Say bye to your

your nicotine addiction

Quit Smoking is the process of discontinuing tobacco smoking. Tobacco smoke contains nicotine, which is addictive and can cause dependence. Nicotine withdrawal often makes the process of quitting difficult.

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We’ll ask you a couple of quick medical questions. Tick the boxes and a clinician will review your answers and issue you a prescription.

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Your selected treatments will be delivered for free in discreet packaging. There’ll be some helpful info included to make sure you get the best out of it.

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Morbidity caused by Smoking

Smoking can have widespread effects on the body as the toxins and other contents in cigarettes are readily absorbed and then circulated throughout the body. Some of the conditions smoking can cause are listed as follows:

Clinical Intervention for Smokers

The best thing for you to do as a smoker to solve all your health concerns is to quit! There is no better time to quit than yesterday, but today is good enough!

We will assit you to quit the best way we can, NOT cold turkey!

We will ask you a few questions to determine the level of help you require and then suggest the best treatment to support your goal of quitting before arranging for follow up if you require it.

Simple, yet effective!


Smokers get addicted to smoking due to presence of nicotine in cigarette. Nicotine gives the brain a pleasurable sensation, which is temporary. As a result, the smoker is addicted to the feel good sensastion post-smoking and wants it over again. The habit then becomes an addiction.

  1. Central Nervous System
  • Nicotine addiction, leading to smoking addiction
  • Increased risk of acquiring a stroke
  1. Respiratory System
  • Bronchitis
  • Emphysema
  • Pneumonia
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD)
  • Lung cancer
  • Acute exercebation of bronchial asthma
  1. Cardiovascular System
  • Peripheral Arterial Disease
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Cardiac Failure
  • Myocardial Infarction
  1. Skin&Hair
  • Balding
  • Premature Hair Greying
  • Fungal Nail Infection
  1. Digestive System
  • Higher risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes
  • Higher risk of acquiring mouth/throat cancer
  1. Reproductive system
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Loss of Libido
  • Decreased Performance
  • Brief Clinical Intervention (5A’s)

    1. Ask about tobacco use
    2. Advice to quit
    3. Assess willingness to make attempt to quit
    4. Assist in quit attempt
    5. Arrange follow up post smoking cessation

    Intensive Clinical Intervention

    1. Assess whether the tobacco user is willing to quit the habit
    2. Use multiple counselling strategy with multiple types of clinicians
    3. Ensure that there is minimum of 4 sessions and each lasting more than 10 minutes
    4. Counselling can be given individually, as a group or over the phone
    5. Counselling should include problem solving skills and intra- treatment social support
    6. Use of pharmacological intervention

Meet our medical team

Enabling the mission of revolutionising how men approach health, they are at the core of the men’s wellness platform. Meet our team 

Dr Siti Mariam

Medical Doctor

MBBS (Malaya) MMC 34231

Dr Hamrizal

Medical Doctor

M.D (UKM) MMC 32159

Dr Farah Ruhana

Medical Doctor

M.D (CSMU,Ukraine) MMC 59887

Dr Alan Soh

Medical Doctor

MBBS (Malaya) MMC 33336

Dr Siti Hazury

Medical Doctor

MBBS (Malaya) OHD MMC 36745

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