ANNE PENMAN LASER QUIT SMOKING THERAPY
A THREE PART ONE HOUR LASER TREATMENT FOR SMOKING TO COMBAT BOTH THE PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF QUITTING SMOKING
The Anne Penman Laser Quit Smoking Ontario Program is a customized and highly developed method for aiding individuals in their efforts to quit smoking cigarettes, cigars, and e-cigarettes. It has been utilized for the past 25 years to assist thousands of people in over 30 countries in breaking their addiction to nicotine. Regardless of the amount smoked or the duration of the habit, Anne Penman’s laser treatment is able to provide the necessary support to reach the goal of being smoke-free in one or two treatments. Quit smoking in Ontario clinics in Toronto and Richmond Hill.
Millions of people globally are impacted by smoking. Stepping away from smoking is a positive step for one’s health, but it can be difficult. Traditional approaches such as nicotine replacement and going cold turkey have a low success rate and can produce uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. Thankfully, there is now a more advanced option to quit smoking securely and efficiently: quit smoking laser therapy.
What is Laser Therapy?
Low level laser therapy targets certain acupuncture points on the head, face, and hands in order to help with smoking cessation. This laser therapy, also referred to as laser acupuncture or cold laser therapy, aids in releasing endorphins that help in alleviating the unpleasant symptoms of quitting, like anxiety, irritability, and restlessness.
How Does it Work?
The laser stop smoking program is a pain-free and non-invasive way of reducing the urge to smoke by stimulating certain acupuncture points in the body. This process can take less than an hour, and the release of endorphins works to reduce nicotine withdrawal symptoms.
What’s the Success Rate?
The results of quit smoking lazer therapy for smoking cessation may differ from person to person and depending on the severity of their addiction. However, research has revealed that it is a highly effective method of quitting, with an average success rate of 85%.
Are there any Side Effects?
Utilizing laser technology, a treatment that is safe and does not involve any invasive procedures, is usually without any negative outcomes. However, in rare instances, a few people may experience minor symptoms like headaches, nausea, and lightheadedness, but these should dissipate within a few hours.
The Laser Treatment for the Ontario Quit Smoking Program combines:
LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY
GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING
CONTINUAL SUPPORT AND MOTIVATION
BENEFITS OF QUITING SMOKING
Once you've quit smoking, there are immediate health benefits you will experience.
For your daily life
Makes any physical activity easierRead More
SOME MYTHS ABOUT SMOKING
Smoking helps me stay thin.
Smoking helps me relieve stress.
It can't hurt me now; I'm only young
Does smoking help protect me against Alzheimer?Read More
PREPARING TO QUIT SMOKING
Save the money that you would have spent on cigarettes for a treat such as a new outfit, going out for a meal or taking a vacation.
Smoke your last cigarette before you come to your therapy session.Read More
SMOKING AND TOBACCO RESOURCES
Advocacy and Media
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Electronic Cigarettes (e-Cigarette)Read More
Laser Quit Smoking Therapy and Teeth Whitening Combo Special
WHYCHOOSE OUR LASER QUIT SMOKING THERAPY PROGRAM
GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING
CUSTOMER CARE GUARANTEE
HONESTY & INTEGRITY
PAIN FREE LASER SMOKING CESSATION
BEST VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY
OVER 5+ YEARS EXPERIENCE
SOME MYTH OF LASER QUIT SMOKING THERAPY
No proof exists that one could become dependent on Laser Therapy, as no drugs or habit-forming substances are used in the treatment.
It is generally believed that smokers weigh less than non-smokers. However, when an individual quits smoking, they may experience a 2-3kg weight gain. The nicotine from cigarettes has been known to suppress appetite and also increase the rate of calorie burning. To counteract this, some people may substitute cigarettes with snacking.
Though smoking may seem to be an effective way to manage weight and stay healthy, the risks associated with it far exceed any potential benefits from avoiding a small amount of weight gain. Furthermore, research suggests that smoking could actually be linked to an increased risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s, contrary to popular belief.
Though it had been thought that smoking might lower the chances of developing Alzheimer’s, authorities are now of the opinion that it increases the risk of getting dementia. For further details, the Alzheimer’s Association can provide more insight.
It is commonly accepted that smoking less cigarettes, using brands of lower strength, or switching to cigars or pipe smoking can lessen the threats of smoking. However, research has demonstrated that when people smoke less, they often smoke harder, thus limiting any health advantages. Additionally, there is no evidence that reducing usage of cigarettes will make a successful attempt to quit more likely. The only true way to reduce the dangers of smoking is to quit altogether.
It is a common misconception that smoking leads to a longer life, but it is actually the opposite. Half of all smokers will die due to smoking-related illnesses, while the lucky ones who manage to escape fatal illness will still be subject to ageing, impotence, blindness, and other health issues which can negatively affect their longevity.
Quitting smoking early gives you a better chance of reaping the rewards in the future. It could take up to 15 years to get your risk of a heart attack to the same level as a non-smoker, so the sooner you stop, the more likely you are to benefit in the long run. For more information about the advantages of quitting, see our page on the benefits of stopping.