Nicotine is only one part of the equation – your smoking addiction is actually built on 4 layers, including instant rewards, automatic habits/triggers and emotional attachments which are progressively created and reinforced over time, creating a complex trap tying you to smoking.
The Quit Smoking Addiction Program was developed by Dr. Manny – a medical doctor and smoker of some 30 years who struggled repeatedly to quit.
He spent many years researching addiction, the brain, neuroscience and psychology, eventually forming a holistic picture of the trap that was smoking addiction.
He was able to apply these understandings to dismantle the attachments he had to smoking, to finally quit and become a struggle-free ex-smoker.
With so many individuals still struggling to quit and existing offerings failing to address the underlying drivers or provide the structure and support smokers need – Dr. Manny turned his energy to helping others create a smoke-free life through developing the QSA Program.
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Held via Zoom, each week your guide will take you and a group of 7 – 9 peers through the QSA Program. You’ll laugh, learn to create a smoke-free life and get to know your peers during these sessions. Sessions only take around 60 minutes from the comfort of your home.
Each week between meetings, your dashboard on the QSA app will guide you through a series of simple exercises as you go about your quit journey including: short readings, videos, diary entries, meditations and more.
Peer support has been shown to create better outcomes and is core to the QSA Program. A private WhatsApp group of your peers and guide provides continual motivation and support which makes quitting so much easier.
You may be comforted to know that there are more ex-smokers alive today than there are smokers.
The bad news is that on average it took them 8 quit attempts to successfully break free, mostly because they were making common mistakes that could of been avoided.
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I’m now smoke free and enjoying life more. I really enjoyed the weekly chats live with the group and hearing how everyone was coming along to become an ex-smoker.
Using the journal/questionnaires and exploring all parts of why I become a smoker and why I still was hooked really helped, along with the guidance on how to achieve and overcome my smoking habits made such a difference.
I found everything about this program valuable, the fact that it makes you proactive about your quit journey was of great importance, but for me using the mindfulness tools was the game changer for me, it gave me the confidence that I could quit and remain quit 💪
It’s been an honour and a pleasure to be part of this life changing journey, so many thanks to you and the QSA team 👏
In regards to the program I didn’t really think it would work to be honest, or more that I wouldn’t be receptive of it. But here I am – a struggle free ex-smoker.
QSA makes you sit down at the table and look at smoking for what it is – instead of pushing it under the rug.
It was really useful to break smoking down and be able to slowly work at it – I definitely rate the ways it trains your brain into realising certain habits. Its works too!
Having a structure to follow, guides taking you on the journey and peers to share it with also really helped motivate me to get across the line.