Nicotine Detox And Alcohol Intolerance
Smoking isn’t just a “habit,” it can also be considered a drug addiction since smoking tobacco meets all the criteria that define the consumption of substances such as:
- Existence of tolerance
- Abstinence syndrome in the absence of it
- Compulsive behavior
The number one responsible for dependence is nicotine, a substance with a high addiction power similar to that of other drugs.
This kind of dependence is:
- Physical dependence: directly caused by nicotine and is responsible for the withdrawal syndrome.
- Psychological dependence: smoking is now a part of our daily lives. We smoke in situations such as after a meal, with coffee, when on the phone, etc. It seems impossible to change this attachment.
- Social dependence: smoking is still a social act; people often do it in groups, at specific leisure reunions, after dinners with friends, etc.
Tobacco consumption is the leading cause of preventable diseases and mortality in developed countries.
There are many harmful substances in tobacco. Among them, the following stand out for their adverse effects:
- Tar(benzopyrene and nitrosamines) responsible for 30% of all types of cancer (bladder, kidney, pancreas, stomach, etc.) and 90% of lung cancer.
- Carbon monoxide, causing more than 15% of cardiovascular diseases: coronary ischemia, cerebrovascular accidents, and arterial hypertension.
- Nicotine, causing physical dependence.
Also, tobacco is responsible for 80% of mortality due to chronic lung issues: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and emphysema.
Ethyl alcohol is quickly absorbed in the stomach and intestine. It doesn’t need digestion, so it reaches blood levels in a few minutes, producing a cerebral euphorizing action to then relapse into a feeling of tiredness or apathy, low energy, and promoting weight gain.
The liver shouldn’t be doing this task but is the organ that has to work to neutralize the toxic effect of alcohol, from a subtle effort and little consideration to produce pronounced effects on the proper metabolic and hormonal functioning.
The benefits provided by our bioregulatory therapy are the activation of the lymphatic system, favoring the transportation of toxins, reduction of the acidosis and cell hypoxia (Less oxygen available to the body’s cells), activation of the gastrointestinal elimination path and the metabolism of toxins in the liver, among other benefits.
Keep in mind that this doesn’t mean that, after or during the treatment, you can consume uncontrolled amounts of alcohol or tobacco.
Duration per session: 60 minutes
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