Having trouble kicking your bad habits, your brain might be to blame, according to new research on mice published in the journal Current Biology. Scientists at the Brudnick Neuropsychiatric Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts Medical School have pinpointed specific areas in the brain that could be responsible for nicotine withdrawal symptoms like nausea, headaches, irritability and weight gain that make it so difficult to go cold turkey.
About 69 percent of people surveyed said they want to quit their bad habits like smoking, but nicotine, the drug in tobacco products, may be as addictive as heroin and cocaine, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
When your body senses satisfaction from any stimulant such as; nicotine, sugar, alcohol or chemical substance it reaches the brain in about 10 to 20 seconds. This causes a chemical called dopamine to be released in the brain.
Dopamine provides a feeling of pleasure and satisfaction. By using the Stop Crave patch on a regular time table, your anxiety and stress associated with withdrawal symptoms begin to diminish in about 3-4 weeks.
Stop Crave patch is a non-transdermal patch that gives you a bridge to reduce the craving through natural frequency signatures. The source is called Bio Energy Synthesis Technology, which is a process of infusing bio energy that holds sub-harmonic frequencies into our proprietary material. This material is then bonded to a non-latex woven medical pad manufactured by 3M Company. This programming process is done with our patented AFG (Accelerator Frequency Generator).
The Stop Crave patch is made to rapidly promote and activate the necessary resources to optimize body and brain function to reduce craving.