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Low Level Laser Therapy is a non-medical procedure, As such, it is not covered by most insurance plans. However, many medical doctors and dentists do refer their patients to Imagine Laserworks. Imagine Laserworks uses CSA approved laser equipment. Worldwide thousands of professional health care providers use Low Level Lasers in their practices.
Absolutely, Low Level Laser Therapy is completely safe, painless and drug-free. Certified Low Level Laser technicians use only approved proprietary protocols created by Imagine Laserworks.
Low Level Laser is applied to specific acupuncture or energy points located on the ears, nose, hands and feet. The actual points vary depending on the specific problem being treated such as smoking or weight loss.
A typical session takes between 15 and 45 minutes depending on each person’s individual situation.
Results are exceptionally high compared to alternative methods such as the nicotine patch, nicotine gum, anti depressant drugs, cold turkey, stop smoking pills or potions and hypnosis, etc.
It’s very effective; The majority of our clients who make the necessary lifestyle changes such as developing healthy eating and exercise habits lose about 8 – 12 pounds per month.
The prime function of Low Level Laser Therapy is to stimulate (accelerate) the metabolism, suppress the appetite and control food cravings.
Results vary from client to client.
We highly recommend that clients take advantage of booster (follow up treatments) that are included in the original cost. However if you do light up again we will repeat the entire procedure at a reduced rate.
We cannot make the necessary lifestyle changes for you. Low Level Laser Therapy is not a “magic wand”. It is designed to help you overcome the initial obstacles to losing your excess weight.
The number of laser sessions required varies from person to person. The staff at Imagine Laserworks will explain and customize a plan specifically for you.
Congratulations on quitting – that’s a HUGE accomplishment! The next step, of course, is to get through the aftermath of quitting without going back to smoking, right?
Insomnia is a common problem after quitting, but rest assured it’s temporary – once your body adjusts to not smoking, you will sleep better than before, and wake up much more rested than you did when you were smoking.
What’s happening is this: Nicotine affects your sleep patterns, and after you quit, it takes your body a few weeks to readjust to the new patterns. Research shows that smokers spend more time in alpha (light) sleep, and less time in delta (deep) sleep. When you quit, some of the time you were spending in light sleep ends up breaking the surface into wakefulness, meaning that you wake up multiple times during the night.
The good news is, as long as you stay off of nicotine, within a few weeks your body will gradually adjust on its own so that you revert to the sleep of a non-smoker: more time in deep, restorative sleep, less time in light sleep, and no waking up multiple times in the middle of the night.
In the meantime, you need to get some sleep, right?
The normal techniques for dealing with insomnia should help you get some sleep during this adjustment period, as well as help to get your body on track for normal restorative sleep patterns:
- Don’t get reliant on sleeping medication.
- Keep regular sleep hours.
- Don’t spend hours laying in bed awake – if you can’t get back to sleep get up and do something for a little bit until you feel sleepy again.
- Avoid nicotine, excess caffeine, and napping.
- Develop a relaxing nighttime routine to prepare your brain for sleep.