen in treating your cigarettes addiction depending on the level of the individuals’ nicotine dependence.

Smoke cessation clinic also provides consultation services by trained experts and professionals, providing information and education on tobacco use disorder/nicotine dependence.

Is Smoke Cessation Clinic Effective?

It has been shown that quitting Cigarette is even harder than quitting Cocaine or Opioids and thus makes cigarette a very highly addictive and dangerous substance.

Smokers says they want to quit, but only very few are successful in quitting, while most are helpless and cannot stop from using.

Undergoing a smoke cessation therapy increases your chances of quitting cigarette and staying quit.

Smoke cessation clinic initiates an evidenced based approaches in treating an individual, taking into consideration the psychological, mental, environmental, social, and physical needs of the individual and how it affects their management and recovery from nicotine dependence.

It’s been shown that quitting and recovery process for individuals undergoing a smoke cessation therapy is higher than individuals not receiving any therapy.

Smoke cessation therapy harnesses the recovery capital of an individual, help, support and provides techniques and skills and makes it easier for an individual to quit.

Smoke cessation clinic not only helps an individual to quit, it also provides treatment plans and skills to help such individual remain and keep staying quit without further or future relapses. Thus providing a full recovery to such individual and integrating them back fully and functional to discharge their social responsibilities.

Confidentiality of a Smoke Cessation Clinic

We understand the need of individuals’ confidentiality and privacy.

Smoke cessation clinic runs a one-on-one service, directly with the individual and all information kept confidential and private.

The clinic sessions and therapies are private to only the individual except if such individual request for a family session or group session.


Recovery from addiction to any substance is attainable and achievable. It takes time, plans and conscious effort to make this success and our smoke cessation clinic is here to support and give you a success story to tell like others who overcame their addiction.

We are designed specially to help individuals quit smoking and overcome any form of tobacco use and nicotine dependence.

Our clinic is equipped with trained experts, who provides help, care, support, valuable information, skills and techniques to help an individual quit smoking and to keep staying quit.