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There will be different opinions and advice that you will get from this forum some based on their experiences and some based on the researches they have done and also following. But it is all up to you. To what you think you are more comfortable.November 15, 2020 at 12:22 pm in reply to: How can RLT improve eyesight when eyes are to be covered #1660
@GeoLad I am also wearing glasses but when I am using my RLT it is positioned at my back while I am working so I guess that’s one of the reasons I am not using goggles because I am not directly glaring at the light.
@kimmy123 U used to have that kind of lamp. The only issue about that lamp is, it is not right for me as it is too big. I would rather use the NIR light sauna that RubyLux just got out.
Great to see that both men and women are enjoying red light therapy. Goes to show that it is not only for one sex and will work differently to one another.
I Agree with what @Marianne said on the first page of this thread. And as per reading, she took that advice. It is great to know that both of you are looking after each other’s back still. I hope she gets a healthy and beautiful baby just like her.
I have been reading this thread and gave me an idea of what kind of gifts I will get my family for Christmas Eve’s party. They might like it too. Some of my folks are already old so I guess they will lol.
@mhariedive yes it can boost your immune system that’s why professionals are using it to help cure coronavirus. Also based on studies, it helps the lungs (which is the main organ being affected by the virus) to perform better. There is no concrete evidence yet if it can be used as a stand alone cure but based on the results that they got it does help with overall recovery of the patients.
I just found out the meaning of SAD and I am sorry to hear that you are suffering this kind of feeling. If you do not mind me asking, when did you start feeling the SAD?
actually, I just found a very timely and useful article for this thread. PHOTOBIOMODULATION (LASER THERAPY) & IMMUNE FUNCTION
it’s an article by Dr. Phil Harrington
“Previous studies show that PBM improves the immune system. In consequence, we suggest taking special attention to the superoxide dismutase (SOD) synthesis increment as a result of this therapy and to evaluate if transdermal PBM could control the cytokine storm that may occur in patients with COVID-19.”November 2, 2020 at 3:33 pm in reply to: What is PBM and how does it affect my general health? #1200
rafraf Thanks for sharing that. I see, it is also considered as low-level light.
Red therapy and infrared sauna can provide a one-two combo. When comparing the two you need to think about the user’s exercise/lifestyle habit. Most people indulge in more than one activity, be it yoga and running, lifting and swimming, or whatever you have time for. Red light therapy has been shown to promote healing and reduce inflammation and pain symptoms, potentially shortening your recovery time. Infrared sauna sessions will simulate the heart-pumping, blood circulating endorphin rush you crave while also potentially helping you sweat our toxins.November 2, 2020 at 1:16 pm in reply to: Does Rubylux near-infrared bulb emit UV radiation.. #1189
I tried some NIR bulbs before I tried RubyLux, and I say that I am more impressed with what RubyLux’s doing to me than the other brands I used before.
To answer your questions, I’d first (and always) recommend asking your dermatologist. He/She is the best person to diagnose your skin type and condition.
Many factors contribute to the formation of acne. Learning what could be the cause of your acne breakouts allows you to take the proper prescriptive medications with the right active ingredients. Also, your dermatologist can put you on the right skin care routine based solely on your skin type. Sometimes with acne medication (and other products), you may have to adjust the methodology. Application of skincare products and the recommendations you receive can vary a great deal from one person to another.
Blue light therapy is the type of light therapy most commonly used to address acne breakouts. The wavelength of blue light has an antimicrobial effect, making it effective at killing several types of bacteria that can collect in your pores and oil glands and cause breakouts. In addition to that, visible red LED light (wavelength range of 400 – 700 nanometers) therapy is a gentle and effective way of healing and rejuvenating your skin, also known as photomodulation.
Studies have shown that concentrated red light (no UV light is involved here) is absorbed by cell mitochondria and stimulates production of collagen – the building block of your skin structure.
The heat and light boost blood circulation, bringing more blood and nutrients to your skin. So it is still up to you what you gonna choose between the two, it’ll both help you.September 28, 2020 at 7:06 pm in reply to: I am setting up a sauna for my family, I've got a couple of questions, please.. #737
How far do you think should the lights be best for the NIR lights panel for the sauna? I mean how many panels/bulbs should I use and how far should it be set upped from the people using the sauna?