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Smoking Cessation

How Cold Laser Therapy can help you QUIT SMOKING and VAPING forever

The Smoking and Vaping Cessation Program

The smoking cessation program is a therapeutic program that combines the ancient art of acupuncture with the modern success of laser therapy. The laser probe is programmed to detect certain acupressure points that are stimulated to release endorphins and serotonin (the feel-good chemicals to the brain). When released, the chemicals provide the feeling of wellness to replace the feeling often associated with nicotine. The points in the program also help to control cravings, help reduce stress and help balance normal organ function.

Within 24 hours of smoking your last cigarette, blood pressure begins to stabilize, oxygen levels increase carbon monoxide levels decrease and your heart rate begins to return to normal.

To accomplish this, the Thor Laser is applied to specific points on the ears, nose, face, fingers, wrists, and knee. The patient is dressed the entire time. It is painless, non-invasive and no needles are used.


A 2015 study conducted by the Center of Disease Control calculated over 36 million American’s smoke cigarettes. A vaping device meant to originally help adults quit smoking cigarettes has exploded into a teenage social phenomenon with 3.05 million high school students in the United States vaping. That translates to 1 in 5 students nationwide, according to the CDC.

When a person inhales cigarette smoke or vapes, the nicotine is rapidly absorbed into the blood and starts affecting the brain within 7 seconds. The result is the release of hormone adrenaline, the fight or flight hormone. This will increase a person’s heart rate, blood pressure, and restrict.

Nicotine is the substance that creates cravings and is one of many dangerous components found in cigarettes. According to one study, cigarette smoke contains close to 100 elements known to be hazardous to humans.

As of November 2019, there have been over 1600 cases of vaping relating lung injuries and 34 deaths reported by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

According to the New England Journal of Medicine, e-cigarette use among students in the 8th, 10th, and 12th grades more than doubled from 2017 to 2019.

Studies suggest nicotine alters chemical pathways to the brain.

One e-cigarette pod has as much nicotine as a pack of cigarettes

Teenagers who vape may have problems with attention, concentration and behavioral dysregulation.

Our comprehensive program includes:

  • State of the art laser equipment (See
  • One initial laser treatment followed by booster treatments if needed.
  • Nutritional supplements
  • Educational material
  • Personal one on one counseling
  • Affordable rates


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