Tobacco addiction

France has 15 million smokers. Between the ages of 26 and 75, they consume an average of 15 cigarettes per day and nearly half show signs of addiction to smoking.

Virtual reality therapy has demonstrated great effectiveness over the past 30 years on addictions such as smoking. Progressive exposure to this type of virtual therapy allows for targeted control and desensitization of your addiction.

« 72% of smoking patients who were exposed to treatment invirtual reality exposure therapy did not relapse. » Eric Malbos

Doctor Psychiatrist

It is in your home that C2Care offers to treat you through virtual reality therapy.. Leader since 2015 in this field, a psychologist accompanies you with the help of cognitive behavioral therapies (CBT) to overcome your addiction to tobacco. 

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Why using virtual reality for tobacco addiction ?

Virtual Reality is going to help you fight against your tobacco addiction.

You are being exposed to a situation similar to reality using a virtual reality headset. You’ll go, step by step, to the context of your consumption.
Gradually, you are going to be exposed to different situations. Your anxiety and your desire to smoke will, little by little, go down.

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How does it work ?

You receive a virtual reality headset with unlimited access to the software. If you already have your headset, you can directly have access to the software.

Simultaneously, twice a month, you have appointments with a psychologist to help you with your addiction, where you’ll discuss your smoking habits, understand it and learn all the methods and techniques to quit it. During these consultations, you are using the virtual reality headset. The exposure is gradual and adapted to your needs and to your anxiety.

At the end of the 3 months subscription, you can keep going on the therapy if you want to.

Emma P. 54 years old

“I have been trying to quit smoking for 5 years. I have tried it all : nicotine patches, hypnosis, electronic cigarettes…. But, sadly, nothing ever worked. Everytime, a couple of weeks later, I was smoking like I’ve never stopped. I was desperate, so I looked up online to find another solution. And I don’t regret it. I am now done with my virtual reality therapy for a year, and I haven’t touched another cigarette since. I can say : I AM BREATHING !”

Emilie C. 36 years old

“Hello. I have a four years old son, and during my pregnancy I have quit smoking, with hypnosis and by reading books. But, quickly after his birth, I went back on smoking. But I have to admit that I have always been scared of passive smoking, and so ruining my son’s health. Even worse, I was scared of being a bad influence and making him become a smoker one day. Anyway… I had the desire to quit smoking, but not losing time to take care of my son. So, home-based virtual reality therapies really helped me. Today, I have a clear conscience and a healthy son. Thanks !”

Eric B. 39 years old

Fresh resolution planned for my 40 : to get my life back on track after years of extras and I don’t know how many kilos of cigarettes. I am ashamed of being breathless when I take the stairs. Obviously, getting back on track starts from quitting the cigarettes. Psychotherapy and virtual reality helped me to fight against this devil. I now climb the stairs without panting. And I have to admit, I feel way younger”