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New Results from Orriant’s Corporate Wellness Programs are Demonstrating the Benefits of Tobacco Cessation
Date:7/19/2013

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) July 19, 2013

Recent results from Orriant exhibit the positive impact their accountability-based company wellness programs have on employees and tobacco cessation. Tobacco usage is a leading contributing factor to numerous health issues in the United States, including heart disease, cancer, and stroke. Every year hundreds of thousands of deaths can be attributed to tobacco. In the struggle to quit smoking, participants are finding lower employee healthcare costs and wellness incentives are achieved with the encouragement and know-how from an Orriant Health Coach.

Tobacco cessation is a common goal within Orriant’s company health programs. Giving up tobacco alone can increase life expectancy and drastically decrease the risk for preventable diseases. Since tobacco use is connected with a variety of health-related issues, the cost of smoking is extremely high. Along with the habit itself, insurance premium rates for a smoker often exceed those in comparison to a nonsmoker. Participants are kicking the habit and improving their overall health, which often results in lower employee healthcare costs and monthly premiums, by utilizing Orriant’s corporate wellness programs.

Orriant’s accountability-based company health programs are designed to help each participant as an individual. Every employee is partnered with an Orriant Health Coach to personally guide them to their unique diet, fitness, and tobacco cessation goals. All Orriant coaches hold a minimum of a 4-year degree in a health-related field and undergo rigorous training to help their participants. Coaches assist in designing a quit plan that is obtainable for that individual, outlining goals and tracking progress. The benefits for tobacco cessation are countless, but an increased quality of life and lower employee healthcare costs rank among the top for tobacco cessation wellness incentives.

One participant in particular is reaping the benefits of Orriant’s accountability-based company health programs. Whitney smoked for over 25 years, but desired to quit when her last granddaughter was born. Inspired by her Orriant coach, Whitney was able to quit smoking and begin an exercise regimen. She is now more motivated to live a healthy lifestyle and involves her family in her activities. Whitney stated, “Not only is it helping with your benefits for work, it is helping with your life.” Her improved quality of life was an addition to the wellness incentives that Orriant offers. For more information about Orriant’s corporate wellness programs, visit their website at http://www.Orriant.com.

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