Posted on Feb 22, 2021, 9 p.m.
Red light therapy specialist website, HealingBits, has launched a new report detailing the suggested health benefits of red light therapy, including hair loss reversal, anti-aging, acne, wound healing, increased energy levels, reduced inflammation, improved joint health, and better sleep.
Red light therapy specialist website, HealingBits, has launched a new report detailing the health benefits of red light therapy, including hair loss reversal, anti-aging, acne, wound healing, pain relief and fat loss.
HealingBits, a website specializing in red light therapy, has launched a new report detailing the health benefits of red light therapy devices. The report discusses what red light therapy is, how it can be used, and how this therapy affects the body.
Visible light is a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum. The spectrum covers everything from gamma rays, x-rays, visible light, infrared, microwave, and radio waves. Each part of the spectrum, including the different colors of visible light, have different wavelengths (the space between each wave).
The new report by HealingBits describes the effects that different wavelengths of light have on the human body. With longer wavelengths, red light (visible to the human eye) and near-infrared light (non-visible to the human eye) have been shown to penetrate deeper below the skin surface.
The deeper penetration of both red and near-infrared light are now being explored for their potential health benefits and red light therapy devices have already been approved by the FDA for several purposes.
The report also covers conditions for which red light therapy devices have been approved, which include hair loss reversal, anti-aging, acne, wound healing, pain relief and fat loss.
In addition to the areas mentioned above, there is an increasing body of evidence that suggests red light therapy may also aid in increased energy levels, reduced inflammation, muscle recovery, improving joint health and providing better sleep.
In relation to skin, the new report discusses how red light therapy can improve skin texture and tone, reduce fine lines and promote collagen production, which in turn improves the condition of skin and hair.
In recent years, blue light has been shown to have an adverse effect on circadian rhythms and sleep cycles. Many devices used today emit unnatural levels of blue-light. This results in changes to the body’s natural cycle, studies showing a connection between blue light and reduced levels of the sleep hormone, melatonin.
The new report discusses how red light therapy can counteract the effects of blue light and restore natural sleep rhythms, as well as the various devices, and sizes available.
Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.
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