Nicotine Addiction Program
The addiction to cigarettes has been compared
to the dependency of cocaine and heroin.
Over the years there have been many stop
smoking programs with varied results. Most
of these programs, including the “gum” and
the “patch”, have been drug (nicotine) based.
Common sense dictates that replacing an
addictive substance with another addictive
substance is not an effective form of
The Total Laser Therapy program includes
a two sided approach. We deal with both
the physical and psychological sides of the
addiction. First we deal with the physical side,
the nasty withdrawal symptoms of the drug.
|The Physical Side
The laser therapist uses a soft laser to target
energy points on the body. Focusing the laser
beam on these areas causes the body to
release natural chemicals called endorphins.
Endorphins have a calming, relaxing effect
on the body that helps to reduce nicotine
cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Some
clients report a feeling of euphoria following a
smoking cessation treatment with the laser.
addition to stimulating an endorphin release,
the laser stimulates the body’s natural ability
to detoxify, getting the ex-smoker through the
nicotine withdrawal more quickly.
||The Psychological Side
The therapist will educate and counsel you on
techniques, tips and helpful hints on how to
beat the psychological issues. In order to help
you succeed as a non-smoker, we will discuss
the differences between the physical and
psychological cravings, how to break the habit
as well as detox and supplements.
will receive a smokers handbook, a relaxation
CD and 2 months of follow-up.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Low Level Laser Therapy medically
Low Level Laser Therapy is a non-medical
procedure, however, it is performed by a
Registered Nurse. Total Laser Therapy uses
CSA approved laser equipment. Worldwide,
thousands of professional health care
providers use Low Level Lasers in their
practices. Some insurance plans will cover
the procedure but you must contact your
insurance carrier to determine if your plan
Is Low Level Laser Therapy safe?
Absolutely Low Level Laser Therapy is
completely safe, painless and drug-free.
Our Certified Low Level Laser therapist is a
Registered Nurse and uses only approved
What part of the body is treated?
Low Level Laser is applied to specific
acupuncture or energy points located on the
ears, nose and hands.
How long does a Low Level Laser
Therapy session take?
A typical session takes between 45 and 60
minutes depending on each person’s individual
How effective is Low Level Laser Therapy to stop or quit smoking?
Results are exceptionally high compared to
alternative methods such as the nicotine
patch, nicotine gum, anti depressant drugs,
cold turkey, stop smoking pills or potions and