How It Works
QUIT SMOKING LASER THERAPY
The cold laser produces a beam of light at a high wavelength utilizing low energy. There are specific wavelengths at variable pulse rates applied for varied photobiostimulation. The laser is focused on multiple acupoints. This causes the release of endorphins into the body and causes stress reduction. Endorphins are the body's natural opiates and mood enhancer's. By blocking nicotine receptors in the brain, the endorphin release allows the patient to cease nicotine intake without the withdrawal symptoms.
Research has shown that smokers, alcohol and drugs addicts, compulsive gamblers and overeaters have higher blood/endorphin levels than non-addicts. Stimulated by routinely inhaling nicotine, taking a drug or alcohol, endorphin production is constantly being 'nudged up' above normal level. Knowing that endorphin is a pleasure/satisfaction neurochemical, it makes perfect sense that addicts are satisfied until that level starts to drop and out come the addictive substances again. When, for example, smokers just quit smoking their blood/endorphin level drops substantially causing dissatisfaction and in some cases anxiety. Quit smoking laser treatment is the easist way to eliminate those feelings.
Low-level laser therapy for smoking cessation operates on principles similar to the 5,000 year old ancient Asian healing art of Acupuncture. Quit smoking laser therapy is known to reduce tension, increase circulation, and enable the body to relax more deeply. After 35 years of use internationally in Europe and Canada low-level laser for nicotine addiction is now available in the United States.