Gradual Reduction Method -versus- Nicotine Replacement Therapy

Smoking Facts

The primary obstacle in trying to quit alone is making the behavioural changes necessary to eliminate the habits associated with smoking

What's important is that compared with other methods available on the market, the Gradual Reduction Method (GRM), is unique and innovative, it does not make use of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) or other methods based on medicines. It also allows you to kick the smoking habit in 6 weeks.

On the other hand, Nicotine replacement therapies require you to stop smoking completely. Then for a period of approximately 3 to 9 months, you will use nicotine patches, chewing gum or nicotine inhalers in order to overcome the physical dependence on this substance. At a substantial cost.

Another treatment available is bupropion, a medicine that enables you, the smoker, to continue smoking during the first two weeks of the treatment. Once this time has elapsed, you should stop smoking and continue with the treatment for three months or so.

- Market research shows that these methods have secondary effects and that in most cases they do not manage to eradicate the smoking habit.

- For the majority of smokers, particularly those who have already tried to give up once, the main problem is that it is very difficult to stop smoking abruptly, as this calls for a great deal of willpower.

- Therefore, many would like to do so using a gradual reduction method

After 10 years of research, the NicoBloc method is now available. This is a new concept in the field of therapies for breaking the tobacco habit, enabling you to stop smoking at your own speed and without anxiety.

Over the next few pages you will find out why the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland used the NicoBloc Rosen stop smoking program with their own staff to help them reduce and quit smoking.

See, also, why hundreds of companies around the world have found that NicoBloc is the best smoking cessation product available for their employees.