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What is Light Therapy

The Complete Book of Ridiculous Red Light Answers

The Complete Book of Ridiculous Red Light Answers

Light therapy heals with photons. A red incandescent bulb throws more heat than light, so it’s not likely to have a light therapy effect. Yes, you can use light therapy to reduce acne scars. Traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s and dementia respond to red and infrared light therapy.
What is a “Dose” of Red Light Therapy?

What is a “Dose” of Red Light Therapy?

A dose of red light therapy is a quantity of energy measured in joules from light with a wavelength of 600 to 1200 nanometers. Whether the dose we just defined is actually helpful to the body depends on the wavelength being the right one for the target treatment, and the energy quantity being sufficient to kick off energy-creation and healing cascades of events.
Dr. Hamblin Explains Photobiomodulation (Red Light Therapy)

Dr. Hamblin Explains Photobiomodulation (Red Light Therapy)

Red light mechanism: Mitochondria absorbs the light at cytochrome c oxidase (CCO), and increases membrane potential. Lght activates heat/light gated channels.
What is Red Light Therapy?

What is Red Light Therapy?

Red Light Therapy is the use of red and infrared energy to help the body heal. It does work, with scores of studies backing it up. Users find improvements in skin, muscles, joints, bones and the brain.
Is LED Therapy Effective? Yes. Yes it Is. (study summary)

Is LED Therapy Effective? Yes. Yes it Is. (study summary)

Low level light therapy works on multiple energy and skin building processes to heal wounds and improve skin conditions. This article discusses 830 nm (infrared) light wave results.