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Are you ready to end your nicotine addiction?

Quit smoking today with Laser Therapy! Call to schedule an appointment!

Tired of being a slave to your addiction?

Low-level laser therapy is intended to alleviate nicotine addiction

Using a Nicotine-free Method to Quit Smoking

Over 10,000+ smokers have been treated

  • Over 10,000+ Smokers Treated
  • Nicotine-free Method to Quit Smoking
    • Control your nicotine cravings
    • Overcome psychological addiction
    • Begin your new smoke-free life
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How does it work?

Low-level laser therapy is used for smoking cessation and the procedure operates on principles that are 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.

  • 30-minute low-level laser therapy procedure
  • Relaxing and inspiring
  • Non-invasive and pain-free
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Entrepreneur Craig Nabat, unsuccessfully tried to quit smoking with the nicotine patches and gum, then he soon used laser therapy in Canada to treat his nicotine addiction. He was a former pack and half day smoker before he was treated. Nabat's first-hand battle with nicotine addiction sparked a fire in him to help others struggling to quit smoking. In April 2003, he established
Freedom Laser Therapy in Los Angeles, California.

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Ready to Quit Vaping?

Have you found that you’ve quit smoking cigarettes only to pick up the habit of vaping? Are you finding yourself hitting an e-cigarette all throughout the day and struggling to stop the behavior? There is good news for you, Freedom Laser has the quit vaping procedure and the experience to help you overcome your addition.

Despite public perception, e-cigarettes are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be used as a quit smoking aid. The overwhelming opinion of most people who now vape, is that e-cigarettes are safer than traditional cigarettes, but the reality is the research is not conclusive on the matter.

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Furthermore, a recent CDC study found that many adults as a means to quit smoking cigarettes. However, most adult e-cigarette users do not stop smoking cigarettes, but instead they are vaping and continuing to smoke cigarettes, which is known as dual use. There is a strong possibility e-cigarettes will be found to be quite harmful to the body, meaning that quitting vaping completely, is vital to protecting your health and improving the quality of your life.

E-Cigarettes are Extremely Addictive

  • Men hide their frequent usage of electronic cigarettes by blowing the vapor into their own shirt.
  • Females are often seen in public blowing the e-cig mist into their purses.
  • Youths are known to be concealing their addictive behavior by blowing the vapor into their backpacks.
  • Youths are paying as much as $3.00 for a hit from a vape pen from their classmates.

The Juul, currently the most popular and most advertised electronic cigarette brand on the market, became so popular due to its numerous fruity flavors. The nicotine cartridge inserted into the vaping device heats up when the user inhales. The amount of nicotine in one JUUL cartridge is roughly equal to the amount of nicotine in a pack of cigarettes, or about 200 puffs. Nationally, substance abuse experts are predicting e-cigarettes' popularity are generating a new generation of youths who will suffer for decades thereafter from nicotine addiction.

Freedom Laser can help you, a friend or a loved one live free from nicotine all together. We can assist you from quitting vaping for good. Give us a call today. 323-933-0304.

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Usage of Electronic Cigarettes

Almost one in 20 US adults now use e-cigarettes, that is roughly 10.8 million Americans. More than half of these e-cigarette smokers are under 35 years old - Reuters.

Despite electronic cigarettes being illegal for youths to purchase, in 2022 alone, 2.55 million U.S. middle and high school students used e-cigarettes in the past 30 days. This breaks down to approximately 3.3% (380,000) of middle school students and 14.1% (2.14 million) of high school students. Nevertheless, the trend for our nation’s youth to begin using electronic cigarettes is continually rising.

What are E Cigarettes?

E-cigarettes are known by many different names. They are sometimes called “e-cigs”, “e-hookahs”, “mods”, “vape pens”, “vapes”, “tank systems”, and “electronic nicotine delivery systems”.

Some e-cigarettes are made to look like regular cigarettes, cigars, or pipes. Some resemble pens and USB sticks.

E cigarettes produce an aerosol by heating a liquid that usually contains nicotine – the addictive drug in traditional cigarettes, cigars, and other tobacco products – flavorings, and other potentially harmful chemicals assist to make the aerosol. Users inhale this aerosol into their lungs. Bystanders can also breathe in this aerosol when the user exhales into the air.

Are E Cigarettes Safe

Scientists are still learning about the long-term health effects of e-cigarettes, here is what we know now.

Most e-cigarettes contain nicotine, which has known health effects.

  • Nicotine is highly addictive.
  • Nicotine is toxic to developing fetuses.
  • Nicotine can harm adolescent brain development, which continues well into their 20’s.
  • Nicotine is a health danger for pregnant women and their developing babies.

Besides nicotine, e-cigarettes aerosol can contain substances that harm the body.

  • This includes cancer-causing chemicals and tiny particles that reach deep into lungs.

E-cigarettes can cause unintended injuries.

  • Defective e-cigarette batteries have caused fires and explosions, some of which have resulted in serious injuries.
  • In addition, acute nicotine exposure cab be toxic. Children and adults have been poisoned by swallowing, breathing, or absorbing e-cigarette liquid.

The e-cigarette aerosol that users breathe from the device and exhale can contain harmful and potentially harmful substances.

  • Volatile organic compounds.
  • Nicotine.
  • Ultrafine particles.
  • Cancer-causing chemicals.
  • Heavy metals such as nickel, tin and lead.
  • Flavoring such as diacetyl, a chemical linked to a serious lung disease.

Are e-cigarettes less harmful than regular cigarettes? Maybe, but that doesn't mean e-cigarettes are safe. E-cigarette aerosol is not harmless. Electronic cigarettes contain potentially harmful substances, including nicotine, heavy metals like lead, volatile organic compounds and cancer-causing agents.