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Innovative Laser Therapy Uses Low-Level Laser Therapy to Induce Endorphine release in Nicotine-Addict patients

The smoke cessation clinic based in Connecticut, Innovative Laser Therapy is offering a low-level laser therapy designed to help people give up smoking with only one laser treatment.

The owner of the Connecticut-based Innovative Laser Therapy, Frank Pinto stated that the laser therapy is the least invasive method and most effective for those who want to stop smoking. Pinto explained that the method has showed a sustained success rate as compared to other cessation products and is void of side effects or pain.

After 35 years of implementation in Canada and Europe, the low-level laser based therapy designed to overcome nicotine addiction is available in Connecticut through clinical research trials. Frank Pinto’s clinic uses a result-driven treatment protocol used by laser treatment centers across the globe to help people kick the habit. A drug-free FDA-cleared class 3b low-powered laser is used to treat the patient suffering from nicotine addiction.

Nicotine releases Endorphins that are natural chemicals released by nicotine. It is associated with stress and pain relief. Thus, when a person stops smoking, the drop in endorphin leads to stress, anxiety and tension, which are all withdrawal symptoms. The laser therapy promotes the endorphin release whereby the cravings and withdrawal symptoms reduce. During the therapy, the laser is concentrated to specific points on the hands, wrists, face and ears associated with appetite suppression and addiction.

Source: http://innovativelasertherapy.com/

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