The German Anti-aging

In addition, it has been proven changing habits that were associated with smoking especially in the first phase of cessation. Who wants to gradually stop smoking should begin systematically to reduce the daily dose of nicotine. Thus, slowly decreases the nicotine dependency and makes the final stop. AIDS such as nicotine replacement products, fruit, vegetables, books or CDs allow the smoker in typical situations, such as the typical grip after the cigarette, to give up and simplify also the psychological weaning. You can learn these techniques for psychological weaning easier handling in special non-smoking courses. The Exchange with like-minded people to support each other and jointly tackle problems often helps with smoking cessation. The active cessation phase lasts about six months. It is followed by so-called abstinence phase, where it will cost former smokers only small trouble to overcome, not to take the cigarette.

After about five years, most remain permanent non-smoking and no longer relapse. Of the German society for prevention and anti-aging medicine The German society for prevention and anti-aging medicine e.V. (GSAAM) is the largest European anti aging society with over 1000 members. It is national and internationally active and maintains close co-operations with European as well as international professional societies. The President of the GSAAM is Prof.

Dr. med. Bernd Kleine-gunk. The tasks arise through educating and researching physiological ageing processes as well as the description of medical procedures and the idea of medicines to delay the aging process with improvement of body health. Further examination systems are for the early detection of health risks (E.g. cardiovascular disease, stroke, osteoporosis,) Cancer that forms of dementia) developed with appropriate methods of prevention. An important aspect of the work is the development of criteria and standards for quality assurance (QA) in the prevention and anti-aging medicine and the promotion of nationwide training.

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