Nail Biting Addiction


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Are you looking to end your habit of biting your nails? Or are you wanting to help a friend, relative, or child? We can help. Our LCH Technique incorporates laser therapy, and has proven to be extremely successful in both adults and children. Over the years, we have been able to help many people who used to suffer just like you, or your loved ones, are suffering today. 

You can end your nail biting addiction today, with just a pair of treatments in our professional outpatient clinic. Laser therapy is a safe, non-invasive, drugless therapy that works for multiple addiction- and stress-related disorders including nail biting. Break free from nail biting, and regain your confidence, and the health of your fingers and your fingernails.

 You can end this habit with the LCH Technique. 

Each treatment and consultation takes less than 60 minutes in a professional outpatient clinic. You will learn simple and effective ways to stop biting your nails, to reduce tension and to relax. Follow-up treatments are available whenever you need extra support.

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While there is some debate on whether nail biting is an addiction or a habit, those suffering as nail biters would agree that it’s not a conscious choice.

Some health experts classify a nail biting addiction as a form of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), as it shares many of OCD’s classical symptoms. Others believe that nail biting is its own disorder altogether. No matter the cause, nail biting leaves you with painful fingertips, chipped and broken nails, and more frequent illness such as colds and flu. Nail biting addiction can leave the sufferer with low self esteem, depleted confidence in their ability to control behaviours, and social anxiety. Nail biting can also interfere with performance both on and off the job site, as it is difficult to type, lift, or grip with painful fingertips.

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Our programs are tailored to each individual and results vary accordingly.