Handheld Red LED Light
Therapy Home Units
Some Red Light Therapy benefits
Heal Injuries Faster ----- Aid to
Stimulates Release of ATP --- Great for Knee Injuries
Joint, Shoulder Help --- Aid for Diabetic Skin Ulcers
Good for Rosacea --- Helps Reduce Facial Wrinkles
WAVELENGTH OF CELL TISSUE
About ten years later at the University
of Chicago, researchers discovered that the average
wavelength of cell tissue in the human body ranged between 600 nm and
850 nm; 660 nm red is the mid-point. So in essence, the reason a 660 nm red
light therapy works better than any other single frequency is
because it is closer to the resonant frequency of cell tissue. Red light
therapy also helps build collagen. Another reason is that 660nm red
absorbs better in hemoglobin. 850 nm near infrared light therapy
provides pain relief by expanding the capillaries to increase the blood
IN THE RED 660nm WAVELENGTH
As you move toward the red end of the
spectrum, the rate of cellular regeneration increased. For instance, a
single frequency in the green range might affect the kidney 40 times
better than a normal base-line study, whereas a red light therapy would
be about 4,000 times faster.
So over the years they migrated to
infrared, red and eventually the 660 nanometer wavelength of red
light therapy, because it was the fastest way to regenerate tissue.
So if you have an injury you would normally recover from in ten days,
you can actually recover that tissue in two days by treating it with red
Irradiating mitochondria with
660nm red or 850 nm infrared light causes them to produce cytochromes,
which increases their ATP efficiency.
Near Infrared 850nm LED Units,
Only Minutes a Day for pain relief.
Infrared light therapy prompts the
release of nitric oxide, which enhances blood flow in the tissue.
This boosts blood flow and brings oxygen and nutrients to injured,
aching tissues, resulting in fast healing. Infrared Light therapy also
reduces inflammation and provides pain relief.
Use Handheld LED Unit,
Only Minutes a Day
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