Call for Abstract
World Congress on Tobacco and Smoking Cessation, will be organized around the theme “Innovative Approaches to defeat Tobacco and Smoking cessation”
Tobacco 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Tobacco 2020
Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.
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- Track 1-1Practice of relaxation techniques
- Track 1-2Nicotine replacement therapy
- Track 1-3Ethical Education
- Track 2-1Nicotine dependence
- Track 2-2Quiting methods
- Track 3-1Tobacco Addiction Rate
- Track 3-2Clinical care
- Track 4-1 Psychological problems
- Track 4-2Graded Exposure Assignments
- Track 5-1Clinical judgmental factor
- Track 5-2Motivational Interview
- Track 6-1Pharmacokinetic Interactions
- Track 6-2Pharmacodynamic Interactions
- Track 7-1Mood-altering effects
- Track 7-2Tobacco Dependency
Nicotine replacement therapy is the process of giving the nicotine in the form of gums, patches, sprays, inhalers or lozenges. NRT reduces withdrawal feelings by giving a controlled amount of nicotine but no dangerous chemicals found in cigarettes. This small amount of nicotine helps to satisfy your desire for nicotine and reduces the urge to smoke. Nicotine replacement along with counseling has been proven to improve tobacco abstinence rates.
- Track 8-1Lozenges
- Track 8-2Nasal spray
- Track 9-1Metabolic rate
- Track 9-2Immune System Suppressants
- Track 10-1Smoking-related illness
- Track 10-2Lung Damage
The process of inhalation and expose of smoke indirectly from the active smoker is called Passive Smoking. Second-hand smoking is particularly dangerous for children who exposed to passive smoke which leads to many diseases.
- Track 11-1Inhalation problems
- Track 11-2Second-hand smoking
Chemicals present in tobacco such as nicotine, cyanide and carbon monoxide leads to speed up the loss rate of eggs. If the eggs die off, they cannot be regenerate or be replaced. This means the menopause occurs 1 to 4 years before when compared with non-smokers. Many do not realize that smoking can also lead to reproductive problems in both men and women.
- Track 12-1Harmonal Imbalance
- Track 12-2Reproductive Health Damage
Tobacco and related products can lead to oral diseases by affecting the attachment of bone and soft tissue to your teeth. Mostly, the smoking interferes with the normal function of gum tissue cells. This leads to smokers are more susceptible to infections, such as periodontal disease, and impair blood flow to the gums - which may affect wound healing.
- Track 13-1Tobacco Ulcers
- Track 13-2Esophageal Cancer
- Track 14-1Chronic bronchitis
- Track 14-2Lung cancer
- Track 15-1Myocardial Infarction
- Track 15-2Cataracts