1Red Light Therapy
Red light therapy is a form of therapy that delivers energy to cells by applying a range of visible and invisible wavelengths of light. Other names for red light therapy include low-level laser therapy (LLLT), low intensity light therapy (LILT), phototherapy, photobiostimulation, biostimulation (BIOS), photobiomodulation, photonic stimulation, among others.
Red light therapy is an FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved treatment for acne, muscle and joint pain, arthritis, compromised blood circulation and for reversing hair loss. When you explore the 50,000+ scientific and clinical studies conducted on red light therapy to date, you’ll find that no matter which disease a person has, they can probably benefit enormously from red and near-infrared light.
Red light therapy has been proven effective for a wide range of conditions including anti-aging, pain relief, cognitive enhancement, fat reduction, smoking cessation, wound healing, increasing bone density, increasing testosterone, reducing anxiety and depression, building muscle, healing acne, preventing hair loss & hair regrowth, and many more indications that we will soon explore in complete detail.
Red light therapy is used to treat a range of problems, including shoulder pain, endocrine problems, dysmenorrhea, diabetes, gastrointestinal problems, depression, impotence, and frigidity. Other uses of monochromatic red light therapy is to treat the acupoints of the ear as well as points elsewhere on the body and also headaches (applying the light across the brow), arthritis, allergies, sore throats, sinus problems, stress reduction, and wound healing.