Quit Smoking Laser Therapy

Quit Smoking Laser Therapy from Aculaser Clinic - Quit Smoking Laser Therapy in Melbourne

By: Aculaser Clinic - Quit Smoking Laser Therapy in Melbourne  18-Jan-2013
Keywords: Quit Smoking, Stop Smoking, Smoking Cessation

The laser treatment protocol is to stimulate the release of the body’s natural “feel good” chemicals, which can help eliminate the withdrawal symptoms associated with smoking cessation. These chemicals are endorphins, serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine. When these chemicals are re-introduced into the body naturally, it makes it easier to cope with the addiction, withdrawal symptoms and cravings that arise from giving up nicotine. With our treatment, your chances to quit smoking without feeling any withdrawal symptoms will be as high as 85%. After that, it is entirely up to you. Without any withdrawal symptoms, it will be incredibly easier to never smoke again. This program will treat the physical side of nicotine addiction, but your determination remains a fundamental aspect of the stop smoking process. This is not a miracle treatment, and it would be a mistake to think otherwise. We would like to make it clear: you need to do your part. The treatment at Aculaser Clinic will reduce client’s physical dependency on tobacco and help to minimize symptoms of withdrawal with one-hour treatments including consultation, program explanation, and 25-35 minutes of cold laser stimulation. The technology boosts the brain's production of endorphins, whose analgesic properties give patients a feeling of relaxation and facilitate the ability to STOP smoking. The treatment also helps them to control their weight and fight the stress and anxiety resulting from smoking cessation. By quitting, clients can lower their risk for heart attacks, increase lung capacity and boost their blood's oxygen levels for pumped-up energy. A cold laser is a coherent beam of low power light that is directed at energy points in the body, hands, ears ( Auricular)** , nose, wrists and face, corresponding with trigger points for organs, glands, endorphin secretion, stress, appetite and cravings. This sends signals to the nervous system to release chemicals in the muscles, spinal cord and brain, where they will trigger the release of other chemicals and hormones, which influence the body's own internal regulating system with "Neurotransmitters", endorphins and encephalin. The photo-chemical effects of laser light, once absorbed, have a biological effect. Laser treatment donates photons (energy packets) to your cells. This process stimulates endorphin production by your body, the natural pain killers. Endorphins help to suppress physical cravings, such as the craving for nicotine. Dopamine is the chemical which must be present in adequate amounts so that a person has a strong self-esteem and feels good about themself. In addition to stimulating endorphin production, laser therapy also detoxifies and relaxes the body. Laser therapy is of a very low intensity and is completely safe and there are no side effects. If, however, you have a serious health condition you may want to consult your physician before undergoing therapy as a precautionary measure. These days, it is widely understood that cigarette smoking can lead to numerous health problems. It is for this reason that an increasing number of smokers are now trying to STOP this unhealthy habit. 83% of smokers want to quit. However, quitting cigarettes can be immensely difficult, often requiring a tremendous amount of effort, will-power and commitment. As a result, various medications and methods have been devised to help people quit smoking. Laser therapy is one such method.

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