Nicotine Rehab

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In response to Serenity Vista’s Latest Press Release “Good for you! Nicotine rehab! I’ve watched too many CHILDREN beat alcohol or marijuana use, then get thoroughly hooked on cigarettes in their sobriety peer groups while their parents breathe misguided sighs of relief.” Nancy L. (Sobriety Advocate, Recovery Coach) quoted from LinkedIn   Excerpt From the Press Release Says Director John Derry: “We’d rather facilitate the full, long term recovery of a few people to achieve a full and rewarding life free of all addictions, than have a lot of people come through the doors and leave still addicted to smoking which is highly toxic and deadly”. Sadly, larger corporate treatment centers, driven by profit and economies of scale hold on to what is more popular, not necessarily what is in the best interest of those they purport to serve. Serenity…

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Nicotine Addiction Drug Rehab – Smoking Cessation at Serenity Vista

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Nicotine Addiction Drug Rehab If You Are Still Smoking, You Are an Active Drug Addict   There are not too many people smoking by choice these days. Almost every smoker has either entertained the thought, or has actually tried to quit… thousands of times. They have tried many methods too. Some of them are acupuncture, hypnosis, Zyban, Vipassana meditation retreats, nicotine gum, nicotine inhalers, electric shock… the list is endless. Nicotine addiction is a powerful drug addiction. When 12 Step fellowships and drug rehabs became accepted by the mainstream as an admirable way to deal with addiction to alcohol and ‘other drugs’, nicotine did not make the list of ‘dangerous drugs’. For many years people trying to get and stay clean and sober in a 12 Step Fellowship or through a treatment center, were encouraged to NOT stop smoking. People…

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Stop Smoking – Nicotine Addiction is Drug Addiction

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Stop Smoking – Nicotine Addiction is Drug Addiction Do you want to Stop Smoking? Answer the following questions as honestly as you can: 1. Do you use nicotine every day? 2. Do you use nicotine because of shyness and to build up self-confidence? 3. Do you use nicotine to escape from boredom and worries while under pressure? 4. Have you ever burned a hole in your clothes, carpet, furniture or car? 5. Have you ever had to go to the store late at night or at another inconvenient time because you were out of nicotine? 6. Do you feel defensive or angry when people tell you that your tobacco use is bothering them? 7. Has a doctor or dentist suggested that you stop smoking or chewing tobacco? 8. Have you promised someone that you would stop using nicotine, then broken…

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Nicotine Addiction and Rehab

Nicotine Addiction and Rehab “Good for you! I’ve watched too many CHILDREN beat alcohol or marijuana use, then get thoroughly hooked on cigarettes in their sobriety peer groups while their parents breathe misguided sighs of relief.” Nancy L. (Sobriety Advocate, Recovery Coach) quoted from LinkedIn in response to Serenity Vista’s decison to face nicotine addiction head on. Serenity Vista provides a beautiful, peaceful, quiet and smoke free and nicotine free environment for persons wishing to heal from addictions of all and any kinds. We will help you stop smoking and provide a smoke free environment as part of your abstinent based recovery from all addiction. Stopping smoking while in drug rehab from other forms of addiction such as alcoholism or other drug addiction is the perfect time to stop smoking, and it will dramatically increase your success rate with your…

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To Quit or Not to Quit: Is There Even a Question?

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To Quit or Not to Quit: Is There Even a Question? Quitting Smoking: Why You Haven’t; Why You Should Every smoker in the world has a reason that they haven’t quit smoking. To quit or not to quit is a problem most users of tobacco face at some point, coming to realize that they are caught in the grips of a powerful addiction. Most are related to life situations that have or haven’t happened yet, “I’ll quit after this big project,” “I’ll quit when I have kids,” and many of them, from the outside, are either exasperating or even downright funny. “There are so MANY,” said Deb Miller, a Tobacco Treatment Specialist in Washington State, when asked about some of the best and worst reasons that she’d heard. She named a few of her favorites: “I’m too stressed right now, I’ll…

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