Crowdfunding Campaign Launches to Raise Funds For Quit Smoking Light Therapy Relaxation Device
The Freedom Quit Smoking Relaxation Headset was invented by a former smoker, Freedom Laser, LLC. President and entrepreneur, Craig Nabat, who 17 years ago attempted to quit smoking using the nicotine patch and gum to break his cigarette addiction; however, these nicotine replacement therapy products proved ineffective for him. After years of seeking an effective remedy to stop smoking, he discovered a quit smoking laser therapy clinical procedure in Canada and has been smoke-free for the past 16 years. In 2003, Nabat founded Freedom Laser Therapy, a quit smoking clinic in Los Angeles which has helped thousands of people stop smoking. Nabat has been driven to develop a home use wearable quit smoking device that will allow users worldwide to have access to the pain free low-level light technology.
The crowdfunding campaign has been launched to raise capital in order to ramp up manufacturing and will allow early supporters the exclusive opportunity to receive the first production run of the quit smoking LLLT headset at a significantly reduced price prior to the product's national launch. The low-level light therapy device is intended to deliver a tranquil sensation throughout the user's mind and body and was developed to be used for 12-minute sessions daily over a 21-day period. The Freedom Quit Smoking Relaxation Headset is anticipated to become a global game changer for the smoking cessation industry, due to its nicotine free and comprehensive approach for combating dependency to cigarettes and vaping. The Freedom Quit Smoking Relaxation Headset system also focuses on the psychological aspects of overcoming nicotine dependency, whereby an online streaming 45-minute audio therapy program will be provided as an additional resource tool to help ensure the success of the smoking cessation program.
In 2019 an animal study conducted on mice, was successfully completed at the University of Buffalo generating clinical data indicating that low-level light technology has a similar effect to a recognized FDA cleared home use pain relief device that creates a natural therapeutic effect in the body. In addition, a United States institutional review board (IRB) approved a 30 human pilot study for the home use quit smoking LLLT device, which is currently underway.
According to Nabat, the Freedom Quit Smoking Relaxation Headset inventor, "This breakthrough is the first advancement in the smoking cessation industry in decades, utilizing a drug free method to end smoking dependency."
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