Besides being one of the easiest, most effective smoking cessation programs ever developed, there are a number of other side significant benefits to consider the Ondamed Quit-Smoking Program, including:
Reasons to Consider the Ondamed Quit-Smoking Program
- Improved Quality of Life
- Enhanced Feeling of Wellbeing
- Stress Reduction
- No Craving or Withdrawal Symptoms
- Improved Sleep Patterns
- Quick, Painless & Lasting Results
The Ondamed Quit-Smoking Program has been used world-wide with remarkable results. Imagine how your quaulity of life will improve once have conquered your smoking addiction yourself and are financially free from the associated high costs for cigarettes. In just a few visits, patients happily stop smoking with lasting results. In only 1-3 forty-five minute sessions, 95% of clients in our program have successfully quit smoking.
How the Ondamed Quit-Smoking Program Works
Nicotine consumption causes energetic disturbances that manifest primarily in the areas of the brain and spleen. The Ondamed Smoking Cessation Protocol is based on years of research conducted in cooperation with Ondamed practitioners to identify these disturbances. Using the Ondamed Biofeedback System, these disturbed areas can be bio-physically harmonized into a healthy regulated state, thus enabling patients to live a smoke-free life.
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ONDAMED or Pharmacotherapy Intervention?
Which Smoking Cessation Option is Best for YOU?
Pharmacotherapy’s Quit Success Rates Are Limited
In a study a comparing Chantix, Zyban, and Placebo (sugar pills) taken twice per day for a 3-month period, the resulting success rates were as follows:
- Chantix: Only 44% quit
- Zyban: Only 30% quit
- Placebo: Only 17% quit
Pharmacotherapy’s Effectiveness is Limited
- Only 30% at three months
- Only 15% at one year
Nicorette Gum/Lozenges (Nicotine Polacrilex)
- Only 30% at three months
- Only 15% at one year
Pharmacotherapy has Dangerous Side Effects
Zyban: Serious risk for neuropsychiatric symptoms, behavioral changes, agitation, hostility, depression, suicidal thinking and behavior, attempted suicide, insomnia, rhinitis, dry mouth, dizziness, nausea, disrupted concentration, constipation, anxiety, dream abnormality, arthralgia, myalgia, diarrhea and rash. Drug interactions: Use extreme caution with antipsychotics, theophylline, systemic corticosteroids. Central Nervous System Toxicity with Levodopa or Amantadine. Avoid using alcohol, benzodiazepines, sedatives or opiates.
Chantix: Possible alcohol reactions, such as unusual aggressive behavior with no memory or recollection, rare risk of seizures with no history, changes in mood, behavior, and thinking, with possible physical and/or mental impairment, headache, insomnia, abnormal dreams, sleep disorder, flatulence, constipation, fatigue, upper respiratory problems, abdominal pain, dyspepsia, dry mouth, hypersensitivity reactions and sleepiness. Drug interactions: theophylline, warfarin, insulin, transdermal nicotine will increase adverse effects. Alcohol toxicity is increased.
Nicorette Gum/Lozenges: Caution with stomach ulcer, diabetes, and sodium-restricted diets. Associated risks include: increased blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, palpitations, nicotine overdose, dizziness, weakness, rapid heartbeat, breathing difficulties and rash. Drug interactions: antidepressants and asthma medications.
What About e-Cigarettes?
What are these devices?
- Referred to as e-cigarettes
- Tobacco free delivery of nicotine
- Invented in China 2003
- Battery operated device that generates a vapor to be inhaled
- Heating element & cartridge- holds nicotine, flavoring
- Nicotine & flavoring dissolved in propylene glycol, glycerol or both
- Frequently referred to as “Vaping”
- People using e-cigarettes called “Vapers”
- Usage among teens & young adults –tripled recently
- Mimics the effect of smoking
- Not to be used by children
- Could be hazardous to individuals with heart problems
- Nicotine within cartridge is addictive
- Dosages of nicotine not standardized
- Nicotine poisonings rose dramatically 2015
- No studies on efficacy or safety
- No FDA regulation or oversight
- At higher voltage, formaldehyde generated within cartridge
- Formaldehyde (embalming fluid) well known carcinogen
- Fabricated in China & India
- Discrepancies in labeling & measured nicotine concentration
- Long term impact on public health: unknown at this time.
- Toxicity profiles hinge on product’s design & content
- Variability in product limits determination of toxicity
- Limited access/knowledge of materials utilized in fabrication
- Negative effects on lungs & immune system noted in 2015 study
- Addiction susceptibility unknown
- e-cigarettes are not without health risks
E-Cigarette Smoking Cessation Effectiveness:
- No reliable evidence available
- Considered a “gateway” to tobacco smoking
- Could trigger urge to smoke again in former smokers
ONDAMED is 95% Effective & 100% SAFE
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Dr. Nike Adamedes, PT, DPT, CHC - Med Specialty Care/Palm Beach Gardens Health & Wellness
[email protected] Office: 561-630-7897/ Cell: 561-755-0219
11380 Prosperity Farms Road, Suite #114 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
I love to hear your success stories, as well as your questions. You are welcome to contact me at my personal email address below. I am also available via phone between the hours of 9AM and 4PM Eastern Standard Time Monday through Friday.
Dr. Nike Adamedes, PT, DPT, CHC
Med Specialty Care/ Palm Beach Gardens Health and Wellness
Office: 561-630-7897/ Cell: 561-755-0219
11380 Prosperity Farms Road, Suite #114
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410