- Over 10,000+ Smokers Treated
- Nicotine-free Method to Quit Smoking
- Control your nicotine cravings
- Overcome psychological addiction
- Begin your new smoke-free life
How does it work?
Low-level laser therapy for smoking cessation operates on principles similar to the 5,000 year old ancient Asian healing art of Acupuncture. Acupuncture is known to reduce tension, increase circulation, and enable the body to relax more deeply.
- short treatment: 30 minutes
- relaxing and inspiring
- zero side effects, no adverse reactions
Quit now. Live Free.
Entrepreneur Craig Nabat, learned about laser therapy after being treated in Canada for his own nicotine addiction, and in April 2003 he established Freedom Laser Therapy in Los Angeles California. Craig's first-hand battle with nicotine addiction sparked a fire in him to help others struggling to quit smoking.
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According to the American Lung Association, nicotine single-handedly kills an estimated 442,398 Americans each year from diseases related to smoking.
Additional health care costs to businesses for smokers are well known. Smokers can cost employers money for accidental injury and related workers compensation costs. Smokers have twice the accident rate of non-smokers due in part to loss of attention, eye irritations and cough. The percentage of smokers to become disabled and retire early is almost six times greater than non-smokers.
On average, smokers are absent 50% more often than nonsmokers. A study found that cigarette smokers missed 5.5 more days of work per year than nonsmoking employees. Smokers cost you temporary replacements, lowered productivity as well as a drop in morale among employees who are on the job and must cope with the absences.
What will you the Employer get in return? You may well receive more efficiency, productivity, attentiveness, energy, and overall better health from your employees who used to smoke. You may also see improved retention and loyalty from employees who recognize their employer is committed to offering resources to help them improve the quality of their lives. In turn, you may save money on health care and disability costs, smoke breaks, sick days, temps, and training new employees.
In addition, time is lost each workday due to cigarette breaks. On an average, 3.5 cigarette breaks are taken per day, ranging 5-15 minutes each time and an additional 1-2 times during non-break periods by almost every person who smokes.
Our laser therapy for smoking cessation may be a good investment in your employees. For every employee who quits smoking, the return on your investment would be realized within the first year.