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Drop it forever!

It's time to say goodbye to destructive addictions!!!

Cigarettes contain about 4,000 chemicals, of which 40 are officially considered carcinogenic!!

 Many diseases and consequences of smoking are preventable - just quit today!

You can do it because we will help you!

The truth about smoking:

You know smoking is bad for you. This has been a well known issue for decades. 
There are no more dangerous toxins in tobacco products, from acetone and tar to nicotine and carbon monoxide. The substances you inhale affect more than just your lungs. They can affect your entire body.
Smokers are three times more likely to die than never smokers. 

Here are common myths about smoking:

 

Myth 1: An occasional smoker doesn't hurt 

People who smoke only a few days a week or only at certain social gatherings sometimes think they can avoid risk. Nonsense! We know that every cigarette you smoke harms you. There is no safe level of exposure to tobacco smoke. Even relatively small amounts damage blood vessels and increase the likelihood of blood clotting. This damage causes heart attacks, strokes, and even sudden death. We know that smoking just one to four cigarettes a day doubles your risk of dying from heart disease. 
 

 MIT 2 : "Light" cigarettes are safer.

Cigarettes made of various filters, papers or tobacco blends used to be labeled as light, ultralight or mild. So some people bought them thinking they were better for you. Research shows that light cigarettes are not healthier, and in many ways these products have been manufactured and marketed in a way that is misleading.

MYTH 3: Too late for me to stop. 

Even if you've smoked all your life, it's worth stopping.

"If you quit smoking at any age, you will improve your health and quality of life," says Dr. Dorothy Hatsukami, director of tobacco research programs at the University of Minnesota. Your heart rate and blood pressure will drop immediately, and your lungs will start working better. Quitting smoking gives your body a chance to heal the damage caused by smoking. These benefits will be realized almost immediately after you quit smoking.

After a year, the risk of developing heart disease is halved compared to that of a smoker. After 5-15 years, your chance of having a stroke will be equal to that of a non-smoker.

MYTH 4: E-cigarettes are a healthy choice
A US surgeon said e-cigarette aerosol could contain harmful chemicals including nicotine, ultra-fine particles that can be inhaled into the lungs, aromas associated with lung disease and heavy metals. There is no safe way to smoke. Replacing a cigarette with a cigar, pipe or water pipe will not help you avoid health risks. Cigarettes contain around 600 ingredients, many of which are also found in cigars and water pipes. According to the American Lung Association, when these ingredients burn, they generate over 7,000 chemicals. Many of these chemicals are poisonous, and at least 69 of them are linked to cancer.

MYTH 5: Smoking isn't so bad if it's my only vice.

Even if you exercise, eat fruits and vegetables, or otherwise take care of yourself, you still can't smoke. It boils down to the fact that every cigarette you smoke is doing you harm. It is the leading cause of preventable disease and death. The best way to reduce the risk of smoking is to quit smoking altogether, not to exercise more and eat better.

 

Reasons why you should quit smoking

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Our Therapy

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Holistic consultation and individual customized protocol

At the first meeting, we need to get to know each other. Find out more about the problem, lifestyle and expectations. Consultation is:

  • Holistic, in-depth interview about symptoms,

  • presentation of dietary recommendations,    supplementation, lifestyle

  • adjusting the frequency of treatments,

  • assessment of therapy effectiveness and expectations,

  • overview iverification of contraindications,
    will discuss in detail the so-called Herx phenomena

  • time devoted only to you and answering all your questions.

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Every smoker can undergo anti-nicotine therapy using the bioresonance method, regardless of smoking experience and the number of cigarettes smoked per day. It is painless, non-invasive and has no side effects. This therapy uses electromagnetic vibrations (biosignals) existing in and around the human body. Before proceeding with the procedure, a cigarette should be lit, which is placed in the apparatus. The person undergoing therapy is connected to the device through special electrodes. After turning on the appropriate program on the device, a reaction takes place in the body to extinguish nicotine craving. The effectiveness of the method is very impressive. The complete extinction of nicotine craving usually occurs within 12 hours after the procedure.
Already after the first treatment, 90% of people stop smoking indefinitely. In the remaining 10%, there is a clear reduction in nicotine craving, but 1-2 more reminiscent treatments are needed to achieve the full effect.
After the anti-nicotine bioresonance therapy, being surrounded by other smokers does not renew the nicotine craving, but unfortunately, even one smoked cigarette can destroy the effects of the treatment and most often contribute to the return to addiction.

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Naturalne materiały kosmetyczne

Cleansing and Regeneration

Proper supplementation is crucial when cleansing the body.  The sequence of the protocol steps is also extremely important.​

The key to a safe and effective cleanse is figuring out which food and herb supplements are right for you and don't interact with other medications you're taking. The dose of the preparation and the time of its administration should also be selected.

All substances  recommended in our office come from a proven source, have international quality certificates, and their selection is based on scientific research. 

Evidence for the effectiveness of the bioresonance method in smoking cessation: a pilot study

"..after treatment, the success rate in the verum group was significantly different from the results in the placebo group. Also, the subjective health status after treatment and the subjective assessment of effectiveness, examined after 1 week, were significantly more positive among participants in the active bioresonance therapy group than among those in placebo group No adverse effects were observed.

Conclusion: According to the results of this pilot study, bioresonance therapy is clinically effective in smoking cessation and has no adverse side effects."

Pihtili A, Galle M, Cuhadaroglu C, Kilicaslan Z, Issever H, Erkan F, Cagatay T, Gulbaran Z. Evidence for the efficacy of a bioresonance method in smoking cessation: a pilot study. Forsch Komplementmed. 2014;21(4):239-45. doi: 10.1159/000365742. Epub 2014 Aug 5. PMID: 25231565.

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Evidence of the effectiveness of the bioresonance method in smoking cessation in the scientific literature:

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