Category Red Light Therapy

How to Mitigate Unhealthy Light and EMF for Better Health

EMF is a type of radiation that is emitted by electronic devices such as cell phones, Wi-Fi routers, and laptops. While EMF is generally considered safe at low levels, exposure to high levels of EMF can have negative health effects. EMF can disrupt our circadian rhythm, interfere with our immune system, and even cause DNA damage. Reducing our exposure to EMF is essential for promoting better health. Here are some strategies you can use to reduce your exposure to EMF: Use wired devices: Whenever possible, use wired devices such as Ethernet cables to connect to the internet rather than using Wi-Fi. Keep your devices away from your body: Avoid carrying your cell phone in your pocket or keeping your laptop on your lap. Instead, place your devices on a table or desk when in use. Use a headset: When making phone calls, use a headset or speakerphone rather than holding your phone to your ear

Lighting the Way to Youthful Skin: A Clinical Trial of Non-Invasive Photobiomodulation Therapy

Rejuvenating your skin can seem like an uphill battle, especially as you age. There are many treatments on the market, but some may be invasive or have undesirable side effects. However, a new study has shown that two novel light therapy treatments can improve skin feeling, complexion, collagen density, and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The study focused on the use of red and yellow light sources and their ability to stimulate collagen production, which is responsible for skin firmness and elasticity. The treatment, called red light therapy (RLT) and yellow light therapy (ELT), was found to be safe, non-invasive, and provided high patient satisfaction rates. The study's authors suggest that RLT and ELT can extend the spectrum of anti-aging treatment options available to patients looking for mild and pleasant light-only skin rejuvenation.