Why do we consider our
nicotine cessation program more effective than other Stop
Smoking Laser methods on the market? We are not a "Zap and Go"
center. Part of our service is providing guidance and Support.
Eileen and Sheldon who operate the Anne Penman Laser Center in Las
Vegas (since 2005) are both former smokers and understand
both the addiction and the habit. "We
didn't just learn this in some technical manual, we lived it !"
Watch this Anne Penman laser therapy videos to learn about your
opportunity to stop smoking once and for all.
A reflection of the
program's success is that a
percentage of new clients come from personal recommendation
(many from Doctors and Cardiologist as well).
We offer Three Complete Laser Treatments and our follow up Laser Treatments are
not so-called "boosters". They are full and complete
Laser Treatments. The Anne Penman Center is open 7 days a
week and have a 24 hour help-line.
Your success is our success.
We opened our Anne Penman Laser Therapy Center here in Las
Vegas, Nevada in May of 2005 and they are now located throughout the
world. When you call a certified Laser Therapy Technician,"Eileen
or Sheldon" will answer all your questions, not the
receptionist. You will see why your care is the best.
Therapy Program to Quit Smoking is also
Cigar and pipe smokers, chewers, dippers, smokeless
tobacco, dip, snuff, snus, Vapor, Vape, electronic or e-cigarettes.
Anne Penman Stop Smoking Treatment is the most advanced Laser Therapy for Smoking Cessation.
The Anne Penman Stop Smoking Program includes:
Three complete Laser Treatments. "not so-called "boosters"
24 hour Back-up support
We treat former "Laser
Concepts of Nevada, Stop Smoking Now and New Beginnings Smokers"
Anne Penman's Background
The Anne Penman Program was developed by Anne in 1992. Her center
in Glasgow, Scotland was the first Laser
Treatment Center to help smokers
the habit. She has successfully treated
long-term smokers give up cigarettes permanently from all walks of life.Anne and her husband Ron
were both60 a day smokers for
+20 years and understand the difficulties
to quit first hand.
Ron suffered a major heart attack when he was just 39 and was
hospitalized for 12 weeks and resulted in a triple bypass.
This was the final wake up call for Anne and after trying all the
methods available at that time, she discovered Laser Therapy
for Nicotine. We are happy to say
Ron has been smoke-free ever since.
Anne quit her
60-cigarettes-a-day habit on the 19th of April 1991.
developed a passion to help other smokers who felt as hopeless as
she had and in 1991 began to research Laser
trained as a Laser Therapist Technician and began to
research and develop her own program.
Over the past
21 years she has used her own personal
experience and that of her clients to continually improve the
content of her program.
Anne Penman Laser Therapy Centers are now located throughout the
All laser therapy technicians are trained and certified by Anne Penman.
Our Las VegasLaser team will work hard to help you make your
transition into a non-smoking lifestyle as trouble-free as possible.
We are committed to helping you stop smoking.
A reflection of the program's level of success is that a large
percentage of new smokers come from referrals. After your
initial treatment you can be assured that you will leave feeling
fully prepared to remain a non-smoker.
Andrea's passion and patience to help you quit
smoking, could change your life!
The Laser Treatment
The laser treatment involves the application of a cold, soft, non-invasive
laser beam to specific energy points on the body.This treatment is completely safe and painless. This will help
stimulate the release of endorphins, the body's natural chemical, which deals
with the relief of pain and stress.Nicotine releases
a high level of
endorphins which give the smoker a sense of relaxation.
stops, the sudden drop in endorphin levels leads to withdrawal symptoms.
Therapy Treatment helps reduce the craving, stress, and
For those concerned about weight gain we will treat your appetite
suppression points at no extra
cost so that you won't
combination of our cold-laser therapy sessions coupled with on-call advice and
support is a highly effective and proven method that has helped
thousands of people safely break their addiction to
nicotine. Through tracking our success rate (And we do track it.), we
have found that after one year, clients have been up to 7 times higher in their
success level than by other methods. There are more than 50 million smokers
in the U.S. and
only a handful of solutions to help break their habit. As everyone reacts differently to stopping smoking,
our program is tailored to
your individual needs.
This means that
regardless of how many you have smoked and for how
long, the program can help you achieve your goal. We
take the time with all our clients.
* Refer five smokers and
we will return your stop smoking fees.
Guidance & Advice
Guidance advice is based on the client-centered
motivational model which focuses on self-belief and positive
thinking. During the treatment
we will help you deal with the emotional, physical and
psychological aspects of quitting smoking.
available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
to provide ongoing support to secure lifestyle
help clients remain smoke-free. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK.
who take oral contraceptives and smoke increase their risk of stroke
by many times.
Cigars, Chew, electric Cigarettes, Vaping and pipe smoking are not a "safer"
alternative to cigarettes. People who smoke cigars or pipes
have a higher risk of death from coronary heart disease and stroke.
E-Cigarettes and Vapor lead to the incurable disease called "Popcorn
Ladies! Watch this Video
Seven Deadly Myths
- Women and Tobacco
Hosted by former supermodel,
entrepreneur and smoking cessation advocate Christy Turlington.This
17-minute video explores some of the common myths about smoking and
empowers women and men to become or stay smoke-free.
The Center for Disease Control produced this
informative anti-smoking video.
Doctors Refuse to perform Joint Replacement
Surgery on Smokers:
Joint-Replacement Rate Higher for Smokers:
(msn.com HealthDay News) --Knee
and hip replacements are more likely to fail in smokers than
nonsmokers, according to two new studies.
A study of 621 patients, including 131 smokers, who underwent
total knee replacement found that the rate of knee-replacement
failure was 10 times higher among smokers than nonsmokers -- 10
percent vs. 1 percent.Smokers also
had a higher rate of medical complications than nonsmokers -- 21
percent vs. 12 percent. Complications included blood clots, anemia,
heart problems and acute kidney failure.The studies were presented recently at the annual meeting of
the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons in San Francisco, which
also included a forum on smoking and joint replacement.
"First, ask about tobacco use," Hurt said in an academy news
release. "Have your receptionist ask, your nurse ask, your
physician's assistant ask, and you ask -- even if you already know
the answer. Asking shows the patient that smoking is a serious
problem that must be addressed. Then, advise the patient to stop
smoking. Don't just say, 'you know, you ought to consider stopping
someday.' Tell the patient, 'you need to stop smoking.' Finally,
because smokers are going to push back, it's important to offer
Smoking is the single most preventable cause of
death in the
Tobacco smoke is one of the six major controllable risk factors for
heart disease (along with high cholesterol, high blood pressure,
diabetes, being overweight and physical inactivity). If you smoke and have high cholesterol, you have two major controllable risk
factors you need to work on. Exposure to other people's smoke
increases the risk of heart disease even for nonsmokers.
Higher levels of HDL (good) cholesterol may reduce
your risk of heart disease, but smoking has been shown to lower HDL
(good) cholesterol levels. Smoking also decreases your tolerance for
physical activity, making it harder to get the activity you need to
help you reach healthy cholesterol levels.
The good news is that when you stop smoking — no
matter how long or how much you’ve smoked — your risk of heart
disease and stroke starts to drop. It’s cut in half after one year
without smoking, then continues to decline until it’s as low as a
nonsmoker’s risk. And if you don't smoke, avoid exposure to second
The negative effects of smoking are well-known, from lung and
other cancers to heart disease to stroke to bronchitis
and emphysema. The benefits of quitting are
wellknowntoo including: longer life span,
decreased risk of
cancers and lung diseases, and lower costs.
The Truth About Second-hand SmokeAn estimated 38,052
nonsmokers die from coronary heart disease (CHD) each year as a
result of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke.
Secondhand smoke is the combination of "mainstream smoke" (the
smoke exhaled by a smoker) and side-stream smoke (from the burning
end of the cigarette). Secondhand smoke is also referred to as
environmental tobacco smoke, passive smoke and involuntary tobacco
smoke.It is a complex mixture of over 4,000 chemicals that are
produced by the burning materials of a cigarette. Exposure to
secondhand is associated with health risks in both children and
Exposure before and after birth puts children at a greater
risk of abnormal blood pressure, cleft pallets and lips,
childhood leukemia, attention deficit disorder and childhood
Secondhand smoke is a known cause of Sudden Infant Death
Syndrome (SIDS), acute lower respiratory tract infections,
asthma induction and exacerbation, chronic respiratory symptoms
and middle ear infections in children.
A recent study published in Circulation found that
children 12–19 years of age exposed to secondhand smoke are
nearly five times more likely to have metabolic syndrome than
those who aren’t exposed to secondhand smoke. (Active smokers
are about six times more likely to have metabolic syndrome.)
In adults, exposure increases the risk of lung cancer, nasal
sinus cancer, heart disease mortality, acute and chronic
coronary heart disease morbidity and eye and nasal irritation.
A 1997 analysis found that lifelong nonsmokers living with
smokers had, on average, a 24 percent higher chance of
contracting lung cancer than those living with nonsmokers, and
that those exposed to the heaviest smokers for the longest time
had the highest risks.
Each year, 150,000 to 300,000 children
younger than 18 months of age have respiratory tract infections
because of exposure to secondhand smoke.
Anne Penman Stop Smoking
article here: The champagne has run dry, the great ball has dropped, and
the party is long since over. The year 2006 is now upon us, and
therefore it's time to embrace our New Year's resolutions. If you
are like some 22% of Americans, you've promised to make 2006 the
year in which you finally quit smoking. Unfortunately, for many
smokers this is not the first year that they have resolved to kick
the habit. Smokers all around the world are quitting smoking by zapping the
habit using cold laser therapy as a modern form of acupuncture. In
fact, the success rates are four to five times that of most other
smoking cessation programs. Stephanie Stahl, Medical Reporter for
CBS3 out of Philadelphia, recently featured this new technology to
rave reviews. According to Stephanie, "Other than the treatment not
working for everyone, there are no downsides to the laser, as long
as it is used by a trained technician". The Anne Penman Method combines laser therapy with customized
guidance and a 24-hour hotline. The laser technician uses a "cold"
laser beam to target energy points on the body. Focusing the laser
beam on these areas causes the body to release natural chemicals
called endorphins. Endorphins have a calming, relaxing effect on the
body that helps to reduce nicotine craving and withdrawal symptoms.
Some laser therapy clients report a feeling of euphoria following a
smoking cessation treatment with the laser. In addition to
stimulating an endorphin release, the laser stimulates the body's
natural ability to detoxify the nicotine, getting the ex-smoker
through the nicotine withdrawal more quickly. While there are other organizations in the United States that offer
laser therapy for smoking cessation, the Anne Penman organization is
the most established and has treated close to 40,000 clients over
the last 13 years. In August of 2005, the Anne Penman organization
was featured on "Good Morning America", where Anne Penman declared a
64% success rate in helping people quit smoking. While there have
been no formal studies conducted on the effectiveness of laser
therapy to help people quit smoking, the low level laser therapy is
currently in clinical trials through which it plans to soon receive