Results with Vaping Treatment
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Research reveals that nicotine replacement therapy increased quit rates by up to 60% compared to patients who received a placebo.
As cigarettes and vape products both contain the same addictive chemical, health professionals will often recommend a similar course of treatment for quitting vaping.
Recent studies have established the safety and efficacy of NRT, when used as directed by a healthcare professional.
Quit rates approximately double among people prescribed Nicotine Replacement Therapy.
Our medical team prescribe personalised treatments to help you to achieve your goal of quitting vaping for good.
All consultations are completed using a secure digital health platform to provide convenient access to vaping treatment.
After completing the online questionnaire, your assigned medical practitioner will determine if you’re a suitable candidate for nicotine replacement therapy (NRT).
Quit vaping results with
Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)
Due to vape products being relatively new on the market, further research needs to be conducted into short term and long term effects, behavioural patterns and results surrounding the most effective methods for vaping treatments.
With this in mind, however, research surrounding smoking has shown that patients prescribed a form of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) are almost twice as likely to abstain from smoking compared with those who did not seek medical assistance.
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Whether discussing smoking or vaping, the treatment for nicotine addiction is often guided by the same protocol. If your healthcare provider has identified you as having a nicotine dependence and has concluded that you are a suitable candidate, NRT is likely to be the first form of treatment recommended for quitting vaping.
If you are prescribed an NRT treatment, it should only be used as directed by your practitioner, to ensure you receive the correct therapeutic dose needed to quit vaping.
Behaviour modification and NRT
A number of factors contribute to identifying the most effective means of treatment for vaping, or any other type of substance addiction.
Recent studies suggest a combination of NRT and behavioural techniques as the most effective means of abstaining from addictive substances, whether it be cigarettes, vaping products, illicit drugs or alcohol. As NRT helps to reduce the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal, behaviour modification works to identify and adapt the habits or patterns that act as triggers for someone to vape.
Behavioural interventions used in vaping treatments may include a reward system or replacing the existing negative habits with more desirable behaviour. Behavioural theories place emphasis on both the immediate and long-term advantages of quitting.
It’s time to look after your health
If it’s your goal to quit vaping but you’re unsure where to begin, start a conversation with the medical team at the hub.health to discover the most effective course of treatment today.
How does treatment to quit vaping work with hub.health?
hub.health uses a secure digital health platform to provide discreet and convenient access to vaping treatment from an Australian based medical team.
After completing the online questionnaire, your assigned medical practitioner will determine if you’re a suitable candidate for nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). If you’re eligible, we’ll organise fast delivery to your door.
What treatments do you offer for quitting vaping?
In most cases, NRT is the most effective treatment to quit vaping products. Although the body still receives nicotine through a different dispersal method, it is a controlled, low-dose release that is only used for a short period to assist in the symptoms associated with nicotine withdrawal.
As recommended by Therapeutic Guidelines Australia, a member of the hub.health team can prescribe an NRT treatment, which may consist of nicotine patches, gum, inhalers, lozenges, oral spray, sublingual tablets or combination therapy.
Am I guaranteed a prescription and vaping treatment?
At hub.health, our team provides the highest standard of healthcare, assessing each patient individually.
If our medical team determines a potential risk related to a specific vaping treatment, it will not be issued. Your assigned practitioner may provide recommendations for the next steps, including in-person GP visits for further assessment.
Understanding nicotine dependence and the leading causes of vaping.
Read more about nicotine cravings and causes behind addiction.
Learn more about vaping-related health conditions and nicotine withdrawal.
Symptoms may be early warning signs for more severe health conditions.
Discover effective treatments, tailored to your needs and delivered to you.
Learn more about NRT, pharmacotherapy and combination therapy.
Quit rates approximately double among people prescribed NRT.
Our medical team prescribes clinically proven treatments.
Vaping treatment prescribed by an Australian based medical team.
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