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Treatment for tobacco dishatibuation

Cita offers a revolutionary method for tobacco dishabituation. Its efficiency has been proved by many years of positive results, short-term as well as long-term.

Types of cancer caused by tobacco

Lung, mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, stomach, pancreas, cervix, kidney, uretra, bladder, Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Other smoking-related diseases

Chrinic bronchitis, emphysema, asthma in adults and children, heart diseases, coronary disease

What is the treatment like

Smoking habit has existed for a long time. In Spain people used to believe that smoking had therapeutic qualities, and tobacco became a pharmacological panacea. But it didn not take long for it to turn into a toxic substance. According to data from the World Health Organization, tobacco is now responsible for 5 million deaths every year. In 2000, an estimated 4 million people died of causes related to tobacco use, and in 2030 this number is expected to rise to 20 million deaths a year. (national health survey, 2000 – INE).

Tobacco (nicotine), just like alcohol, is a stulant of the central nervous system.

According to official data, tobacco is one of the most consumed substances in Spain in the last decades, because nicotine is highly addictive and generates physical and psychological dependence.

31,5% of the population over 16 has smoked daily or occasionally during the past year, according to new data from the European health survey in Spain (NIE).

In Spain, the rate of mortality that can be attributed to tobacco use is very high, and despite its magnitude, the smoking epidemy can and should be controlled, prevented and interposed.

Consult our specialists

Please call us or fill out the form on the site, and our specialist will contact you.
Each person is unique, and therefore we develop an individual rehabilitation program for each patient.

We guarantee complete anonymity and we never disclose personal details of our patients.

Telephone+34 937 918 008