Covid patient using nasal red light therapy

Does Red Light Therapy Work for Allergies?

I seem to have a constant itch in my nose. Maybe it's poor diet, maybe it is aging, but my allergies definitely got worse as I got older. I have tried antihistamines and steroid treatments. The side effects were worse than the allergy symptoms. I decided to check if red light therapy works for allergies. Red light treats the histamine reaction allergies cause. It reduces itchiness, redness, sneezing, coughing, and mucous production. It does not matter if pet dander or pollen triggered the allergies as red light treats the histamine response. Researchers testing red light therapy consistently find significant reductions in sneezing, coughing, and itchiness. A few conditions might prohibit the light from working as well with some people. Does Red Light Treat Pet Dander, Dust, Tree Mold, or Pollen Allergies? Yes, red light relieves the histamine reaction that allergies can cause. Histamine allergies include pet dander, dust, tree mold, and pollen. This means it treats all allergies that produce the histamine response The allergen that triggers the symptoms is not important. The red light addresses the histamine response the trigger causes. How Do You Use Red Light to Treat Allergies? Use a nasal probe red and infrared light to Learn More
Red light rhinophototherapy

Red Light Improves Nasal Symptoms (study summary)

One therapy session with red light relieved nasal symptoms for two days. However, this study has multiple errors. Learn More