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47B High Street, Rainham, Gillingham,
Kent ME8 7HS
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"I was quite skeptical when I first tried Low Level Laser system to give up smoking, after just 3 treatments I have not smoked since and that was 3 years ago! The treatment was quick, painless and very relaxing, I cannot understand why everyone who wants to quit smoking hasn't tried it."
"Thank you; since my treatment I have now been a non-smoker for over 6 months, I used to smoke 40 cigarettes a day. Stopping smoking has changed my life, food tastes fantastic again and as a pensioner the money savings have been a real godsend."
“Socialising and stress are my triggers. I've tried to give up a couple of times before, but it was always fleeting. I was not really expecting the treatment to work. The treatments were all over in 20 minutes and I didn't feel any symptoms I was warned about. The cravings didn't disappear but I suddenly found myself acutely aware of people smoking and found the smell disgusting. A week later, not only have I not smoked, I haven't really noticed the difference. I hope it lasts.”
"I've been wanting to give up for a while. I was fairly cynical about anything but willpower actually working but, as that hadn’t got me very far, I thought I'd give Laser Therapy a go. In the consultation, the therapist explained giving up would still require some work on my part (damn). For the treatment, she simply pressed the cold laser against specific points – in the ears, around the nose, between the fingers and on the inner wrists and elbows before finishing between the eyes. It didn't hurt, in fact it was quite relaxing. After two sessions I felt no different, so I don't know how to explain why from 20 a day I've gone down to an average of two in the evenings. I do still get cravings, but it's fairly easy to distract myself. Fingers crossed....”