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Autoregulation et dependance : Intervention de sevrage tabagique par la sophrologie et les TCC

Abstract : Classic smoking cessation remains a continuous challenge, both with regard to is efficiency and in the number of relapses. This longitudinal study was aimed at verifying the evolution of changes in stress, anxiety, depression and self esteem scores during smoking cessation following cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), sophrology and nicotine replacement therapy, without the use of oral medication. The study was conducted with a follow-up of one year and 29 intervention sessions. The population sample consisted of 166 individuals, including 134 smokers, smoking between 5 and 40 cigarettes per day, of which 102 were admitted for smoking cessation, individually or as a group. The above therapeutic approach, based on "smoker's profile self regulation therapy", was found to be more effective than the classical smoking cessation approach, with 95% maintenance of smoking cessation after one year. Moreover, it allowed maintenance with lower healthcare costs, although necessitated a more onerous monitoring by smoking cessation specialists. This study seems to confirm that a long sustained follow up smoking cessation, based on targeted "smoker's profile" is more effective than any other approach. Several identical studies on more cases are necessary to confirm or to infirm this tobacco cessation way efficiency.
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Lafcadio Robert Rusu. Autoregulation et dependance : Intervention de sevrage tabagique par la sophrologie et les TCC. Psychologie. Université de Lorraine, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012LORR0358⟩. ⟨tel-01749425⟩

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