The World Health Organization (WHO) now recognizes acupuncture as a complimentary treatment for over 100 conditions including depression. It is important to understand that according to researchers, low levels of serotonin in individuals can make them prone to addiction and depression. Although the reasons for lower serotonin levels have yet to be determined, researchers have hypothesized that genetics, the environment and a physical or emotional trauma could possibly be the trigger. Many believe that the reason acupuncture helps to relieve depression is that it stimulates the release and synthesis of serotonin.
Imagine Laserworks combines traditional acupuncture practices with modern bio-electric technology to interact with the body’s trigger points. Stimulating these points causes the release of endorphins and serotonin, promoting a feeling of emotional well-being.
Our Protocols Are:
Safe and cost effective
Drug and side effect free
Painless and relatively quick
Customized to meet the needs of our individual clients
How Many Sessions Will You Need?
We recommend a minimum of 3 sessions with the option to add on additional sessions for continued support. Most clients report an improvement after the initial session. The procedure is highly effective and takes less than an hour.
How It Works:
Key energy points are stimulated and signal the brain to release endorphins. Increased endorphins reduce the production of the stress hormone cortisol, in turn reducing cravings and restoring balance. The session helps you to feel motivated with increased energy levels and an improved will power!
* All devices used in Imagine Laserworks centres are appropriately certified for use in the country in which they are being used (for example – Health Canada or FDA approved for Canada or the United States)
** Imagine Laserworks programs are intended to be complementary to those programs offered by licensed health care professionals and are not meant to replace other medical attention without the guidance of your doctor, physician, therapist or the like.