Laser Therapy For Smoking: Quit Smoking Through Lasers

Tobacco is dangerous for your health. Tobacco contains all the harmful substances like acetone and tar to nicotine and carbon monoxide which are not only dangerous for your lungs but also affects your whole body. Smoking leads to a variety of ongoing complications in the body, as well as long-term effects on your body systems. Cigarette smoking causes more than 480,000 deaths each year in the United States. This is nearly one in five deaths.smoking cause many more deadly disease like Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), many cardiovascular, respiratory, kidney failure,  cancer and etc.

Laser Therapy for Smoking

It is hard to quit smoking if you are acting alone. Quitting smoking lowers your risk for smoking-related diseases and can add years to your life. Stop smoking programs are offered by hospitals, health departments, work sites, and national organizations. But away from these treatments better method to quit smoking is smoking therapies. So read this blog and know more about how laser therapy is effective in quitting smoking.

Laser Therapy for Smoking

From past few years, laser therapy for smoking cessation has been up to a 73% success rate, far above any other methods commonly used for quitting smoking. Commonly used nicotine replacement therapies such as the nicotine patch (13%), nicotine inhaler (17%), nicotine gum (18%) and nicotine nasal spray (24%) do not even compare (Nicotine Replacement Therapies in Smoking Cessation – A review of Evidence and Policy Issues: Canadian Council on Tobacco Control, 2000).

Laser stimulation on the ears, face, hands, and wrists simulates the calming effect of nicotine on the body to alleviate the uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that are often experienced when quitting smoking (irritability, anxiety, short-temper, inability to focus, depressed mood, sleeplessness). The effects of the laser smoking treatment are sustained throughout the physical withdrawal period (4-6 weeks).

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Our laser therapy for smoking cessation has been up to a 73% success rate, far above any other methods commonly used for quitting smoking. Commonly used nicotine replacement therapies such as the nicotine patch (13%), nicotine inhaler (17%), nicotine gum (18%) and nicotine nasal spray (24%) do not even compare (Nicotine Replacement Therapies in Smoking Cessation – A review of Evidence and Policy Issues: Canadian Council on Tobacco Control, 2000)

 

 

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