Science

Studies among smokers using Adiquit have proven a long-lasting cessation rate of nearly 30 %. That is six times more than if you try to quit alone.

Tobacco dependence is one of the strongest addictions to overcome. It manifests itself through physical symptoms caused by the effects of highly addictive nicotine in the brain. There are psychological symptoms as well in the form of strong craving in a particular situation (such as drinking coffee or among a group of smoking friends).

Cessation efficacy without professional assistance is very low. Up to 95 % of quit attempts end in failure. If a smoker decides to quit with the support of an expert, nicotine replacements or medication, their journey to smoke-free life will be easier. However, the available forms of professional help have one major limitation – smokers can not take advantage of expert care in real time when they need it the most.

 

 

 

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