Laser Treatment- Nice And Effective Way To Stop Smoking

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If you or anyone you know has tried to stop smoking you know how difficult it is. In fact some of them cheated with their battle against smoking. Only few of them succeeded with things like the patch, gum or pills because they are still getting nicotine.

The laser treatment to stop smoking program is over three days. On day one you will receive your first one-hour session of relaxing treatment. The second session is 2 days later, more relaxing treatment plus time to review your progress. The third session is 1-week later, more relaxing treatment plus time to review your progress. Back up support is always available during and after treatment if required.

This laser treatment to stop smoking helps to promote the release of endorphin in the body. Endorphin is the body's natural chemical for helping to keep the body calm and relaxed making it much easier to deal with the addiction, withdrawal symptoms and cravings that may come when giving up nicotine.

During the laser treatment energy points on your hands, face, and ears are treated. If a client feels the sensation from the low-level laser, they may feel a warm, pulsating and sometimes-tingling feeling. Some clients may only feel a calming sensation from the laser.

A research study was conducted in Middlesex University regarding laser treatment to stop smoking. They studied 340 smokers who either received this laser treatments four, three or did not have treatment.

Those who had four treatments successfully stopped smoking and about half of those who had three treatments also stopped smoking. Many if those who receive treatment did not completely quit smoking but at least cut down their consumption. But most of the participants did not change.

Researchers also reported that patients who returned to smoke during the three months following the study conducted was because of particular moments of stress experienced. Patients also reported feeling and sleeping better after the laser treatment.

Results also show not a single patient gained weight, and some even lost weight.
The treatment has been used in Canada and Europe for more than 15 years. It has not yet been FDA approved in the United States and is instead offered as a research protocol.