Quit Smoking New Hampshire


Just Stop!

Quitting smoking is one of the hardest things to do; however, it is one of the most beneficial steps you can take to better your health. The “Just Stop!” smoking cessation program is another integrated approach exclusive to our Health and Wellness Center.  The “Just Stop!” program utilizes Low Level Light Therapy, Herbal Supplementation and Homeopathy to help reduce stress, cravings and irritability.

Cold Laser and Herbal Remedies:

We start by stimulating specific acupuncture points on the body that are associated with cravings.  The use of light triggers an endorphine and serotonin release that effectively and naturally calms the body, reducing stress and the irritability many patients experience during the first 72 hours of being smoke-free.  The herbal supplement and homeopathy continue to help diminish and manage stress and cravings while also pushing the toxins that trigger the cravings out of body.

If you are a smoker, then surely you are already aware of the danger that you are putting yourself in every time you have a cigarette. Heart disease and cancer are the most hazardous effects of smoking, but there are a slew of other conditions that effect smokers on a daily basis. We won’t rehash these detrimental effects here, but we will explain how quitting smoking adds years to your life:

  • Within 20 minutes after you smoke that last cigarette, your body begins a series of changes that continue for years
  • 12 hours after quitting, carbon monoxide levels in your blood drops to normal
  • After 24 hours, your lungs begin to clear out accumulated mucous and tar. Your pulse rate and blood pressure begin to lower
  • After 48 hours, your sense of smell and taste begin to improve as nicotine is eliminated from your body
  • After 72 hours, your bronchial tubes begin to relax, making breathing easier and Lung capacity increases
  • After 2 to 12 weeks, circulation improves, making walking and physical activity easier
  • After 2 weeks to 3 months, your heart attack risk begins to drop and your lung function begins to improve
  • One to 9 months after quitting, coughing and sinus congestion decreases. Lung function improves, shortness of breath decreases, energy level increases
  • 1 year after quitting, your added risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smokers
  • Two to three years after quitting, female ex-smokers have no higher risk of a heart disease death, compared to non-smokers.
Five years after quitting, an ex-smoker’s risk of a lung cancer death drops 60 percent lower than for a current smoker.
Ten years after quitting, male ex-smokers have no high risk of a heart disease death, compared to non-smokers.
Smoking also contributes to wrinkled skin, impotence, and infertility; decreased sensitivity in the senses of taste, touch, and smell; and a depressed immune system.
  • 10 years after quitting, your lung cancer death rate is about half that of a smokers. Your risks of cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney and pancreas decreases
  • 15 years after quitting, your risk of coronary heart disease and lung cancer is back to that of someone who has never smoked

We understand that quitting smoking can be more difficult and more intense in cravings than those of a habitual heroin user.  We are proud to offer the “Just Stop!” program and believe it is one of the best, most successful and easiest ways to “Just Stop!”.

How It Works

3  Visits over a one week period – Typically Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Use of the herbal product for 1 week in conjunction with the laser visits
Use of the homeopathy during the week of smoking cessation and then 1 month for each year of smoking.
Each visit takes less than 15 minutes to complete.  People considering this program should be committed to quitting and improving their long-term quality of life.
Please bring in all your cigarette and wear a white T-shirt and white socks.

How much is smoking costing you?

The cost of cigarettes in NH is $5.46 per pack, in MA it is $7.04 per pack.  If you smoke one pack  per day it is costing you $1992.9 in NH and $2569.60 in MA.  Not to mention the health care costs because you are a smoker and not including time off from work.  All that money making yourself sick and losing your life early.
Patient must qualify for this program.  Not every patient will be accepted for this, as you MUST WANT to quit for yourself.  You will be asked to fill out a questionnaire.

Please call the office and we will email you the Questionnaire. 603-894-0656

“Just Stop” Program

The “Just Stop” program which consists on Cold Laser Treatment plus 6 remedies the cost is $630.00 and must be paid in advance or on the first visit.   This will consist on 3 visits in a week period of time.

Cigarette  Facts

  • Tobacco  smoke  contains  over  4,000  different  chemicals.  At  least  50  are  known  carcinogens  (cause  cancer  in  humans)  and  many  are  poisonous.
  • Tobacco  kills  up  to  half  of  its  regular  users.
  • Tobacco  caused  100  million  deaths  in  the  20th  century.
  • Cigarettes  are  one  of  few  products  which  can  be  sold  legally  which  can  harm  and  even  kill  you  over  time  if  used  as  intended.
  • Scientists  claim  the  average  smoker  will  lose  14  years  of  their  life  due  to  smoking.
  • Europe  has  a  slightly  larger  gap  (46%  of  men  smoke,  26%  of  women  smoke),  while  most  other  regions  have  few  women  smokers.  The  stats:  Africa  (29%  of  men  smoke,  4%  of  women  smoke);  Southeast  Asia  (44%  of  men,  4%  of  women),  Western  Pacific  (60%  of  men,  8%  of  women).
  • Nicotine  reaches  the  brain  within  10  seconds  after  smoke  is  inhaled.  It  has  been  found  in  every  part  of  the  body  and  in  breast  milk.
  • Sugar  approximates  to  roughly  20%  of  a  cigarette,  and  many  diabetics  are  unaware  of  this  secret  sugar  intake.  Also,  the  effect  of  burning  sugar  is  unknown.
  • ‘Lite’  cigarettes  are  produced  by  infusing  tobacco  with  CO2  and  super heating  it  until  the  tobacco  ‘puffs  up’  like  expanding  foam.  The  expanded  tobacco  then  fills  the  same  paper  tube  as  ‘regular’  tobacco.
  • Smokers  draw  on  ‘lite’  and  menthol  cigarettes  harder  (on  average)  than  regular  cigarettes;  causing  the  same  overall  levels  of  tar  and  nicotine  to  be  consumed.