Quitting is Now as Easy as Drinking Water
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) March 30, 2012
A Las Vegas biotech company, Medical Support Solutions, has announced a new innovative treatment aimed to dramatically help those who want to stop smoking. Called ModeraXL, the new product consists of flavorful nutrients that are mixed with a glass of water to drink. According to Dr. Frederic J. Vagnini, MD, “With over 47 million smokers in the United States, smoking has become a serious addiction with horrible consequences.”
“The statistics are scary,” claims Vagnini. “Most smokers die of lung, throat or esophageal cancer. In fact, smokers are many times more likely to suffer heart attacks than non-smokers. If that isn’t bad, addicted smokers experience more wrinkles, premature skin-aging and in men, it is a leading cause of erectile dysfunction. But there’s more.”
“In women it also causes breasts to sag, teeth to yellow and a host of changes in the mouth,” claims Vagnini, who has been enthusiastic about ModeraXL as an easy treatment to help smokers stop smoking. “It is natural and scientifically proven to reduce cravings and restore brain chemistry.”
“ModeraXL has truly taken the addiction world by storm,” claims Dr. Ronald B. Jahner, a board certified Naturopathic physician who has over 30 years of experience in clinical nutrition and natural therapies. As a certified addictionologist, Jahner claims that ModeraXL dramatically reduces cravings.
ModeraXL are small tubes packaged in a box containing a month’s supply of 60 tubes. Smokers take the contents of one tube in the morning and one in the afternoon. Reduced cravings are said to start within a few days of taking the product. “Continuous use restores the brain’s chemistry, replaces the neurotransmitters destroyed by the addiction and dramatically reduces cravings,” according to Vagnini. “They are ‘vitamins for the brain’ so not only do you stop your cravings but you start to feel better with more energy, better sleep habits and you feel more in charge. Quitting is now as easy as drinking a glass of water.”