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Red Light Therapy As An Alternative Treatment For Alzheimer’s Disease

Chances are good that you know someone suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, which affects 5.8 million Americans and is the 6th leading cause of death nationwide. If you have been looking for an alternative way to help them, you are in luck. Based on research Red light therapy, which is also known as photobiomodulation (PBM) or …

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Red Infrared Light Therapy

LYME DISEASE CAN BE TREATED WITH RED AND INFRARED LIGHT THERAPY – NOT JUST ANTIBIOTICS

Did you know that Lyme disease can be treated with red and Infrared light therapy? While antibiotics can treat Lyme disease if it is caught quickly, it becomes much harder to treat the illness if you wait too long to go to the doctor or if it is not caught in a timely fashion. In …

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Doses of Red Light Therapy Improve Physical Performance

Doses of Red Light Therapy Improve Physical Performance

Yes, although those doses don’t come from pills; the doses we are talking about are coming from the sun, and in particular from the red and near-infrared spectrums of sunlight. According to Ari Whitten of The Energy Blueprint[1], “we absorb red and near-infrared light all the time, of course—it’s a mostly invisible part of the …

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Whole Body Red Light Therapy

How Does Photobiomodulation Light Therapy Work?

Photo-bio-modulation (changing the body with light) is a non-invasive, non-thermal therapy— meaning it does not radiate significant heat, which stimulates cells to re-generate more energy and undergo self-repair and recovery from the excessive stress we human beings subject ourselves to in modern life. It works through the application of near-infrared and red light (NIR/RL) either, …

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