Smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke kill about 1.2 million Indians each year. Quitting smoking is the most important step a smoker can take to improve their length and quality of life.
Thinking hard about quitting smoking? The journey to stop smoking is long. Before one succeeds, it can require a few attempts. But millions of smokers all across the world have given up.
Some people successfully stopped smoking with the support of their family and friends, while others used evidence-based cessation programs, anti-smoking medications, and natural methods.
Risk factors of Tobacco usage
Tobacco use is a significant risk factor for various chronic diseases, including cancer, lung disease, cardiovascular disease, and stroke. It kills nearly 1.35 million people every year in India. Many of these deaths, however, can be avoided if smokers are given the right support to quit.
Tobacco cessation interventions have been shown to increase the likelihood of quitting successfully. India has 12% of the world's smokers. Although 55% of current smokers intend to quit, they cannot find an effective solution. The SMOTECT is one such programme.
Brief overview of the Smotect
But first, let us provide you with a brief overview of the SMOTECT. It's a 12-week programme designed to prepare your mind and body, so you don't relapse into smoking. Because our programme is based on freedom of choice, you have the power to say no to cigarettes on your own.
And, Quit Smoking Natural Tablets will give you that power by managing your withdrawal symptoms, reducing cravings, and detoxifying your body.
We asked a few former smokers how the Quit Smoking Natural Tablets helped them on their journey to a smoke-free life and how they successfully quit smoking through the SMOTECT. Here is their answer.
How many cigarettes would you smoke a day?
- Mukta Dandgawal (31) - 'Almost 60 cigarettes a day'.
- Gautam Bharti (31) - 'A packet a day'
- Sanjiv Save (55) - 'I was smoking 10 cigarettes a day'.
When did you realize that you should stop smoking?
- Syed Zubair (40) - 'In my late 30s, I realized it was not a great thing, but I was addicted. And I wanted to leave.’
- Nikhil Bhatankar (36) - 'Because I am diabetic, I wanted to quit tobacco'.
What was your first experience when you started the Smotect?
- Ajay Jaiswal (42) said, "The Smotect Program gave me some herbal medicine. When I had it for the first time, I still had some cravings, but I didn't smoke. When I took it for the second time, I lost my urge to smoke.
- Mukta Dandgawal (31) said, "The first thing they gave me was Natural Tablets, which stopped my panic attacks."
Would you recommend the Smotect to others?
- Ajay Jaiswal (42) - "I would recommend everyone to try it once and see for themselves. Because maybe their lives will be transformed, just like mine did."
- Syed Zubair (40) - ‘So, Smotect helped me really well with natural tablets and their guided sessions. I would recommend it to everybody’.
What’s so special about Smotect?
- Mukta Dandgawal (31) - “The therapy is helping me both with my body & mind. It covers each and every aspect of smoking cravings."
- Nikhil Bhatankar (36) - “Quitting smoking is both a body and a mind addiction. For the body, the tablets are very good, and for the mind, their guided sessions are best”.
Are you one of those smokers who desperately wants to quit?
We present to you SMOTECT, a research-based program that offers natural tablets to help you quit smoking. Made from 12 therapeutic herbs, natural tablets are patented, clinically tested, and nicotine-free.
What sets this program apart from other solutions? Compared to other alternatives, this program increases your chances of quitting smoking by over 10 times.
The program included guided sessions led by quit smoking experts to help you with your quitting journey. To find out more about Smotect Natural Tablets, visit www.smotect.com/.