“It’s easy to quit smoking, I’ve managed to quit many times already.” the famous quote points out that quitting is an important first step, but to endure needs strong determination, great inner motivation and primarily preparation.
Seek professional help
Only 3 persons out of 100 can put out their last cigarette and become non-smokers overnight. The nicotine addiction belong among the heaviest ones. A long-times smokers increases their chances of successful quitting when they look for professional help.
Real vs. virtual addictologist
Traditional treatment of addiction with the help of an addictologist is a perfect method with proven effects, but it requires time, patience and also financial costs. In contrast, the Adiquit app is of small investment ( you can get it for the price of three packs of cigarettes) and is easily accessible for anybody with a smartphone. The app guide is a virtual addictologist Adam, who will have a therapeutic conversation with you. This form of quitting is based on proven clinical practice and it deals with both physical and mental addiction. Adam impersonates the long time experience of addiction treatment specialists.
Preparation is crucial
Careful preparation for the quit day is crucial for success, because when you know how to react when you suffer from the withdrawal effects or when you encounter a so-called trigger. A trigger is a situation you associate with smoking – e.g. waiting for a bus, break for lunch, a glass of wine at the weekend. Your everyday chat with Adam can substitute for talking to a real therapist.
How can a mobile app substitute for a “real” therapist?
Everything is easier when you are not alone in it and when you have someone to remind you of your reasons for quitting in a risky situation. Adam from the Adiquit app will be your motivator and a have companion on a daring journey you set forth. He will help you to look at the situation in objective manner, see it as it is with all obstacles that may occur as well as would a real therapist do.
We are only humans. We make mistakes, sometimes we slip even in spite of our firm belief and we are sorry then. Adam is prepared for such situations and he will teach you to see the process of quitting as a positive life change.