Imagine Laserworks for Heroin Addictions

Imagine Laserworks to end drug alochol addicitons

Imagine Laserworks to End Addictions

Our centres offer the the easiest way to kick a heroin addiction without major withdrawal symptoms…the effects are instant. No other program in the world offers the high success rates that ours does.

Some clients have used the morning of the day they have their first treatment. Once the first treatment is over that’s it there is no more using this drug period.

The Imagine Laserworks program includes a Package of 8 treatments with 2 follow up boosters for maintenance.

  • Appointments are set up for 1 hour each day for 8 days in a row
  • Once the initial course of treatments is completed 2 follow up boosters (half treatments) during the following week are included to insure there is no chance of relapse.

Our program is broken down into 3 parts:

  1. Imagine Laserworks technology – Physical part of the Addiction
  2. Chlorella and Magnesium – Vitamins/Minerals/Nutrients for detoxing and calming the nervous system
  3. Personal one on one coaching during the treatments – Psychological part of the addiction

Please call the centre nearest you for appointments and pricing.

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What is Heroin Addiction?

Heroin addiction is one of the worst drug addictions in the whole world! Addictive use of heroin leads to chaos in life, physical and psychological dangers and a world of consequences. Physical dependence is said to begin after just a single use of heroin in some people which is why heroin addiction is such a dangerous possibility. Faster acting than morphine and highly addictive, lack of heroin use will lead the user to feel a range of uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that are typically the cause for subsequent use.

After a single use of heroin, the individual may feel nauseous or sleepy. Subsequent uses result in less nausea and increase the level of withdrawal symptoms that are felt when the heroin wears off. These withdrawal symptoms cause the user turn to heroin in an effort to stop the withdrawals—from this point on the individual is officially addicted to heroin.

In the case of heroin, long-term use modifies the brain’s dopamine systems which eventually leads the brain to become dependent on heroin, which often leads to addiction.

Effects of Heroin Use

The effects of heroin take place very shortly after use and tend to persist for a period of a few hours.

Heroin has the following effects on the user:
  • Labored breathing
  • lowered ability to cough
  • drowsiness
  • dry mouth
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • reduced anxiety
  • fatigue
  • heaviness in the limbs
  • itching
  • constricted pupils

After these initial effects, Heroin users will feel drowsy and have decreased mental function for several hours following heroin use.