SmartQuitTM is an evidence-based* smoking cessation program that can improve your odds of quitting and be used with or without nicotine replacement therapy. The program is delivered via a Smartphone app, so it is private, easy to use and always within reach.
Get SmartQuit! Download the FREE lite version now.(The full program costs $50 for six months access.)
How does it work? SmartQuit uses an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) approach to quitting that is different from other programs. Smokers create a personal plan. They are then asked to become very aware of their urges to smoke. Lastly they learn new ways to think about those urges so that they can notice the urge to smoke, without acting on it. SmartQuit is also delivered completely over the privacy of your own smartphone.
SmartQuit is the first smoking cessation "app" that has been tested in a randomized control trial. The preliminary trial was done with 198 smokers and suggests quit rates 2-3 times better than quitting on one's own. In addition, six more published trials, totaling 999 smokers, consistently suggest that ACT is effective in helping smoker quit. clinicaltrials.gov
- SmartQuit Study Results Business Use You can now offer SmartQuit as part of your wellness/benefits program. Contact us for a demo.
Listen to Dr Bricker's Talk about the approach behind SmartQuit.
More Research Needed - Millions of people are turning to apps everyday for help with behavioral and health issues such as smoking, health habits and mental health, yet few apps have been tested. The early study* on SmartQuit was very promising but limited in size and more studies are needed. 2Morrow is committed to ongoing improvement and research.
Recently chosen for a Washington Life Sciences Discovery Fund Grant, 2Morrow will conducting be a pilot study looking both at real world distribution models and evidence-based improvements. Additional collaborations with researchers at Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center are currently planned in the areas of smoking cessation and weight loss.
Can You Quit Smoking Without Gaining Weight?
Many smokers report a fear of weight gain as a deterrent to quitting. However in a previous study, researchers noticed that some smokers using an ACT-based approach actually lost weight while quitting! The research is early but researchers believe that learning new ways of dealing with your urges is a transferable skill that once acquired, can be applied to other urges such as the urge to snack or overeat.
"I want to quit because I have young children who have asthma and allergies. I needed a program that was quick and easy to use. SmartQuit is that and more - even my daughter likes the exercises. I am making friends with my urge monster and he doesn't control me anymore, thank you." - D.J from Arizona