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Good luck to everyone trying to quit. I gave up over a year ago using bioresonance and recommend it to anyone I know who wants to give up smoking. I have absolutely zilch willpower and could not believe how painless it was. No cravings, just straight off the ciggies. I can't even imagine myself smoking nowadays even after plenty of wine. :o

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And for balance - 'Who's holding the smoking gun on Bioresonance?', from Dr. Ben Goldacre's 'Bad Science' site.

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Hi I also tried Bioresonance for stop smoking in Croydon, and i have to say i have not touched a cigarette since 2 years ago and have not even thought about smoking since, and i am currently using the same clinic for my allergies and eczema and it is proving equally successful. So I agree with Siobhan that Bioresonance is well worth a try.

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Well, I don't know how you guys did it but I found bioresonance to be totally ineffective.

 

I was told to stop smoking for 24 hours before the treatment I recall and so by the time I got to the centre I was gagging for a cig. The place was on Harley street and I must admit I was expecting something quite swish and professional considering I was paying something like £600 for an hour or so. I sat in a chair with some electrode things strapped around my wrists reading the newspaper for well over an hour. The guy assured me that this was even more effective as it was really making sure I was cleared of nicotine. After this hour he produced some pills that he had been "charged" with the same frequency that was used to remove the nicotine from my body.

 

Well, I hate to say it because I was sucked in by this "magic" treatment, but it didn't work at all. I came out feeling exactlly the same as when I went in. Maybe some people can trick themselves into believeing something works, pladebo effect etc. I however still felt terrible. I would most certainly not recomend you try this treatment. I'm affraid it's going to have to be willpower that stops you smoking.

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I had the treatment in Harley St after good friends had been there and we all stopped smoking.

 

Good treatment and great result!

 

We were not asked to stop smoking for 24 hours and it didnt cost £600, I think broomy is fake!

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Hi juliejamson,

There are many health benefits acquired when one stops smoking. If people stop smoking, the toxic gases in the blood will drop to normal, within two or three weeks, lung function increases and in a few months coughing and shortness of breathe decrease. In a year’s time major diseases can be avoided. Log on to: *REMOVED COMMERCIAL LINK* to get lots of information.

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Well, I don't know how you guys did it but I found bioresonance to be totally ineffective.

 

I was told to stop smoking for 24 hours before the treatment I recall and so by the time I got to the centre I was gagging for a cig. The place was on Harley street and I must admit I was expecting something quite swish and professional considering I was paying something like £600 for an hour or so. I sat in a chair with some electrode things strapped around my wrists reading the newspaper for well over an hour. The guy assured me that this was even more effective as it was really making sure I was cleared of nicotine. After this hour he produced some pills that he had been "charged" with the same frequency that was used to remove the nicotine from my body.

 

Well, I hate to say it because I was sucked in by this "magic" treatment, but it didn't work at all. I came out feeling exactlly the same as when I went in. Maybe some people can trick themselves into believeing something works, pladebo effect etc. I however still felt terrible. I would most certainly not recomend you try this treatment. I'm affraid it's going to have to be willpower that stops you smoking.

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HI,

Whatever kind of quit smoking approach or therapy you decide on, you should always seek professional advice from your doctor who will be able to prescribe for you the best medical treatment in accordance with your health conditions.

 

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The best way to quit smoking is control your self from the reach of cigarette , second you can eat something everytime so you can not like to have smoke. Rest of the things you can work is like just control control and control there is not any medicin in the world who can help you to quit smoking

 

 

 

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There is a Bioresonance clinic that have branches in London and Manchester. They are charging £200 at the moment, if anyone interested.

 

I looked at it but am not convinced it would work for me. I gave up previously for 2 years then stupidly started again during a very stressful time.

 

I'm going to try the nicotine gum route again as it worked last time - I know I'll end up addicted to the gum but at least its better for me than smoking! I'm allergic to patches and with gum find the chewing replaces the smoking so I don't end up eating loads of rubbish!

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Tried it one year ago, cost £190 saved so far £1700, feel great. Had my therapy near to Walsall took 1 hour, no coffee for 2 days prior (painfull) besides that alls good. Next the beer gets it!!

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Ive learned a little about this therapy in my time prior to my session. One reason that yours may not have worked is you stopped smoking 24 hrs before. The therapy is directed at the nicotein in your body, & it doesnt stay around for long, and if it cant be found then its not gona work. Without exception you are supposed to CONTINUE smoking or even increase it, this is why Bio-Res works better on a 40 a day & not a 2 a day smoker. The word REFUND springs to mind for some reason. Best of luck with that, should have done your homework.

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Hi

I tried 2 months ago in Manchester that bioresonance therapy it cost me only 85 quid, and I'm still not smoking :)))) I don't know about the others why so expensive but this one it worked for me.

 

Hi, Could you let me know, where in manchester? Does enybody know where I could find bioresonance therapy in yorkshire?

 

Thanks:)

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The best way to quit smoking is control your self from the reach of cigarette , second you can eat something everytime so you can not like to have smoke. Rest of the things you can work is like just control control and control there is not any medicin in the world who can help you to quit smoking

 

 

Or dont do as he says because you'll be like me.

 

You may be ciggie free, but you MAY gain 3 stones in weight which is being a pain to lose.

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Stumbled across this thread and forum by chance and just had to register to put up a post.

Whatever nonsensical mumbo jumbo is entailed with Bioresonance, I have to say it worked for me. At the time, I didn't even feel all that driven to stop, just happened to chance upon an offer on Groupon (or similar) and thought I'd give it a try.

 

Well, I don't know how you guys did it but I found bioresonance to be totally ineffective. I was told to stop smoking for 24 hours before the treatment I recall and so by the time I got to the centre I was gagging for a cig. .

 

Like HGV driver and others, I too wasn't told to abstain form nicotine before the treatment, though do remember having no caffeine and alcohol in the few days lead up. Also, even full price it wouldn't have cost £600.

 

I often wonder if the treatment gets such a royal panning because none of the big drug companies benefit...

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I have to agree with agai...not so much with the trendy comment but as a product they can be effective. I say 'can' be because everyone is different and what works for one person might not for another. I myself have had a great experience with electronic cigarettes and anyone looking to quit I would defiantly recommend giving them a try. That being said I had never heard of Bioresonance before and if it works I think it’s a great way to quit. I suppose the best piece of advice I can give anyone is just be strong willed and actually have the frame of mind that you want to quit - it’s not something you can do half heartily.

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