- Nicotine is highly addictive, similar to heroin, cocaine, and alcohol.
- The most common form of chemical dependence in the U.S. is nicotine dependence.
- 20.6% of adults in the United States are smokers—46.6 million people.
- Over half of all living adults who have a history of smoking have successfully quit.
- Withdrawal symptoms peak within the first 1-2 days after quitting and gradually decline over time.
- On average, smokers make between 8-11 quit attempts before successfully quitting.
- Most untreated smokers relapse within eight days after trying to quit:
24-51% abstinent at one week
15-28% abstinent at one month
10-20% are abstinent at 3 months
- Smokers, especially women, relapse because of a fear of weight gain.6
How can we help you quit?
Our smoking cessation program is proven through published studies to be the most effective means of quitting. The best part is it’s all done naturally without any nicotine gums or patches. Proven supplements and customized protocols will be provided to the patient. IV NAD may also be used as part of the protocol for certain individuals. We have developed the most comprehensive strategy to help you quit smoking and be on the path for a healthier future.