Stop Smoking, Start Living
Stop Smoking Laser Center in Tampa, FL offers a unique 3-step laser treatment plan to help you “kick the habit” and quit smoking. Within one week and 2 sessions you can be smoke free and surprisingly happy about it!
Quitting smoking is one of the most important and challenging lifestyle changes an individual can make. Considering the many health, social, and economic benefits of quitting it is in the smoker’s best interest to quit. More than 45 million Americans have liberated themselves from smoking, so it is possible to quit — and quit for good!
Get Informed about the dangers of smoking
MYTHS ABOUT SMOKING
Only a handful of dangerous toxins can be found in tobacco smoke.
FACT: Actually, the number is closer to 250. Of these harmful chemicals, at least 70 of them have been proven to cause cancer, a list that includes arsenic, formaldehyde, nickel and chromium. The other 180, such as carbon monoxide, ammonia and hydrogen cyanide, are harmful to the human body in other ways.
Because of medical advances, the risk of a smoker developing lung cancer has decreased in recent decades.
FACT: Over the last 50 years, the risk of lung cancer and COPD (frequent bronchitis and emphysema) for smokers has actually gone up, even as the number of cigarettes consumed per smoker has gone down.
The main risk to pregnant women who smoke is premature delivery.
FACT: First of all, smoking makes it harder for a woman to conceive in the first place. But then it also increases risk of miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, low birth weight and cleft lip/palate. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) also becomes more likely when a woman smokes during or after pregnancy.
Choose Health over habit
Why Choose Us?
Stop Smoking, Quit Smoking or Smoking Cessation, no matter what you call it, if you really want to be Smoke Free, we will help you succeed.
The laser technology at Stop Smoking Laser Center is only part of the complex solutions needed to make life style changes. We seriously encourage our clients to follow a complete program. It’s critically important to treat both the mental and physical aspects of addictions.
About the process
WHAT IS LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is the application of a cold laser light to treat numerous conditions. It has been studied for over 35 years and is now commonly used worldwide to successfully treat many kinds of musculoskeletal injuries, repetitive stress injuries and for acupoint therapies because it promotes healing and tissue repair. LLLT has also been found to be an extremely successful treatment for alcohol and drug addiction, weight control, stress reduction, and smoking cessation.
The cold laser does not cut or burn. It is a safe, painless, and medication-free treatment with virtually no negative side effects. Laser therapy is a non-medical procedure and is respected by many physicians as a highly effective treatment. Many clinics are reporting success rates of around 80%, and countless people are raving about their successful treatment.
The 3 Step Program
Our certified laser technician will place a non-invasive, painless laser on your ears, face, hands and wrists to balance the energy flow between specific energy points and help alleviate the addiction and the cravings. You will feel no heat and no pain; the treatment is actually very relaxing.
Our certified laser technician will guide you through the process of breaking the daily habits that cause you to reach for nicotine. Our 24 hour hotline affords continual support for you to “kick the habit”.
The laser will shorten the detoxification process from a normal 30 day period to just 3-4 days. The laser treatment also releases Endorphins, Serotonin, and Dopamine into your brain, which are the body’s “feel good” chemicals – the same chemicals you get when you smoke. This will make the quitting process much more manageable than any other method available today to quit smoking
Stop Smoking Laser Center in Tampa is teaming up with employers by offering special rates for their employees. Contact us for information and ideas on how you can help your employees stop smoking.
- Lower health care and disability cost
- Healthier employees
- Loyalty and appreciation from employees
- Increased productivity
- Less sick time and cigarette break time
The American Non-Smokers’ Rights Foundation (ANR) estimates that smokers, on average, miss 6.16 days of work per year due to sickness. This is almost twice the nonsmoker’s average of 3.86 days per year.
The American Lung Association estimates that a smoking employee takes an average of 3.5 cigarette breaks a day ranging from 5 to 15 minutes each.
The U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates an average cost to the employer for each employee who smokes: $1,760 in lost productivity and $1,623 in excess medical expenditures.
Ready to Make a Change?
Stop Smoking Laser Center
4303 W Kennedy Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33609