Adiction-De ‘smoking’

ADICTION-DE ‘smoking’

Acupuncture Onnuri SuJok as an alternative approach to smoking cessation has a growing number of converts. In fact, Onnuri SuJok itself a powerful tool in treatment for drug addicts because of its ability to curb withdrawal symptoms and manage cravings.
It is not a panacea to handle any addiction, including smoking. But, is quite effective in making it easier to quit and stay smoke-free. If one is motivated and ready to quit, can allow taking control and beginning a healthy and smoke-free life!
A Formidable Addiction; the reasons to quit smoking are endless. Cigarettes have a lot known poisons, any of which can kill in high enough doses. One drop of pure nicotinic acid can kill a person. Not to mention the chronic illnesses that  smoking is associated. Emphysema, lung cancer, high blood pressure, shortness of breath, chronic cough, an increased frequency of colds and flu; these are just a few of the widely known risks associated with smoking. EvenIt causes multiple brain shrinkage and may lead to Alzheimer disease.And besides this too much sugar will interrupt absorb proteins and nutrients causing malnutrition and may interfere with brain development.
How Does Acupuncture Help Break the Cigarette Habit? It has turned a growing number of cigarette cravers into permanent ex-smokers. Though, acupuncture is not a panacea to treat smoking. It can, however, cut the cravings and lessen the withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting.
The concept will focus on the jitters, the cravings, the irritability, and the restlessness that people commonly complain about when they quit. It will also aid in relaxation and detoxification.
Each patient is custom-treated according to his or her specific and unique diagnosis. Usually mix energy acupuncture on the hands and points on the ear are used that are believed to influence the organs and energetic pathways associated with smoking.
Commonly used energy emotions for smoking cessation include: Kidney and Intention. Sympathetic: Hunger or Mouth. Yang will to be tonifying, as already there is a will deficiency, and desire excess.
What Lifestyle and Dietary Changes One Should Make?
•Exercise is encouraged and dietary and support systems are recommended to rid the body of toxins and avoid relapses.
•Get plenty of fresh fruit and vegetable juices to neutralize and clear the blood of nicotinic acid and to fortify blood sugar.
•Carrots, Carrot juice, celery, leafy green salads and citrus fruits promote body alkalinity and decrease cravings.
•Avoid junk food, sugar, chocolate, coffee and cooked spinach. They can upset blood sugar levels and increase blood acidity, which can aggravate smoking-withdrawal symptoms.
•Green Tea can be sipped daily during the detox period to keep tissues flooded with elements that discourage nicotine cravings.
•Drink water – Research shows that dryness causes cravings. Sip water often throughout the day. More particularly till the withdrawals’ symptoms before smoke.
•To increase oxygen level in body, deep breathing exercise is required.
Onnuri SuJok itself is a powerful tool for de-addicting the smoking by itself. In the struggle to smoke less or to stop, one may find that acupuncture is just what needed to overcome cravings, boost energy, enhance the metabolism, and at the same time it increases the willpower to succeed!
Therefore, apply therapy in combination with auricular-therapy allows enhancing the effectiveness of obtaining the de-addiction of smoking.
An important aspect of Onnuri SuJok therapy is that it allows taking into account characteristics of the patient manifested in self’s energy constitution. This brings about an effective action on the very origin of disease.
smile notion; Dr.Dinesh kapur
To your wellbeing, smile life. Enjoy!


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