An easy way to quit in 10 days
The patented headset utilizes light-emitting diodes to transmit heat to pressure points in the ears and relax you. It plays therapeutic audio to free your mind from stress.
Use for 12-minute sessions, 1 to 3 times daily through first 10 days. Then use as needed.
Light therapy is a NASA-researched technology that uses intense light energy to physically soothe your body to help you cope with withdrawal symptoms. The acoustic energy uses brainwave entrainment principles to psychologically reduce stress and minimize chances of relapse.
A FDA-listed nicotine-free spray that contains natural ingredients that have been proven to reduce tobacco cravings.
Carry it with you and spray twice under your tongue to reduce the urge to smoke.
Most cravings only last 3 minutes,. The spray helps you overcome intense physical cravings anytime, any where.
A 45-minute session of audio therapy which helps you cope with the psychological addiction—the most challenging aspect about quitting smoking. Imagine having your own personal therapist guide you through the quitting process.
Listen to it as many times as you need, at home or on the road.
Quitting smoking starts from the mind. The audio therapy calms you and empowers you to overcome the psychological addiction to give you the best chance to quit for good.
A wristband specially designed with a metal piece, which you snap to cause momentary discomfort to stop habitual behavior.
Wear the wristband and snap it when you feel urges to smoke.
Aversion therapy uses behavioral principles to psychologically break addictions by repeatedly associating a negative stimulus with an unwanted behavior. It is also worn as a reminder of your commitment.
The Progress Tracker serves as a daily reminder of your commitment to quit and is the first step to begin your journey. The calendar helps you to stay on schedule with the quitting process.
Sign the Commitment Card and place it in a noticeable spot, where you can see it often. Check off boxes on the Calendar Card to keep track of your progress.
The Commitment Card provides moral support and boosts your willpower as it reaffirms your promise to your loved ones and yourself to quit nicotine. The Calendar Card divides the program into easy, attainable goals and allows you to visualize your road to success.