Stop Smoking Canada Directory

People who want to quit smoking now have a resource that can provide Local Treatment centers with methods and practices that an aid in breaking Stop Smoking Directory of Canadayour addiction.  Stop Smoking Canada’s Directory offers contact information for Laser Treatment, Naturopathic Centers, Addiction Counselling, Weight Loss, Hypnosis and Dental Clinics.

Laser Treatment Centers offer Low Level Laser therapy treatments to stop smoking.  Some treatment centers boast of over a 85% success rage.  Similar to the ancient practice of acupuncture,  lasers trigger your bodies natural endorphin’s which help in breaking the addiction to Nicotine.  Visit the directory to find a Laser Treatment Center near you.

Natural Healing Centers take an Holistic Approach to breaking your addictions.  One aspect involves interpreting the bodies functions and identifying the biochemical and physiological imbalances within the individual.  Naturopathic Doctors focus on natural substances, minimally invasive techniques and the promotion of natural healing.

Hypnosis Centers provide the individual with to undergo Hypnotic Induction,  the power of suggestion coupled with specific instructions.  Hypnosis has been used successfully for Weight Loss and to Stop Smoking.  Visit the directory to find a Hypnosis Center near you.

Addiction Counselling is a proven method of helping people break their addictions.  Whether in a Group Session or Individual Counselling the main benefits of Addiction Counselling is teaching individuals to recognize their addictions and give them the tools to control that addiction.  Visit our Addiction Counselling Directory to find a Treatment Center near you.

Weight Loss Treatment is one of North Americas biggest businesses.  There are many proven methods of losing weight, but there is not any one method which is guaranteed to work for you.  Browse our Listings of Weight Loss Treatment Centers near you and choose a treatment that suits your lifestyle.

Pain Management is a growing alternative to prescription drugs.  With the huge increase in addiction to prescription drugs many physicians are now recommending Pain Management rather than prescribing potentially addictive drugs.  Some larger hospitals now have their own Pain Management Departments to help in the fight against addiction.

Dental Clinics can restore that bright, white, confident smile after years of neglect.  One aspect of Breaking an Addiction is ensuring a positive  mental state of the individual.   Having good oral health and a nice smile is a positive boost for individuals who may have neglected their appearance during a prolonged period of drug or alcohol abuse.  View our Directory of Local Dentists.

Why We Smoke

Peer pressure is a big reason that young people start smoking.  Smoking is also higher in families where one or both parents smoke in the home.  Some people smoke to relive stress and anxiety.  The usual identified factors of smoking among youth and adults like lower education and income levels also are contributing factors.  Young teens who are not active in sports or other programs will tend to “hang out” with like mined individuals which can put them at greater risk for smoking or drug use.

Lesbian, gay, bi, and trans (LGBT) communities smoke at much higher rates than the general population. Smoking rates in the general Canadian population have gone down significantly in the last 40 years to about 18%, while research suggests that smoking rates within LGBT communities remain at between 24% and 55%.

In a 2006 study 36% of LGBT people were smokers compared to just 15% of Toronto adults.

LGBT communities are subject to the same factors that result in smoking within the general population, as well as additional factors, such as higher levels of stress due to homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia, a culture of socializing in bars and clubs, lower health access and greater vulnerability of LGBT people to depression and alcohol use.

After one year of you Stopping Smoking your excess risk of coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke has dropped to less than half that of a smoker.