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Red Light Therapy, also known as low-level light therapy or photobiomodulation, is a non-invasive treatment that utilizes specific wavelengths of red and near-infrared light to stimulate healing, reduce pain, and improve overall well-being. Over the years, this therapy has gained significant attention for its numerous benefits in various fields, including dermatology, pain management, and mental health.
Red light therapy may seem like the latest health trend, but it has actually been around for quite some time. NASA scientists originally developed this technology to help plants grow in space. They noticed that the red light emitted by LEDs had a positive effect on cell regeneration and healing. Since then, red light therapy has made its way into the world of beauty, fitness, and overall well-being.
When red and near-infrared light wavelengths penetrate your skin, they are absorbed by your cells, specifically the mitochondria. This stimulates the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is like the energy currency of your cells. With more ATP, your cells can work more efficiently, promoting various beneficial effects throughout your body.
After the procedure, there is a significant slowing of the aging process, hair growth, wound healing, pain relief, acne reduction, collagen production, and brain/neurological function improvement.
Approximately 75-90% of patients report a positive effect of red rays on fine lines and wrinkles. Also, if you use it 3 times a week, the skin color improves. This therapy helps cellular health up to 273%. It also promotes cell recovery and regeneration.
Photomodulation can reduce inflammation, pain, swelling, and more. In the case of arthritis, the effect reaches 87%. Regular photomodulation can help the skin produce collagen and rejuvenate. Over time, it can also reduce wrinkles and age spots, as well as revitalize sagging skin.
Studies conducted on athletes have shown that photomodulation reduces recovery time between workouts by up to 22%, and muscle soreness decreases by up to 45% in the case of vigorous physical activity.
Over 90% of patients report reduced acne when combined with other traditional treatments such as topical ointments and oral medications.
If the red lights are applied directly to the scalp 2-3 times a week, patients report cessation of hair loss, increased hair growth, and hair growth of 30% or more.
Each session lasts 5-20 minutes, 2-3 times a week.
The result is achieved in 6-8 weeks in case of consistent use.
To maintain the effect, sessions may be continued 1-2 times weekly.