Quit Smoking via Laser Technology

Facts about smoking:

  • Tobacco, in the form of cigarettes, is the most addictive drug in the world.
  • Nicotine is one of the strongest stimulants known.
  • Smoking is one of the most efficient drug-delivery systems.
  • Smoking actually puts drugs into the brain more directly than intravenous injection.
  • It is true that one of the benefits of smoking is the brief relief of internal tension;
  • Unfortunately, within 20 minutes the tension is back stronger than before, demanding –
    another fix.
When you smoke a cigarette, natural chemicals in your body, called endorphins, immediately signal your brain to make you think you feel better. Nicotine addiction alters the normal endorphin cycle in your body so you have a hard time feeling good without the use of nicotine, whether it is from cigarettes, dip, chew, cigars or pipes. As you know, the effects of nicotine wear off quickly (usually 1
to 2 hours). As time goes by, endorphin levels in your body drop far below normal, and you begin to feel extremely irritable, upset, stressed, fatigued, and anxious for another cigarette. After you inhale again, endorphin levels are raised back up to a point where you feel better. This continues on and on and on in a never ending cycle.  This is your addiction and this is why it is difficult to quit smoking.
Here is how laser technology works…

By naturally elevating levels of endorphins, laser therapy allows you to eliminate nicotine from your body while avoiding the
cravings, stress, and irritability most commonly associated with withdrawal. The difference between cigarettes and laser treatment is the laser naturally stimulates your cells to release endorphins over a much longer period of time, versus 1 to 2 HOURS for a cigarette. It takes between three to five days to allow nicotine to leave your body completely. 

Laser Technology Benefits

  • Laser Therapy to Stop Smoking with an 85% QUIT RATE.
  • You can quit smoking in less than 1 hour.
  • The Better Health Laser Clinic helps hundreds of locals every year quit smoking.