The New Year resolutions are a distant memory – but if you are still a smoker and want to quit – but don’t know how – help is at hand.
‘At this time of year most smokers are beating themselves up about failing to quit at New Year and with No Smoking Day next Wednesday (11th March) it’s even worse,’ says laser therapy guru Anne Penman. ‘I know what it is like and the pressure you put on yourself to quit – we are here to help, not lecture.
‘I was a 60-a-day smoker for over 19 years – a woman with a passion to smoke,’ says Anne, ‘ I quit my nicotine habit in 1991 after discovering laser therapy and since then I have made it my goal to help as many people as possible make long-term lifestyle changes.’
Laser Therapy is an increasingly popular way to stop smoking. It uses energy points in the body similar to acupuncture - only using a pain free, harmless, cold laser beam which helps to release natural endorphins. These feel good hormones help to combat the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal, including cravings, irritability and high stress levels.
Just think – you could soon experience your first day as a non-smoker able to relax, enjoy socialising and having fun!