Near-Infrared And Red Light Therapy For Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue, and More Energy
Studies show that red light therapy is also effective at restoring energy and vitality in persons suffering with fibromyalgia.

· Enhanced quality of life for fibromyalgia patients
· Decreased pain
· Decreased muscle spasm
· Decreased morning stiffness
· Decreased total tender point number in fibromyalgia cases


Near-Infrared and Red Light Therapy For Hashimoto’s Hypothyroidism

                     [Fight Hashimoto’s Hypothyroidism with Near-Infrared and Red Light Therapy]  

A recent 2013 randomized, placebo-controlled study in hypothyroid patients demonstrated that in people who got near-infrared light therapy, thyroid function dramatically improved, and remarkably, that thyroid antibody (TPOAb) levels were massively reduced. Amazingly, 47% of patients were able to stop medication completely! Moreover, the researchers also followed up 9 months after treatment and found that the effects were still evident! They even published a 6-year follow-up, which basically said that even at 6 years, some of the benefits still remained, but periodic sessions were recommended to maintain all benefits.

A 2014 study used the light therapy for 10 sessions with 347 women with subclinical hypothyroidism. At baseline, the average TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) was 9.1 mIU/L. (Note: Higher TSH is a sign of hypothyroidism). After ten sessions of light therapy, the TSH was normalized in 337 (97%) of these women. Their TSH averaged at 2.2 mIU/L after just 10 light treatments.

 

Near-Infrared And Red Light Therapy For Anxiety And Depression


A 2009 study took 10 patients with a history of major depression and anxiety (including PTSD and drug abuse) and gave them four weeks of treatments to the forehead with red light. Remarkably, by the end of the four-week study, 6 out of 10 patients experienced a remission of their depression, and 7 out of 10 patients experienced a remission of their anxiety.”

Though further research is needed, there have been 10 studies so far on the use of redlight to treat depression and anxiety related disorders with 9 of 10 studies yielding very positive results.

Red Light Therapy For Oral Health

                                                               [Improve Oral health with Near-Infrared and Red Light Therapy]

Red light therapy and near-infrared light therapy have proven to have numerous benefits for oral health and research in this area is booming right now.

Combat viral and bacterial infections of the mouth (tonsillitis, herpes, cold sores)

Reduce mouth pain

Facilitate tooth growth/tooth movement and reduce pain for individuals with corrective braces

Help diabetics with gum problems and periodontal disease

Reduce thrush (yeast in the mouth/candidiasis)

Improve tooth sensitivity

Fight gum disease and gingivitis

 

What Does It Treat?

Red light therapy may help with:

Dementia. In one small study, people with dementia who got regular near-infrared light therapy on their heads and through their noses for 12 weeks had better memories, slept better, and were angry less often.

Dental pain. In another small study, people with temporomandibular dysfunction syndrome (TMD) had less pain, clicking, and jaw tenderness after red light therapy.

Hair loss. One study found that men and women with androgenetic alopecia (a genetic disorder that causes hair loss) who used an at-home RLT device for 24 weeks grew thicker hair. People in the study who used a fake RLT device didn’t get the same results.

Osteoarthritis. One study found red and infrared light therapy cut osteoarthritis-related pain by more than 50%.

Tendinitis. A very small study of 7 people suggests RLT lessens inflammation and pain in people with Achilles tendinitis.

Wrinkles and other signs of skin aging and skin damage. Research shows RLT may smooth your skin and help with wrinkles. RLT also helps with acne scars, burns, and signs of UV sun damage.


Red light has also been shown to help with certain types of hair loss. Red light has proven to help both women and men with various conditions to regrow hair and even thicken the diameter of individual hair strands. Near-infrared and red light therapy has proven to help women with alopecia to significantly regrow and thicken hair.

REDLIGHT THERAPY

How does it work?

Red Light therapy is a safe natural process that requires no needles, surgery or lasers.  It has many benefits to the skin by naturally slowing down the aging process and improving skin tone.  The light causes soft tissue coagulation which leads to remodeling of the collagen   within the dermis.  The remodeled collagen fills in wrinkles and sagging, for overall skin     tightening.

When talking about collagen lamps being used for anti-aging purposes in a tanning salon, we’re referring to visible red light to 700nm, the red light of collagen lamps penetrates human tissue to a depth of about 8-10mm.

Skin layers, because of their high blood and water content, easily absorb red light.  It is extremely beneficial in treating problems close to the surface such as wrinkles,  age spots, broken capillaries, wounds, cuts, and scars, trigger points, and has shown particular effectiveness in treating infections.



“The treatment is especially effective at improving

appearance of the face, neck and chest, by reducing

signs of aging, wrinkles, and age spots.”

      - Web M.D. Health          

 

DOES RED LIGHT THERAPY

IMPROVE THE IMMUNE SYSTEM?

As the entire world is searching for ways to support their immune system to overcome and avoid catching Coronavirus (Covid-19), we have been asked if a daily session of Red Light can improve the immune system.

Alongside all of the other benefits to Red Light Therapy bolstering the immune system is simply another one to add to the long list of positives.

Studies* have shown that with the addition of Red Light, cells have a higher rate of regeneration, allowing for accelerated recovery [in the studies case, from Thrombocytopenia.]

Red Light Therapy also prevents mitochondrial injury or stress, therefore allowing for the cells to mature [as opposed to dying off] whilst doubling the generation of new cells.

All of these benefits help overcome cell injury to beat infection and/or inflammation quicker.

And it’s not just our every day immunity that can be helped, but Autoimmune diseases have shown positive results from RLT studies with less cell depletion/death during the case study.

Overall, the data indicates that RLT may be an effective treatment that not only targets the immune response, but also offers the neuroprotection lacking with current treatment strategies.

So, if you are looking to give your immune system a helping hand, particularly during this pandemic, then Red Light Therapy is for you. It’s safe, drug free, donor-dependent, and can be done in the comfort of your very own home – your own bed even!

RLT should work alongside a healthy, balanced diet, and an active lifestyle to boost the immune system and not in replace of, for more ways to boost your immune system whilst at home check out this article: https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/how-to-boost-your-immune-system

*To read the studies in full:

Thrombocytenia: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27464749

Autoimmune Disease: https://spie.org/news/5900-light-therapy-to-treat-autoimmune-disease?SSO=1

 

Red Light Therapy For Brain Health (Slow Progression of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease)

Recent studies have now found that redlight therapy may significantly slow the progression of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

Red and near-infrared light have been shown to:

· Benefit cognitive performance and memory

· Improved mitochondrial function of brain cells

· Have a protective effect on neurons

· Improve cellular repair of neurons

· Increase brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and nerve growth factor (NGF)

· Decrease brain inflammation (decreased pro-inflammatory cytokines and increased anti-inflammatory cytokines)

 

 

Benefits

· Increased radiance (the “photo-therapy glow”)

· Firms aged and tired skin

· Smoothes and reduces wrinkles

· Reduces inflammation in skin conditions such as acne

· Reduces the appearance of scars and stretch marks

· More consistent skin coloration and complexion

· Increases moisture retention

· Increases circulation (due to the increased formation of new capillaries)

· Promotes collagen production for plumper, more youthful looking skin

· Increases oxygenation and restoration of skin’s natural cellular activity, which keeps skin renewed and fresh

· Lightens age spots, under-eye circles

· Reduces pore size

 

Recommended Exposure Frequency

Standard exposure time per session is 15 minutes.  The more time you spend in the bed, the better the results will be.


  •  Weeks 1 –4:      3  - 5 sessions per week 
  • Weeks 4—12:    2 - 3 times per week

  •  Weeks 12+:   1 - 2 times per week as needed for maintenance


Common Questions

Does the red light bed tan?
No.  The red light therapy lamps  do not transmit any UV light.

Can I use the red light bed the same day I tan?  Should I use it before or after tanning?
Yes, you may use the red light therapy bed the same day you tan.  In fact, it is recommended that it be used before tanning, since the red light therapy brings blood to the surface of your skin and produces a better tan through increased oxidation of melanin.  However, use the Ultra Concentrated EVO Post Therapy Serum and Lotion AFTER you tan!

Is there a minimum age requirement?
There is no legal requirement, however, parental guidance is suggested for younger individuals.

Do I need to wear protective eye wear?
Due to the intensity of the lamps, special eye protection is required.

How soon will I notice results?
Changes occur naturally over a period of weeks.  Best results are noticed after 3 weeks following the recommended exposure schedule.

 
Single Session $6.00
Package of 10 -   $44.99 Package of 20 -   $79.90      
Some Restrictions Apply!

See Salon For Details Disclaimer: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or ailments. Your actual results and experience may vary from those described herein. The information provided herein is not intended to substitute for advice from your physician or health professionals. You should always consult with your doctor if you have any questions or concerns prior to using such devices for the indications stated.