Laser for Alcohol & Drug Addiction

The Way Low Level Laser Therapy Works

A laser session lasts about 45 minutes, and is done through applying a cold laser on the area around your wrist. The laser operates in a non-thermal wavelength, which means there is zero risk of burning. Low Level Laser Therapy is a safe treatment option, that has been proven effective through various studies worldwide.

Low Level Laser Therapy: Physical Health

LLLT can also improve your physical wellbeing, as the improving mitochondria cells are the driving part of your immune system. For many addicts, your immune system could have been damaged by a longstanding addiction to heroin and alcohol for example.

Also, the blood vessels tend to expand through LLLT, which can reduce swelling throughout your body and can also help form a barrier for scar tissues. Low level laser therapy is often used for sporting injuries –  as it speeds up the natural healing process.  Low Level Laser Therapy can help people with other complications arising from addiction such as:

  • Bowel Disorders
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Immune system diseases such as Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Alcohol-related liver diseases.

Low Level Laser Therapy: Boosting Energy And Mental Wellbeing To Battle Your Addiction

Many specialists can confirm that your physical and mental health are dependant of each other.  A lack of energy could be due to sub-optimal mental health. LLLT can be useful in both cases. As the lasers transmit healing responses through your body, the effect of the lasers can lead to:

  • Improved fitness levels
  • Healthier sleeping patterns
  • Improved mood
  • Lower stress due to a positive effect on your nervous system

How Does Low Level Laser Therapy For Addiction Work?


By applying a cold laser on the area around your wrist. It is one of the safest treatment options for addiction, as the laser is non-thermal which means that there is absolutely zero risk of your skin burning due to the heat of the laser. Throughout the past few years, research has pointed out that low level laser therapy is indeed one of the most effective treatment options for addiction

To add to that, laser therapy for addiction will be able to make your rehab experience a lot easier, and therefore more effective. As you start the session, there will be a release of endorphins in your body – you’ll feel calm and relaxed already. To add to that, the endorphins will also ease your dependence. The withdrawal symptoms will be gone fairly quickly.