Laser therapy is claimed to aid nicotine addicts, quit their smoking. Advanced Laser Therapy, which is based in Bedford, N.H., has three locations in Florida, says its low-level laser stimulates acupressure points on the body to increase endorphin levels. This makes the body think it is smoking even when it is not, allowing addicts to survive the early stages of quitting without any withdrawal symptoms. But the claims of the company are questioned by medical experts, tobacco experts say that the evidence in favor of Laser Therapy is weak and unfounded. And the therapy is not approved by the FDA.