Why Is Nicotine so Addictive and How Laser Therapy Is the Best Solution?
December 11, 2014
It is very easy to develop a nicotine addiction; you only need a few cigarettes over a couple of days to build up your nicotine tolerance when you are in your mid to late teens—the time when most people usually start smoking. Nicotine is found in most tobacco products.
Nicotine creates pleasure in the brain thereby causing a feeling of relaxation. It is absorbed through the skin mucosal lining of the nose and mouth. It can reach the peak levels in the brain and the bloodstream depending on the amount taken. Over time, nicotine stops the brain from producing the chemicals that creates these good feelings and the user up ends craving for more nicotine and the sensation it produces. That is why most addicts find it hard to stop taking it.
Low-level laser therapy has been used for decades in the treatment of wide variety of conditions. It is a painless and non-invasive treatment, using only hand-held low power laser technology. It helps people get over their nicotine addiction. The endorphins released into the body block nicotine receptors in the brain and allow patient to cease nicotine intake without the withdrawal symptoms. Cold lasers have no effect on healthy cells and it is extremely safe.
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