Quit Smoking Laser Therapy. Stop in UK, USA, Mexico, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Birmingham & London.





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Published on Aug 12, 2009


Channel 5 news shows how low level laser therapy (LLLT) in Scottish hospitals is helping smokers kick their habit with relative ease. Over half the people shown on the programme quit smoking in this way.

The equipment shown is produced by THOR and is used by most laser smoking cessation centres across the world. LLLT can also be used instead of needles for acupuncture and is ten times more effective than patches, gum or hypnotherapy according the results from two NHS trials in Scotland.


Many other clinics around the world also use Omega Laser equipment:


Clinic in Birmingham, West Midlands, UK:


Look out for LifePrinciples Laser clinics in Dublin, Glasgow, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Leeds, Manchester, Oxford, Cardiff, Cambridge and London (East, West, Central and South).

Glasgow, Scotland; USA, Mexico, Turkey:


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The laser therapy works by stimulating endorphins ('feel-good' hormones) when the pulsating light is absorbed by the skin and cells at acupressure points, which eliminate the urge to smoke and helps relieve stress. Real acupuncture is just as good, but the beauty of laser is that its non-invasive, i.e. no needles involved.

In the treatment, a light probe was placed on various parts of my body. I felt calm and left without wanting to smoke. The next day, I went back for the second session. Afterwards, I went to the pub and was surrounded by smoke but really had no desire for a cigarette. The last gasp: How to quit smoking.; Daily Mail; June 2007

"Laser treatment has now been scientifically proven by Middlesex University to be more effective than any drug-based intervention, including Champix." Journal of Chinese Medicine; Number 86; February 2008.

Word of warning: The programme puts the success rate of NRT, Zyban, Champix and Hypnotherapy at just 5%. Hypnotherapy is the last resort and it was wrong of them to roll this into the other 'stupid' methods of quitting. If you go to a sub-standard hypnotherapist then expect to fail, if you pay a decent amount of money and go to an expert then you will succeed with flying colours. I pick up all the failures around the UK who have failed with everything including NRT, Zyban, Champix, Laser, Bioresonance and sub-standard hypnothearpy and I have turned each and every one of them around with our advanced hypnotherapy combined with Laser and Bioresonance. Don't take a short-cut when you are trying to quit smoking - it pays to go to an expert.

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"My name is Irene. I came to see Shokat for the smoking-cessation programme on Tue 25th July 2006 and five days later for my second session. As I found it impossible to relax both sessions failed and I was given a full refund. However, about five months later I got a call from Shokat who was keen to try out his new laser system on me free of charge. I had my first session on Wed 1st Nov 2006.

When I came in for my second session the following day I had not gone near a cigarette. Finally, I came back a week later for my third session. I never touched another cigarette again. I was amazed to kick-the-habit with this amazing gadget."

"My name is Penny and I quit smoking with Shokat on Fri. 20th Oct 2006. I had two sessions of hypnotherapy and failed both times as I just could not relax. Shokat had just purchased his laser system which he told me was proving effective at helping people quit smoking. I decided to stay on the programme rather than claim my refund. I had one cigarette after the first session, and it did not taste nice. I did not want a cigarette after the second session - the following day. I proceeded to have my third session - a week later - and my forth session a week after that. Its been over 18-months now and I still have no urge to smoke."

"My name is Abdul. I came to see Shokat on Thurs. 14th Dec 2006 to quit smoking. Shokat refused to undertake hypnotherapy because of my epilepsy. Shokat told me that it was not advisable to use hypnotherapy with someone who suffered from grand-mall symptoms, as it could bring on seizures. It was just too risky. So I was offered the laser treatment instead. I needed three sessions of laser treatment over a two-week period to quit smoking. I dont think I could have quit without this treatment."


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