Lasers End Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms
Smoking Cessation With Lasers
Today's laser devices are becoming an important part of our modern day health and beauty maintenance. Laser treatments are available for every thing from vision correction to tooth whitening. Laser devices are used for surgery and to erase unpleasant skin defects like varicose veins. Laser manufacturers are now testing a laser they say can safely and painlessly help people give up smoking. Makers of these devices say they work better than even the newest e-cigarette styles.
Laser manufacturers report a rate of success of 80% (although this has yet to be verified). Their claim of success has made it the fastest growing smoking cessation option of recent years. Ex cigarette smokers are claiming success by simply zapping their addiction with a laser procedures that supposedly works like a modern-day type of acupuncture. The laser focuses on the same "energy points" on the human body as acupuncture therapy for smoking without breaking the skin. Even doctors acknowledge that apart from the therapy not working for a small number of people, there isn't any downsides to this type of treatment.
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How Lasers Work
The laser therapy approach employs laser pulses to start creating endorphins that are your bodies natural "feel good" neurotransmitter. Endorphins are linked to pain reduction and stress reduction. The endorphins produced through laser treatments both reduce your craving for cigarettes and ease smoking withdrawal discomfort. The treatment is most successful when during the period of time a smoker goes through the most difficult stage of withdrawal which is once they start to quit smoking.
The makers of these devices claim endorphins take the place of nicotine in the brain's nicotine receptor area so withdrawal symptoms are greatly reduced. The increased concentration of endorphins also delivers a heightened sense of peaceful well-being while helping the cigarette smoker stave off most of the discomfort associated with withdrawal.
Hybridizing present day laser technology with the ancient method of acupuncture has made what many smokers are calling an effective, inexpensive quitting option. With no irritation or discomfort and decreased withdrawal symptoms, the laser method of smoking cessation may provide an option for those who have failed at other methods. Some users report it is better than the e-cigarettes.