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I actually recommended this to my dad for this sole purpose. I am glad that a lot is also agreeing with me that older generation need it more especially now that there’s virus.November 17, 2020 at 1:54 pm in reply to: Is infrared light good for my kid who is very sport active? #1741
good news guys! I have actually convinced my dad to try RLT and if he does not like it I will refund him the money he purchased it with lol.
There not much difference for me when it comes to my sleeping pattern. Maybe because I am not doing it the same as you guys.
wow! I think I am the only one who have a very few knowledge about RLT but I am learning a lot here <3
It depends on different factors such as: how many inches you want to lose, your area of concern, your body fat percentage, eating habits, and exercise. A normal course of treatment usually responds well in 12 sessions over 4-6 weeks. Most patients have a fat loss of anywhere from ½ an inch to 2 ½ inches per session. Adding our Whole Body Vibration Exercise enhances results. A higher body fat percentage may require more session.
yes leslesterer, it is indeed a goggles for eye protection when using the RLT lamp
Thank you for your recommendation! I hope my mom would love it too.
@Ozuna oh thank you for answering. I am just thinking if I can also get something for my mom.October 29, 2020 at 6:32 pm in reply to: Is infrared light good for my kid who is very sport active? #1167
My father might benefit from this too. I will try to ask him. Any tips how convince someone who will think it’s just a waste of money? Because for me I know that it is not. But my father would probably tell me that.October 29, 2020 at 6:21 pm in reply to: How can RLT improve eyesight when eyes are to be covered #1166
Has anyone tried the SAD Bright Light therapy mentioned above? I am considering trying it.
Here’s what my goggles looks like. I do not normally use this.